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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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Goldman Goes "Lehman Weekend" On Oil: Expects Chaos When Trading Reopens
Exactly 11 years to the day traders organized an emergency impromptu CDS unwind session ahead of Lehman's shocking bankruptcy filing, major banks are now preparing for similar Sunday chaos in the crude oil market.
Could Be "Weeks" Before Aramco Restores Full Production Capacity As Specter Of $100 Oil Looms
What will Monday bring? Upon market opening there's widespread prediction oil will rally by $5 to $10 per barrel, and eventually hit $100 per barrel — the latter alarming scenario dependent on how slow or fast the facilities can be brought online.
Big Short's Steve Eisman: "I Have My Doubts" The Fed Can Stave Off A Global Recession
Steve Eisman, of "The Big Short" fame, appeared on Bloomberg TV to discuss if the current global industrial downturn will lead to a global recession, and if central banks can save the global economy from sliding into another period of contraction.
Retail Carnage Continues: Forever 21 Bankruptcy Expected By Sunday
The collapse of the brick and mortar retail space is continuing at a breakneck pace in 2019. The latest victim, Forever 21, is expected to file for bankruptcy as soon as Sunday, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The Risk Of A Strike At GM Just Hit A 12 Year High At The Worst Possible Time
The global auto industry is undoubtedly in the midst of a worldwide recession.
WeWork Valuation Crashes From $47 Billion To As Low As $10 Billion
The We Company's underwriters must be having serious trouble securing orders for WeWork's planned IPO.
Import/Export Prices Tumble For 4th Month In A Row
So much for the trade war-driven inflation that anti-Trump-ers have screamed about, both import and export prices in August declined more than expected, extending their annual declines to a fourth straight month.
Beijing Exempts US Pork, Soybeans From Trade-War Tariffs
Beijing will allow Chinese businesses to purchase a "certain amount of farm products such as soybeans and pork" from the US, according to Xinhua.
US Budget Deficit Hits $1 Trillion With One More Month Left In The Fiscal Year
The fiscal year that started on Oct 1, 2018, is now in its final month, and yet according to the US Treasury, in the first 11 months of the fiscal year, the US Treasury has already accumulated a more than $1 trillion budget deficit.
Tailing 30Y Auction Prices At Lowest Yield In 3 Years
Overall, a mediocre auction which however served to push the curve to session wides, with the 10Y knocking on 1.80%'s door at last check, as numerous funds are caught nursing a very painful VaR shock hangover.
Draghi Shoots A Dud - Euro, Bunds Reverse All ECB Moves
For a few brief minutes, it was all going Draghi's way.
Core Consumer Prices Surge At Fastest Rate Since 2008
After a hotter-than-expected producer price print yesterday, consumer prices were more mixed with headline CPI rising less than expected and core CPI rising more than expected.
US Surpasses Saudi Arabia, Russia To Become World's Top Oil Exporter
The US has once again surpassed Saudi Arabia and Russia to reclaim the No. 1 spot as the world's largest oil exporter, according to data from the International Energy Agency.
10Y Auction Disappoints Despite Growing Short Base, Solid Internals
Overall, this was a disappointing, if hardly poor, 10Y reopening, with solid internal demand if one ignores the relatively weak headline performance.
Oil Prices Plunge After Trump-Iran Sanctions Headlines
WTI crude was sliding after mixed inventory data, but accelerated the losses, breaking below yesterday's lows, after headlines suggesting Bolton was fired after disagreeing with Trump's desire to ease Iran sanctions.
Hong Kong Exchange Offers To Buy LSE For $40 Billion
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, the third-largest stock-exchange group in Asia, has offered to buy the London Stock Exchange for £20.45 a share in cash and 2.495 newly issued HKEX shares.
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