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“The Door Is Open To Surprises”: One Bank Warns On VaR Shock Potential

Late Friday evening, I noted that specs trimmed their record net short in Treasurys in the week ended January 23.
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2 comments on ““The Door Is Open To Surprises”: One Bank Warns On VaR Shock Potential

  1. ShockedToFindGambling

    The world economy is now dependent on super low rates. IMO, a sharp rise in rates from here will put us into a worldwide depression, for 2 reasons.1) Consumer demand is now based on financing at close to zero rates and 2) Capital loses on bonds (already huge since the nadir in rates), will cause a pullback in spending.

  2. Curt Tyner

    You would think (duh) with all these smart(?), highly educated dunces in our financial world and all the people with (big?) brains who report and opine about how smart they are about said markets have to know, “Houston we have a problem”. THIS IS A SCAM. THIS IS A FRAUD. THIS IS JUST BUSINESS AS USUAL.THIS WILL END VERY BADLY FOR 99% OF US…So if your in the 1% breathe easy keep that big smile on your face you’re home FREE. Cheap money for all you smart Titans of Destiny, privatize those profits, don’t worry the dumb sh*t public is “on the hook” for the losses.

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