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    Holger Zschaepitz
    Holger Zschaepitz

    Creating Shareholder Value: WeWork board members seek to remove Adam Neumann as CEO after a tumultuous week in which his eccentric behavior and drug use came to light and the startup delayed its much-anticipated stock-market listing.

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    Sep 22, 20:33

    Sven Henrich
    Sven Henrich

    @realDonaldTrump The consumer is fine everybody from Powell keeps on stating with unemployment at 50 year lows. Yet personal interest payments rising steeply is what we saw just prior to the last 2 recessions...

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    Sep 22, 17:47

    Sven Henrich
    Sven Henrich

    Wonder why @realDonaldTrump wants zero rates?

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    Sep 22, 17:40

    Sven Henrich
    Sven Henrich

    The greatest trick the devil ever pulled is convince people that debt doesn't matter.

    Sep 22, 17:37

    Sven Henrich
    Sven Henrich

    It's all fun and giggles until something breaks.

    Sep 22, 17:35

    Sven Henrich
    Sven Henrich

    BIS warns of Lehman-era excesses building in the global debt markets The Bank for International Settlements said the high-risk loans have climbed to $1.4 trillion and are increasingly being sliced and diced much like subprime mortgage debt before 2007.

    Sep 22, 17:34

    Sven Henrich
    Sven Henrich

    MMT, QE and negative rates. Supercharge this:

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    Sep 22, 17:33

    Sven Henrich
    Sven Henrich

    "An emerging consensus says the next downturn may need to be fought with direct and permanent injections of cash –- often called “helicopter money’’ -– and that central banks can’t deliver it alone."

    Sep 22, 17:25

    Sven Henrich
    Sven Henrich

    $DIS CEO Bob Iger on $TWTR: “I like looking at my Twitter newsfeed because I want to follow 15, 20 different subjects. Then you turn and look at your notifications and you’re immediately saying, why am I doing this? Why do I endure this pain?”

    Sep 22, 17:22

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Appreciate kind words. Always nice to get feedback from those with significant experience in our line of work. Have a great Sunday - CC

    Sep 22, 17:01

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Appreciate kind words. Enjoy your Sunday.

    Sep 22, 16:14

    Holger Zschaepitz
    Holger Zschaepitz

    With the new iPhone 11 Pro you can easily become a philosopher, thanks to 3 cameras and the free-form select function. (Photo was taken by Chris Bartz) @ Bezirk Mitte

    Sep 22, 15:45

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Aligns with Friday's theory on China and farmers. From @WSJ: "Some administration officials are wary of Beijing seeking to erode U.S. support for the trade war by making overtures to American businesses and farmers who benefit from trade with China."

    Sep 22, 15:43

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Markets, trading, and investing. Day by Day.

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    Sep 22, 14:25

    Dana Lyons
    Dana Lyons

    JLFMI Weekly Market Wrap-9/21/19 "Welcome To Fall" -

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    Sep 22, 14:25

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Markets, trading, and investing.

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    Sep 22, 13:34

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Markets, trading, and investing.

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    Sep 22, 13:32

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Markets, trading, and investing.

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    Sep 22, 13:26

    Erik Fossing Nielsen
    Erik Fossing Nielsen

    Today’ Sunday Wrap - by my colleague, Marco Valli, our chief European Economist (I’m off today on family duty). Marco discusses: The risks from the oil market and the effects on Europe. Italian budget outlook, and the latest on the political side.

    Sep 22, 12:47

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Appreciate kind words.

    Sep 22, 12:32

    Chris Ciovacco
    Chris Ciovacco

    Thank you Gail.

    Sep 22, 12:31

    Holger Zschaepitz
    Holger Zschaepitz

    The 2 charts highlight that Negative Interest Rate Policy of ECB & Bank of Japan has failed. People are saving more money: Both in Eurozone & in Japan banks’ deposits have been steadily growing, increasing on avg 2.9% & 3.5% pa respectively over the past 10yrs. (Charts via JPM)

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    Sep 22, 12:19