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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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Lira Slides As Trump Warns "Big Sanctions On Turkey Coming!"
The lira tumbled Monday morning as President Trump, in a series of tweets, let it be known that Washington is preparing "Big Sanctions" on Turkey.
Crypto Nightmare: 97% Of South Korean Exchanges Are At Risk Of Going Bankrupt
South Korean regulators have launched strict rules for cryptocurrency startups and crypto traders, and this has forced many Koreans to list and or trade on foreign exchanges.
SoftBank To Take Control Of WeWork With Multibillion Bailout Loan
WeWork is now effectively insolvent and more financing will be a DIP loan.
Central Bank Issues Stunning Warning: "If The Entire System Collapses, Gold Will Be Needed To Start Over"
An article published by the Dutch Central Bank, has shocked many with its claim that "if the entire system collapses, the gold stock provides a collateral to start over."
Retail Investors Are Acting As If A Financial Crisis Is Just Around The Corner
Retail investors are acting as if a financial crisis is just around the corner. A recent report by Bank of America found that retail investors haven't been this bearish since the collapse of Lehman.
Visualizing The Rise And Fall Of Social Media Platforms
A look back at the rise and fall of social media platforms – and possibly a glimpse at the future of social media as well.
It's All About The December Tariffs Now: "These Negotiations Look Much More Difficult Than Phase 1"
"Phase 1" of the US-China trade deal, is rather underwhelming: the tariff increase scheduled to take effect October 15 (from 25% to 30% on $250 billion of imports) has been suspended, in return for more Chinese purchases of US agricultural goods.
After Unveiling 'NotQE', Fed Eases Liquidity Rules For Foreign Banks (Rescues Deutsche)
It cannot afford another Lehman-like move (or even the fear of one).
Lawsuit Says 'Fortnite' Intentionally Designed To Be As Addictive As Cocaine, Ruin Lives
The game creators are accused of enlisting the help of “psychologists to help make the game addictive.”
After Overnight Chaos, Trump Trade Tweet Sparks Stock Buying-Panic
A flurry of tweets sent US equity markets flying overnigh,t but when Trump talked of meeting Liu He in The Oval Office, markets got very excited.
Goldman Expects QE4 To Start With A Bang: The Fed Will Buy $60Bn Monthly For 4 Months
According to Goldman, the monthly purchases in T-bills and short coupons required to achieve the level shift, trend balance sheet growth, and MBS reinvestment purchases would likely be around $66bn (with $6bn from MBS reinvestments).
PG&E Plunges Most Since Chapter 11 Filing After Losing Bankruptcy Exclusivity
Things are getting scary for customers of California's biggest - and bankrupt - utility, PG&E.
Stocks, Yuan, Bond Yields Spike On Trump China Tweet
It would appear the algos are alive and well after all.
For The First Time Ever, Greece Issues Negative Yielding Debt
A sale of €487.5 million of 13-week bills on Wednesday drew Greece's first-ever negative yield of minus 0.02% as investors now pay Athens for the privilege of lending it cash.
FOMC Minutes Signal Governors Divided Over When To End Policy-Easing
Having cut rates (as expected) and suffered dissents (2 hawkish, 1 dovish) at the September FOMC meeting, things have not gone exactly as planned for Mr. Powell and his pals.
WeWork Competitors Are Dancing On Its Grave After Historic IPO Collapse
The WeWork fairy tale has obviously come to an end for the time being, as the company was forced to pull its IPO.
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