More than a million people could be dead from COVID in India by the end of July if the current trajectory persists, a University of
Last month, BofA’s closely-watched Global Fund Manager survey revealed that for the first time since the onset of the crisis, COVID-19 (or something related to
Late last week, I mentioned the pernicious tendency of market participants to give the cold shoulder to the developing world. Outside of instances when some
Canada slashes rates to the lower bound, launches QE. India moves to dodge collapse.
“We are doomed”.
Another “limited” agreement, apparently.
“A bold move”.
Sunday had a somewhat ominous feel to it.
“There will be no further extensions.”
“Stable genius” strikes again.
And don’t say Urjit Patel didn’t try to warn you.
Ok, well Bitcoin and the rest of the cryptosphere didn’t need any more bad news after last Friday’s Coincheck theft and after the CFTCÂ subpoenaed Bitfinex and Tether, but when it rains it pours…
Tomorrow, we’ll get to see if the U.S. dip-buyers, still hungover from Labor Day, are ready to “face reality” or whether the Target managers-turned hedge fund titans will be on hand to deploy the capital they raised from their neighbors in XIV.
“Why now?”, a couple of my favorite strategists asked, in the wake of a brutal selloff on Wall Street and an extension of what, by
A smattering of headlines lamenting the many ironies of the UK’s “Freedom Day” was a microcosm of the global mood Monday. “England’s ‘freedom day’ marred