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JPMorgan Asks: ‘Has The Marginal Equity Buyer Gone?’

I guess you can't blame investors being a bit shell-shocked.

I guess you can't blame investors being a bit shell-shocked.
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3 comments on “JPMorgan Asks: ‘Has The Marginal Equity Buyer Gone?’

  1. Heisy, could this emini futures liquidity decline be related to the XIV blow up? Didn’t they execute their positions via S&P futures? And that ended not so long ago too…

  2. I guess if i were not a cynical person I would hope that the tax payer funded corporate buy backs would soften the fall of the beast. No Sir! Let it fall and get busted up so badly that precedents used to create it are discarded in the roll off container and hauled off to the landfill. By Gawd!

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