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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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Mattel Halted After Plunging 15% As Company Unexpectedly Slashes Guidance
What is peculiar is that Mattel soared just last week, when it reported results that beat estimates on both the top and bottom lines.
US Import, Export Prices Tumble As China Exports Most Deflation Since 2007
Both import and export prices indices tumbled more than expected into deflationary territory.
Fed's Balance Sheet To Shrink By Whopping $43.5Bn Today
While stocks today are soaring higher on deteriorating economic data and "trade talk" optimism, keep a close eye on market action in the last two hours of trading when today's liquidity event is set to come to a head.
European Banks Jump, Euro Tumbles As ECB Hints New TLTRO Is Possible
ECB's Coeure (neutral) confirms that the economic slowdown is stronger and broader than what they expected, warning that the inflation path will be shallower, and adding that a new TLTRO is possible and the ECB are currently discussing it.
Stocks Stumble After Retail Rout, Coke Collapse, Bezos Bombshell, & Trade Turmoil
US Futures show the day's chaos - standard overnight drift higher, then a punch in the face by US retail sales, followed by headlines on China trade being "deadlocked", stocks puked into the open only to be rescued by Larry Kudlow.
Q4 GDP Estimates Crashing Down After Disastrous Retail Sales
Why such a dramatic cut? Because apparently nobody could possibly expect retail sales to plunge so much.
Airbus Shares Soar As Company Ends Production Of A380 Superjumbo
The decision to end production was made after Emirates reduced its latest order, saying it would accept delivery of only 14 more A380s over the next two years.
Recession Alert: Treasury Receipts Turn Negative For The First Time Since The Trump Election
On the surface, today's monthly budget statement showed some good news: in December the US Treasury brought in total receipts of $313 billion, versus outlays of only $326 billion, resulting in a deficit of $14 billion.
Why S&P Bulls Should Worry As The Baltic Dry Collapse Nears Worst On Record
Despite global stock markets soaring, global freight indices have been more-than-seasonally weak so far in 2019 with the Baltic Dry Index in particular crashing.
WTI Holds Gains Despite Bigger Than Expected Crude Build
WTI has extended gains, pushing back above $54, following last night's surprise crude draw reported by API and Saudi Arabia pledged to deepen production cuts.
Spanish Stocks Slide, Yields Climb, As Budget Rejected; New Elections Expected
The IBEX edged lower after the bill was defeated, as political uncertainty weighed on Spanish stocks. Meanwhile, the 10-year risk premium over German debt widened by more than 100 basis points.
US National Debt Tops $22 Trillion
The US Treasury reported that total US debt has risen above $22 trillion for the first time, or $22,012,840,891,685.32 to be precise (11 months after topping $21 trillion).
WTI Extends Gains After Surprise Crude Inventory Draw
Oil prices rebounded from a two-week low Tuesday as Saudi Arabia pledged to deepen production cuts and U.S. President Donald Trump said he could extend a deadline for new tariffs on China.
Brace For A Plunge In Retail Sales
When the Census Bureau releases retail sales data on Valentine's Day, it will be the first time in two months that markets have gotten an update on the state of US retail spending.
US, EU To Slap New Sanctions On Russia
News of the latest sanctions hit Russian ETFs such as the RSX, while the USDRUB spiked to session highs, jumping from 65.55 to 66.20 before retracing some gains.
Market Convinced Jaguar Bankruptcy Only Matter Of Time
Another iconic automaker is approaching dire financial straits: Jaguar Land Rover. Over the past year, CDS on Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC has soared from just 150bps to 900 bps.
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