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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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US Bankruptcies Are Already At 10-Year High As Pandemic Takes Its Toll
The damage to the economy is deep and will likely have long-lasting impacts even when the pandemic is in the rearview mirror.. Bankruptcies are already on track for a 10-year high.
China Now Has More Companies In The Fortune 500 Than The US
The cold war between the US, the world's largest economy, and China, the second-largest but fastest-growing is just starting.
Electronics Spending Sends US Retail Sales Soaring
After a 7.5% MoM surge in June (which came after the 18.2% spike from the depths in May, July headline retail sales rose only 1.2% MoM (notably below the +2.1% expectation), which leaves US retail spending up 2.7% YoY.
Ford Is Slashing 10,000 Positions And Closing 6 Factories In Europe
The auto industry continues to grapple with one of the worst recessions ever for the notoriously capital intensive sector.
Saliva Test For COVID-19 With "Less Than 1 Second" Results Enters Trial Phase In Israel
Sure to be welcome news for those eager to return to work and school, an Israeli hospital is hosting clinical trials for a new "instant" test which utilizes saliva, instead of the more invasive and uncomfortable deep nasal swab.
As Shares Soar, SoftBank Pumps Another $1.1BN Into WeWork
Somehow, thanks to the global crush of liquidity and a broad-based rally in tech SoftBank Group's shares are riding high, making Paul Singer and Elliott look like activist geniuses once again.
In Transformational Shift, The BOJ Gives Up On Negative Rates As It Now Pays Banks To Lend
After more than half a decade of disastrous monetary policy, the Bank of Japan has come up with an "ingenious" new plan to flood the system with liquidity.
Apple Launches Unprecedented Second Bond Offering To Fund Billions In Buyback: How Much Will The Fed Buy
Like all of Apple’s prior bond sales, the company will use the proceeds almost exclusively to buy back stock and to a lesser extent, pay dividends, similar to its tech peers who lead the market in bond buybacks in the past three months.
Mnuchin Begs For Coins Amid Shortage; Avoid Depositing These Pennies
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin urged his Twitter followers on Tuesday to swap out their spare coins for cash at banks amid a continuing nationwide coin shortage that appears to be worsening.
S&P Jumps Above Record High After $9 Trillion Global Liquidity Tsunami
​$9 trillion in additional global liquidity (from $79 to almost $88 trillion since the March lows). These charts say it all...
Budget Deficit Hits Record As U.S. Spends 100% More Than It Collects YTD
According to the Treasury, in July, government outlays were $626.5 billion, an increase of 68.8% Y/Y from the $371 billion spent last July if 43% below the record June outlays of $1.1 trillion.
Blistering Demand For Record Big 10Y Auction
The record refunding week's most-watched auction was, of course, today's sale of a record amount of 10Y paper, and at some $38BN for sale, we do mean record.
WTI Rebounds Above Key Technical Level As Big Crude Draw Trumps OPEC Demand Downgrade
WTI continues its rebound from yesterday's flush lower, pushing back above the 200DMA once again this morning...
There Are Now Less Than 3,000 US Listed Companies And Over 7,000 Global ETFs
ETFs used to be touted as a great way to gain exposure to the stock market. But now, thanks to fee-hungry issuers, the tail is wagging the dog and ETFs are the stock market.
WTI 'Off The Lows' After Bigger Than Expected Crude Draw
Despite an early bounce on vaccine headlines, WTI reversed lower (again) at a key technical level (200DMA).
Record Big 3Y Auction Prices At Record Low Yield, Despite Unexpected Tail
Overall, a stellar auction despite the modest tail and a tremendous start to a record large refunding week.
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