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Fed Continues To SLOWLY Reduce Its Balance Sheet, Old Autopilot Still Engaged

Wolf Street, Released on 4/4/19 Then there’s the sinkhole of $1.5 trillion in MBS and $617 billion in Treasuries that mature in over 10 years. Continue……

Semiconductors are killing it—thanks to China

CNBC, Released on 4/3/19 As hope for a U.S.-China trade deal increases, so have the prices of semiconductor stocks. Continue……

Mega Banks Tell SEC: Derivatives Could Blow Up Wall Street Again

Wall Street On Parade, Released on 4/1/19 “JPMorgan Chase could incur significant losses arising from concentrations of credit and market risk. JPMorgan Chase is exposed to greater credit and market…

Bitcoin surges 20% Tuesday, tops $5,000 for the first time in 2019

Market Watch, Released on 4/2/19 Bitcoin prices rocketed higher on Tuesday, rising as much as 20% and trading over $5,000 for the first time since November 2018. Continue……

America’s Wealthiest Households Have Record Cash on Hand

Bloomberg, Released on 4/1/19 America’s richest families are hoarding their cash at record levels. The top one percent have three times more in cash than the bottom half Continue……

Kudlow: Fed Should ‘Immediately’ Cut Rates

CNBC, Released on 3/29/19 Top White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow sayd Trump and the White House wants the Fed to “immediately” cut interest rates by 50 basis points. Continue……

Trump’s pick for Federal Reserve owes more than $75,000 in taxes, court record shows

CNBC, Released on 3/27/19 Maryland court records show that Moore owed $75,328.80 in unpaid income taxes and related penalties and interest from the 2014 filing year. Continue……

The stock market often produces its strongest returns after yield curve inverts

MarketWatch, Released on 3/27/19 Historically, S&P 500 returns remain above average for 30 months after inversion, accordin to JPM’s Kolanovic. Continue……