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Here Is The Full Text Of The Final Republican Tax Bill

Update: in addition to the previously leaked highlights (see below), Republicans on Friday evening released the final version of their legislation to slash tax rates for corporations and individuals. The 1,097 page document, containing the bill and an explanatory statement, was crafted by the House-Senate conference committee. The bill is expected to come up for […]


Full Tax Bill Highlights Leaked

Here are the full policy highlights of the Republicans' Tax Cuts & Jobs Act… Policy Highlights The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) overhauls America’s tax code to deliver historic tax relief for workers, families and job creators, and revitalize our nation’s economy. By lowering taxes across the board, eliminating costly special-interest tax breaks, […]


Frontrunning: November 21

U.S. sues to stop AT&T buying Time Warner, says would hike rates (Reuters) Merkel Tells Her Rivals: Back Me or Face Voters (BBG) German Turmoil Threatens Europe (WSJ) European Giants Are Making a Bad Month Worse for Stock Market (BBG) Taylor Swift Is Building a Wall (VF) Balance of Power: Putin Reaches for Prize with […]


The 4 Factors Driving Next Year’s Oil Markets

Authored by Stratus Advisors, via OilPrice.com, With earnings season in full swing, we thought it helpful to outline what we are looking for in oil and gas production and refining company statements and earnings calls. Several key topics will dominate oil markets next year, and how companies are thinking about those topics now will likely […]


US Economy Unexpectedly Grew At 3.0% In Q3 As BEA Ignores Impact Of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma

In the immediate aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Wall Street quickly trimmed its Q3 GDP forecasts from 3.0% to the low/mid 1% range, expecting a substantial, if brief, adverse impact on US growth from the storm devastation. However, moments ago the BEA surprised everyone when it reported that in its first estimate of third […]


Producer Prices Surge At Fastest Rate In Over 5 Years (Thanks To Hurricane Harvey)

Great news America – your standard of living just dropped little more as producer prices rose by 2.6% YoY in September, the fastest rate of increase since Feb 2012 – driven by a surge in energy prices. Some highlights: Final demand producer prices rose 0.4% in September (as expected) Final demand ex food, energy rose […]


Yes, The US Government Has Experimented With Controlling Hurricanes

Authored by Derrick Broze via TheAntiMedia.org, The 2017 hurricane season has wrought more damage on the Caribbean and the Gulf Coast of the United States than any season in the last decade. Tropical Storm Harvey smashed into the Gulf, temporarily swallowing Houston and other low lying areas. Meanwhile, Hurricane Irma caused millions of dollars in […]


The US Government Has Experimented With Controlling Hurricanes

Authored by Derrick Broze via TheAntiMedia.org, The 2017 hurricane season has wrought more damage on the Caribbean and the Gulf Coast of the United States than any season in the last decade. Tropical Storm Harvey smashed into the Gulf, temporarily swallowing Houston and other low lying areas. Meanwhile, Hurricane Irma caused millions of dollars in […]


Tropical Storm Nate Forms In Caribbean, Threatens Gulf Coast Landfall As Hurricane By Weekend

With just weeks having passed since Hurricane Harvey demolished southern Texas, Hurricane Irma devastated the Florida Keys and Hurricane Maria wiped out Puerto Rico, a new storm, Tropical Storm Nate, has just formed in the Southern Caribbean and looks set to strengthen to a hurricane just before making landfall in the Gulf this weekend.  As […]


ExxonMobil Dethroned As World’s Top Energy Company

Authored by Nick Cunningham via OilPrice.com, Gazprom dethroned ExxonMobil as the top energy company in the world, according to the 2017 S&P Global Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings. The rankings measure the financial performance of energy firms on four key metrics: asset worth, revenues, profits, and return on invested capital. The list only […]


FEMA Director Urges Americans To Develop “A True Culture Of Preparedness” But No One Is Listening

Authord by Daisy Luther via The Organic Prepper blog, It looks like preppers aren’t that crazy after all. FEMA’s new director, Brock Long, has repeatedly said that Americans do not have a “culture of preparedness,” something that is much-needed with the startling uptick in natural disasters. Long has only been the director of FEMA since […]


WTI/RBOB Sink After Surprise Gasoline Build, Crude Production Rise

Amid record crude exports, DOE reported a surprise draw for crude inventories and surprise build for gasoline inventories which along with another rise in crude production sent both WTI and RBOB lower in the initial market reaction.   DOE Crude -1.85mm (+3.1mm exp) Cushing +1.18mm (+750k exp) Gasoline +1.1mm (-1.1mm exp) Distillates -814k (-2.05mm exp) […]


WTI/RBOB Drop After Smaller-Than-Expected Gasoline Draw, Big Crude Production Rebound

API data (smaller than expected build) and a weaker dollar have supported WTI overnight but as the DOE data hits, we are reminded that the impact from hurricane season lingers. WTI/RBOB prices kneejerked lower after DOE reported a bigger than expected crude build and a gasoline draw that was considerably smaller than API's reports. Crude […]


Pension Storm Coming: “This Will Become One Of The Most Heated Battles Of My Lifetime”

By John Mauldin from Mauldin economics This time is different are the four most dangerous words any economist or money manager can utter. We learn new things and invent new technologies. Players come and go. But in the big picture, this time is usually not fundamentally different, because fallible humans are still in charge. (Ken […]


August Industrial Production Crashes Most Since May 2009 – Harvey Scapegoated

Amid a collapse in US auto sales (and slumping retail sales), August Industrial Production collapsed 0.9% MoM. This is the biggest monthly drop since May 2009! Industrial production declined 0.9 percent in August following six consecutive monthly gains.   Annual IP growth also staggered to 6 month lows.. The Fed has its excuse for the […]