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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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China Buys US Corn, Soybean; Trade Deal Commitments Far From Satisfied
China's purchases of US farm goods since the trade deal was signed in mid-January has been underwhelming.
US Auto Sales Plunged In Q2 With GM, Toyota, & Fiat Suffering 30% Drops In Sales
U.S. vehicle sales for the major manufacturers were all slaughtered in the second quarter of 2020 as the U.S. deals with the brunt of the economic impact from Covid-19.
Moderna Tumbles On Report Of Delayed COVID Vaccine Trial
Moderna shares are down 7% following headlines that its virus vaccine trial has been delayed.
Where The June Jobs Were: Who Is Hiring And Who Is Firing
After two consecutive record payroll prints, the US added a whopping 7.5 million jobs in the past two months after losing a record of 20.7 million jobs in April. So who exactly was hiring, and who was firing?
USDA Crop Report Shocker Sends Corn Futures Surging
Chicago corn futures surged 8% in the last two sessions after a massive reduction to the U.S. government's acreage estimate, reported Reuters.
June Payrolls Preview: It Could Go Either Way
Ahead of tomorrow's June non-farm payrolls, consensus expects an increase of 3.1 million jobs, however with great uncertainty across estimates.
The Best And Worst Performing Assets In June, Q2 And 2020 YTD
While the disconnect between risk assets and underlying fundamentals has never been greater as even major banks admit, here is a recap of what worked in June, in Q2 and 2020 YTD.
FOMC Minutes Suggest Fed Will Keep Buying Bonds "For Many Years", Shuns Yield Curve Control
Today's Minutes are not expected to produce any market-moving comments but Fed-watchers will be listening for discussions of negative rates and yield curve control, and any fears of excess valuations (as noted in The Fed's semi-annual outlook).
Hedge Fund Liquidations Soar To Highest Level Since 2015
Even before the pandemic, hedge funds suffered eight straight months of redemptions, the longest stretch since the financial crisis.
Sweden Expands QE By 66%
With central banks having officially taken over capital markets, they are finding it impossible to not only walk away but to even slow down the rate of intervention.
Dealmakers Keep Distance As Pandemic Crushes Global M&A To Decade Lows
Global mergers and acquisitions activity fell to its lowest levels in more than a decade in 1H20, as paralyzed dealmakers were unwilling to explore new opportunities as uncertainty plagued capital markets.
The Fed Is Now A Top 5 Holder Of The Biggest Corporate Bond ETFs
The Fed now owns a $6.8 billion market value in corporate bond ETF, of which LQD, VCSH, VCIT, and IGSB are the top holdings. In total, the Fed now has a stake in no less than 16 ETFs.
WTI Jumps After Biggest Crude Inventory Draw Since 2019
After two weekly surprise builds in a row, US crude stocks saw a major draw of over 8mm barrels - the most since 2019.
Spoos Explode Higher On Massive Buy Imbalance To End The Quarter
The liquidity vacuum has become a favorite instrument for enterprising traders to take advantage of, as they can whip the market around at will, as they just did today.
Gold Smashes Above $1800 For First Time Since 2011
Precious metals are bid this morning with Gold futures surging above $1800 for the first time since Nov 2011.
Fed Chair Powell Says "Full Recovery Unlikely Until People Feel Safe"
Fed Chair Jay Powell has released his prepared remarks for his testimony before the House Financial Services Committee tomorrow (with U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin).
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