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Moody’s To State & Local Governments – Prepare For Climate Change Or Lose Access To Cheap Credit

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially began on June 1 and ends today, featured the highest number of major hurricanes since the 2005 season and was only the second time that two Category 5 hurricanes made landfall. However, it was by far the costliest hurricane season on record, with a preliminary total of $368.7 […]


China Regulators Seek To Calm Mania For HK Stocks As Plunge Protectors Make An Appearance

The Chinese authorities’ efforts to contain leverage and reduce risk across the nation’s financial system took another step forward overnight with the ban on approvals for mutual funds that plan to allocate more than 80% of their portfolios to Hong Kong stocks. This looks like a response to surging capital flows into the territory from […]


Lessons From The GFC – Beware The Next ‘Soft Landing’ Calls

Authored by Constantin Gurdgiev via Manning Financial, Recent months have seen a steady and growing flow of institutional investors', and market analysts', and researchers' warnings about the medium-term sustainability of the financial assets prices. Both, the IMF and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) have documented evidence on the buildup of systemic imbalances across the […]


FX Weekly Preview: EUR Darts Back To Uptrend, But Can It Last

Submitted by Shant Movsesian and Rajan Dhall MSTA of fxdailyterminal.com The key move in the FX majors last week as the upturn in EUR/USD, where the first key area of support on the downside at 1.1500-1.1625 held well to generate the move up into the mid-upper 1.1800's.  In the previous week we also asked whether […]


Connecticut Becomes Last State To Pass A Budget After 123-Day Battle

Four months after the beginning of the fiscal year, Connecticut has become the last state in the US to pass a budget after Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy signed a bipartisan budget bill, but used his line-item veto power to block a section of the nearly 900-page document related to the controversial hospital tax. The deal […]


Modi Throws $32bn At Indian State Banks – Share Prices Surge

Share prices of Indian state banks surged as the government announced it would hand over $32bn to recapitalize the sector. According to Reuters, the motivation was a bid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to tackle a major drag on the economy that has frustrated his attempts to boost growth. Once the world’s fastest-growing major economy, […]


“This Is The Craziest Mortgage Scheme I’ve Ever Seen”

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, The Great Financial Crisis happened because Wall Street was financing homes for people who couldn’t afford them. Leading up to the GFC, there was a voracious appetite from investors for “AAA”-rated mortgage debt. So lenders would make lots of loans to subprime borrowers and sell them to Wall Street. […]


Blain: “The Bond Market Has Become A Series Of Crashes Followed By Rallies”

Submitted by Bill Blain of Mint Partners Blain’s Morning Porridge – Why Bond markets are going down and Markets have no memory “And everything around her is a silver pool of light, the people who surround her feel the benefit of it. It makes you calm…” Before delving into the collapse in global bonds on […]


Connecticut Lawmakers Scramble To Close $3.5 Billion Budget Shortfall As Fiscal Crisis Worsens

Despite a series of credit-rating cuts by all three of the major ratings agencies earlier this year, Connecticut still boasts a higher rating than Illinois and New Jersey. But that could soon change. Lawmakers are squabbling over how to close a massive deficit expected to stretch to $3.5 billion over the next two years, which […]


Bond Market Bulls Embrace China Debt Downgrade

It appears credit ratings agencies simply get no respect… Four months after Moody's downgraded China to A1 from Aa3, unwittingly launching a startling surge in the Yuan as Beijing set forth to "prove" just how "stable" China truly is through its nationalized capital markets, S&P followed suit this week when the rating agency also downgraded […]


This $700 Billion Public Employee Ticking Time Bomb Is Only 6.7% Funded; Most States Are Under 1%

We’ve spent a lot of time of late discussing the inevitable public pension crisis that will eventually wreak havoc on global financial markets.  And while the scale of the public pension underfunding is unprecedented, with estimates ranging from $3 – $8 trillion, there is another taxpayer-funded retirement benefit that has been promised to union workers […]


“Somebody Goes To Jail” – Senator Says Equifax Execs Should Face Criminal Investigation

Little more than a day after Equifax disclosed that hackers had infiltrated its cybersecurity systems and “compromised” the personal data of 143 million Americans, the company was hit with its first class-action lawsuit, which alleged that the company could’ve prevented the breach if hadn’t instead opted for negligent cost-cutting. That suit, seeking $70 billion, was […]


A 1970s self-help guru’s hint why investors may be duped (again)

Contributed by Sprott Money. Click here for the original America’s top forecasters missed the 2008 market crash, during which stock investors lost half their money. Now with stocks approaching bubble territory it looks they are again ignoring warnings signs. What gives? The biggest red flag is the S&P 500 index, which groups 500 of America’s […]