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Tyler Durden (pseudonym) is thelead writer at ZeroHedge. Tyler represents the idea that a return to truly efficient markets is a possibility and a necessity. After having experienced the inner workings of capitalism at various asset managers and advisors, Tyler believes that the current model is ...more


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Planned Layoffs Are Up Fourfold So Far This Year
The market may be celebrating a great jobs report, but we found some more pessimistic info.
Futures Jump After Senate Passes Debt Deal, China Plans New Stimulus Package
US Futures extended yesterday’s rally after the Senate passed a bill late on Thursday to raise the debt ceiling and prevent a US default.
Bank Bailout Facility Usage Hits New Record High As Money-Market Fund Inflows Soared Again Last Week
Institutional funds saw $19.77 billion in inflows while retail funds added around $12 billion.
Jobless Claims Data Hovers Near 18-Month High, Ignores Soaring Layoffs
232k Americans filed for jobless benefits for the first time last week, very modestly higher than the 230k print the prior week (but below the 235k exp).
Beige Book Shows U.S. Economy Turning More Sluggish
Four Fed districts reported small increases in activity, six no change, and two slight to moderate declines.
US Job Openings Unexpectedly Soar Above Highest Estimate Even As Number Of Quits Tumble
According to the BLS, the biggest increase in job openings was in retail trade (+209,000); health care and social assistance (+185,000); and transportation, warehousing, and utilities (+154,000).
Nvidia Joins The Trillion Dollar Club - Will It Last?
Chipmaker Nvidia is now worth nearly as much as Amazon.
US Corporations Are Filing For Bankruptcy At The Fastest Pace Since 2010
One would not know it from looking at the S&P, which just hit a 2023 high, but there is a bit of a bankruptcy crisis sweeping the US, where companies are filing for bankruptcy at the fastest pace in 13 years.
Futures Rise On Optimism Of Imminent Debt Deal
S&P futures are 0.2% higher, rising to 4,169 and undoing the drop from the previous two days, while Nasdaq futures are up 0.4% amid continued AI-bubble euphoria.
US Futures Jump Led By Record-Breaking Surge In Nvidia
US equity futures are higher led by tech names after blowout earnings reported by Nvidia - which as Goldman reminds us "is now #5 weight in the S&P and the poster child for “AI” Euphoria + momentum".
Tech Layoff Mania Sparks 200,000 Job Cuts As New Grads Pursue Careers On Wall Street
One month ago, we cited a job recruiter who was asked if the tech layoff cycle was over. Her response was, "We are definitely not done yet."
5-Year Auction Second Best On Record Thanks To Painful Short Squeeze, Near Record Foreign Bid
Ahead of today's 5-year auction, we pointed out the massive short overhang in the tenor which would most likely lead to a painful squeeze. That's precisely what happened, as demand for today's auction was off the charts.
WTI Extends Gains After Huge Crude Draw, 8th Straight Week Of SPR Drains
Oil prices are extending gains from yesterday after API's reported big crude and gasoline draws which supported earlier gains from comments by the Saudi oil minister.
Futures Slide, European Stocks Tumble On Barrage Of Global Bad News
US equity futures drift drift lower for the second day following a deluge of bad news across global markets driving European stocks to their biggest drop in 2 months, pushing copper below $8,000 and snuffing out this year’s gains in China equities.
WTI Extends Saudi-Driven Gains After Big Surprise Crude, Gasoline Draws
Oil prices ended higher on the day as comments from the Saudi Energy Minister dominated weakness in PMIs and debt ceiling doubts in the US.
ETF Put Open Interest Hits Record High, Surpassing August 2011 Debt Ceiling Crisis Total
The combined put open interest across major equity ETFs stands at 41 million contracts as of last data count.
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