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One Chart That Shows the Dramatic Repricing of Fed Expectations So Far This Year

bloomberg.com — The year 2016 has been characterized by rising volatility, selloffs in markets all around the world, and growing concern about the state of the economy. So naturally, there's been a big re-pricing of expectations surrounding the Fed, and the expected pace of Fed tightening.
Feb 08, 2016

RT @markets: One Chart That Shows the Dramatic Repricing of Fed Expectations So Far This Year bloomberg.com/news/articles/… pic.twitter.com/JxjUHBaye7

Feb 08, 2016

RT @markets: One Chart That Shows the Dramatic Repricing of Fed Expectations So Far This Year bloomberg.com/news/articles/… pic.twitter.com/JxjUHBaye7

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Odd Lots Podcast: Stand-Up Economist Yoram Bauman

bloomberg.com — Every week, hosts Tracy Alloway and Joe Weisenthal take you on a not-so-random walk through hot topics in markets, finance, and economics. On today's episode, we're taking the "dismal" out of the dismal science by interviewing Yoram Bauman, who bills himself as the world's only stand-up economist.
Feb 08, 2016

Hey! The new Odd Lots podcast is out. Me and @tracyalloway talked to the world's most famous stand-up comedian bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Feb 08, 2016

I mean, he could be the world's most famous stand-up comedian also, but I doubt it. bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Feb 08, 2016

The World’s Only Stand-Up #Economist Tells the World’s Oldest Economics Joke bloom.bg/1LbywwH via @markets @TheStalwart

Feb 09, 2016

"...the first ever stand-up routine performed over cell phone to an audience of five business journalists..." 😐😐😐bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

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DEAD BIRDS FALL OUT OF THE SKY IN CENTRAL SWEDEN

businessinsider.com — More dead birds! First there were dead birds in Arkansas. Then in Louisiana. But it's not just America that God is trying to send a warning to. It's Sweden, too, apparently. Shortly before midnight on Tuesday, residents found 50 to 100 jackdaws on a street in Falköping southeast of Skövde.

Jose Canseco Is Tweeting About the Bank of Japan's Negative Rates. He Is Not a Fan

bloomberg.com — Last week the Bank of Japan made waves in markets by unexpectedly joining the negative interest rate club in its attempt to stoke inflation. It appears the dip into sub-zero rates is turning heads outside of financial circles. Former Major League Baseball star Jose Canseco has started tweeting about the BoJ move, using the social media platform to vent his frustration.
Feb 04, 2016

Jose Canseco Is Tweeting About the Bank of Japan's Negative Rates. He Is Not a Fan bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Feb 04, 2016

RT @TheStalwart: Jose Canseco Is Tweeting About the Bank of Japan's Negative Rates. He Is Not a Fan bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Feb 04, 2016

RT @TheStalwart: Jose Canseco Is Tweeting About the Bank of Japan's Negative Rates. He Is Not a Fan bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Feb 04, 2016

This is wild: Jose Canseco Is Tweeting About the Bank of Japan's Negative Rates. He Is Not a Fan bloom.bg/1NRkyzT via @markets

Feb 04, 2016

RT @scottlanman: This is wild: Jose Canseco Is Tweeting About the Bank of Japan's Negative Rates. He Is Not a Fan bloom.bg/1NRkyzT via @markets

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Goldman Sachs forced to fundamentally question how capitalism is working

smh.com.au — One of the most heated debates among investors is the question of whether corporate profit margins can maintain their elevated level, or whether they will inevitably mean revert. Here's a quick look at S&P 500 profit margins, for example, going back over 25 years. They remain high by historical standards.

Goldman Sachs Is Questioning Capitalism?

Goldman Sachs says may be forced to question how capitalism is working

livemint.com — A new note from Goldman Sachs analysts looks at the bull and bear arguments for the profit margins debate New York: One of the most heated debates among investors is the question of whether corporate profit margins can maintain their elevated level, or whether they will inevitably mean revert.
Feb 03, 2016

Goldman Sachs says may be forced to question how capitalism is working livemint.com/Politics/sZixe…

Feb 03, 2016

Goldman Sachs says may be forced to question how capitalism is working mintne.ws/20GH73B

Goldman Sachs Says It May Be Forced to Fundamentally Question How Capitalism Is Working

bloomberg.com — One of the most heated debates among investors is the question of whether corporate profit margins can maintain their elevated level, or whether they will inevitably mean revert. Here's a quick look at S&P 500 profit margins, for example, going back over 25 years. They remain high by by historical standards.
Feb 03, 2016

RT @markets: Goldman Sachs Says It May Be Forced to Fundamentally Question How Capitalism Is Working bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Feb 03, 2016

RT @markets: Goldman Sachs Says It May Be Forced to Fundamentally Question How Capitalism Is Working bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Feb 03, 2016

"There are broader questions to be asked about the efficacy of capitalism." - Goldman Sachs bloom.bg/1PyVwv4 cc @BernieSanders

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The oil crash is kicking off one of the biggest wealth transfers in human history: BofA

business.financialpost.com — Economists are still hotly debating whether the oil crash has been a net positive for advanced economies. Alberta lost 19,600 jobs last year - the most since 1982 and many industry veterans are deciding they can no longer take the boom and bust roller-coaster.

Odd Lots Podcast: How Steven Skiena Made 500 Percent Gambling on Jai Alai

bloomberg.com — Every week, hosts Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway take you on a not-so-random walk through hot topics in markets, finance, and economics. This week we talk to Steven Skiena, a professor of computer science at Stony Brook University, who tells us about the time he made 500 percent on his money by gambling on the obscure sport of jai alai.
Feb 01, 2016

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Feb 01, 2016

Check out the new Odd Lots! How a professor made 500% on his money gambling on an obscure sport. bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Feb 01, 2016

RT @StevenSkiena: Catch my interview about Jai-alai / "Calculated Bets" on the Odd Lots podcast from Bloomberg News! bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

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Feb 10, 2016

RT @CyrilRcube: Art & Shipping stocks lead the economic cycle. Recent price action of Sotheby's & Maersk is similar to 2000 & 2008. https:/…

Feb 10, 2016

RT @NickMalkoutzis: Pelen Hussein from Syria stands on sinking refugee boat waiting to be rescued. Photo: Turkish coast guard #refugees pic.twitter.com/HWIi5sEH1V

Feb 10, 2016

RT @jeneps: Average donation: $34. The people can keep on giving to Sanders and he can keep on spending $$$. twitter.com/jeneps/status/…

Feb 10, 2016

@quantian1 Right. I assume the super delegate commitments aren't binding.

Feb 10, 2016

@jbouie That's a great question, though per the story Hillary won that demo by 15 points in 2008

Feb 10, 2016

"...among voters making less than $50,000, Sanders defeated Clinton by 33 points." msnbc.com/msnbc/sanders-…

Feb 10, 2016

@jbarro Same. I've believed for a long time that ultimately there was just no way she could lose. Now I think it's possible.


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