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Tyler Durden (pseudonym) is the lead writer at ZeroHedge.  Tyler represents the idea that a return to truly efficient markets is a possibility and a necessity.

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Stocks Suffer Most Since Xmas Eve As 'Big Trouble' In China Spreads
US markets were weak overnight after dismal China data (worst annual GDP growth in 28 years) and trade talks headlines.
US Rejects Chinese Offer For Preparatory Trade Talks; Stocks Slide
Dow futures are down over 400 points, accelerating losses on the trade headlines.
Dow Dumps 300Pts, Stocks Erase Friday 'Trade-Hope' Gains
US equity markets have been a one-way trade lower since the open, erasing all of Friday's gains as China macro disappointed and trade-deal headlines spooked investors.
What Happens When The Fed Stops Hiking
It is not the Fed tightening that is the recession catalyst. It is when the Fed begins cutting rates, sending the yield curve sharply higher. All three prior recessions followed within 3 months of the first rate cut after a hiking cycle.
Feds Prepare To Bail Out "Vast Majority" Of 90,000 Sears Pensions
Sears entered into a five-year protection plan with the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. in 2016. But Lampert's rescue offer does not include pension plans.
The Wealth Of The 12 Richest Davos Billionaires Has Increased By $175 Billion In Ten Years
According to Bloomberg, in the decade from the financial crises,vDavid Rubenstein has more than doubled his fortune. JPM CEO Jamie Dimon has more than tripled his net worth. And Stephen Schwarzman has increased his wealth six-fold.
IMF Slashes Global GDP Forecast To 3 Year Low
The IMF slashed its forecast for 2019 global GDP to just 3.5% from 3.7% as of October, its lowest forecast in three years, while warning that trade tensions pose further downside risks to global growth.
S&P Futures Slide As Trade Pessimism Returns
So far this year the market has shaken off its cast from December and is rehabilitating well.
China 2018 GDP Growth Slows To Weakest In 28 Years
China's annual GDP growth in 2018 was +6.6% - that is the weakest annual GDP growth since 1990...
Johns Hopkins, Bristol-Myers Face $1 Billion Suit
Johns Hopkins University, Bristol-Myers Squibb and the Rockefeller Foundation must face a $1 billion lawsuit over their roles in a top-secret program in the 1940s ran by the US government that injected hundreds of Guatemalans with syphilis.
According To This Leading Indicator, The World Is Now In A Recession
If one uses Global Industrial Production growth as a proxy for the global economic expansion, or contraction, the world is now almost certainly in a recession; the only question is when will economists acknowledge it.
Hedge Funds Suffer Massive $22.5 Billion In Q4 Outflows
Faced with a mountain of redemption requests, hedge funds were forced to sell their holdings into a market that had never been more illiquid, which meant hitting each and every bid and culminating with the brief, December 24th bear market.
UMich Confidence Collapses As "Hope" Crashes Most Since 2012
The University of Michigan’s preliminary January sentiment index fell to 90.7 from the prior month, missing all estimates in a Bloomberg survey of economists.
Fannie, Freddie Soar On Report They May Be Released From Government Control
Shares of Fannie rose more than 31% to $2.36 and Freddie surged nearly 25% to $2.26 just after noon. The jump was the biggest since November 30, 2016.
Stocks Surge On China-US Trade Imbalance Headlines
By increasing annual goods imports from the U.S. by a combined value of more than $1 trillion, China would seek to reduce its trade surplus - which last year stood at $323 billion - to zero by 2024.
Futures, Global Markets Surge On Renewed China Stimulus And Trade Optimism
Major European equities are firmly in the green amidst positive trade updates.
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