Posts Tagged ‘highs’

Iran reports record highs in exports of electricity

Iran’s minister of energy says power exports to neighbors have hit a new record as annual generation growth reaches an all-time high. Mohammad Ardakanian said on Saturday that Iran had exported a total of 2.3 billion kilowatt hour of electricity to neighboring countries in the period between May 22 and August 11, adding that […]

Gold Spikes As Dow Crashes Below 26k, Down 1500 Points From Pre-Powell Highs

Well that escalated quickly… The Dow is down almost 1500 points from its pre-Powell highs, breaking back below 26k erasing all the “trade truce” gains…   This pushed the cash Dow to the high right before December’s collapse…   Gold is soaring…       Source Article from Related Posts WTI Spikes After Biggest […]


This is a critical update from one of the best financial commentators I know, a good friend of ours, Mr. Tom Beck, who runs and we’re excited to share this one with you! Warren Buffett hasn’t been able to beat the indices for seven straight years. That has NEVER happened before in his whole career. It’s […]

UMich Inflation Expectations Spike To 3-Year Highs

Following June’s dip in ‘hope’, UMich Sentiment was expected to improve in preliminary July data but it disappointed in most aspects. Headline Sentiment rose from 98.2 to 98.4 (but missed 98.8 exp) Current Conditions dipped from 111.9 to 111.1 (missing 112.8 exp) Expectations inched higher from 89.3 to 90.1 Still close to the best level […]

UMich Confidence Hovers Near Record Highs As Business Sentiment Collapses

UMich consumer sentiment continues to hover near its highest levels since 2004… A modest drop in expectations (but rise in current conditions) sparked a small drop in the headline figure from 100.0 to 98.2 June’s small overall decline was entirely due to households with incomes in the top third of the distribution, who more frequently […]

Trader: All-Time Highs Are No Valid Reason To Celebrate

Authored by Richard Breslow via Bloomberg, It’s hard to tell whose bluff was called last week, but the end result is that almost every systemically important central bank did more than blink. They caved. The question is, did they do so to keep the fun alive? Because they know something that they are loathe to […]

Loonie Spikes After Canadian Core Inflation Soars To 10-Year Highs

Canadian inflation rose faster than expected in May across all eight major components, spiking the Loonie as it supports the BoC’s view that ‘the North’ is emerging from its growth slowdown (and Poloz argument that rates will need to go higher). The headline consumer price index jumped 2.4% from a year earlier, compared with 2% […]

The Disconnect Between The Economy & Stocks Is At Record Highs

The bear case for U.S. stocks is getting more compelling by the day, according to Bloomberg macro strategist Mark Cudmore. Via Bloomberg, There’s been a remarkable deterioration in the macro environment since my column last week, yet U.S. equities have gained in value. This divergence is unsustainable but it’s a reminder that bear markets take many months to […]

U.K. Hits "Open Borders" Highs – 600,000 Migrants Arrive In Just One Year

Authored by Jon Hall via Free Market Shooter blog, On the heels of the Lyon terrorist attack that happened last Friday, with Mohamed Hichem M. confessing to the crime and pledging allegiance to ISIS, new statisticsshow that over a quarter million migrants entered Britain than refugees that left. On top of that, The U.K. granted asylum or resettlement to 17,304 people – […]

Final May UMich Sentiment Survey Sinks From Flash Highs

UMich Sentiment survey ‘expectations’ soared in the preliminary data sending the headline to its highest since Jan 2004, but the final prints were marked down notably. Against expectations of 101.5, and flash print of 102.4 (highest since Jan 2004), the final data for UMich sentiment printed 100.0 (the highest since Aug 2018 only) This is […]

UMich Sentiment Soars As ‘Hope’ Explodes To 15-Year Highs

After a small dip in April, UMich sentiment was expected to modestly rebound in May but preliminary data shows a huge jump led by a spike in ‘hope’. The headline UMich sentiument survey printed at its highest since January 2004 led by a spike in expectations: Current economic conditions index rose to 112.4 vs. 112.3 […]

"Lo Spread" Hits 2019 Highs As Salvini Spits On European Budget Rules

Matteo Salvini just told Jean Claude Juncker and holders of Italian bonds ‘va a fanculo’ because Italy no longer has time for Europe’s outdated and oppressive fiscal rules. During events in Verona and Rome, Salvini went back on the budget offensive, insisting that the League and Five Star would deliver on the package of stimulus […]

Recession Alert: Credit Card Delinquencies Reach 8-Year Highs

May 10, 2019 By Mac Slavo When the average everyday American begins to have trouble paying their bills, it’s most often a sign that the economy is not doing that well and we’ve reached that point.  Credit card delinquencies have now reached and 8-year high, with no reprieve in sight. As Michael Snyder pointed out […]

Dow Drops Over 1000 Points From Highs As Yield Curve Inverts

Update: The Dow is down over 1100 points from its highs in April… “pause that refreshes”? *  *  * For the first time since Jan 23rd, the S&P 500 has broken back below its key 50-day moving-average to six-week lows as trade deal anxiety takes hold… Finally, those wondering where are the next selling-wave triggers, […]

New Home Sales Soar To 16-Month Highs As Price Plunges

New home sales were expected to retrace some of February’s gains but in a reversal of yesterday’s dismal drop in existing home sales, new home sales in March soared 4.5% higher MoM (and February was revised stronger from +4.9% MoM to +5.9% MoM). This is the 3rd straight month of rising new home sales The […]

Oil hovers near four-year highs as Saudi, Russia agree supply rise

Reuters – Oil held near four-year highs on Thursday, supported by the imminent loss of Iranian supply through U.S. sanctions, but also tempered by the prospect of a rapid production boost from Saudi Arabia and Russia. Brent crude oil futures LCOc1 were down 19 cents at $86.10 a barrel by 1133 GMT, having risen to […]

Outnumbered Sacramento Spartans Rout Leftist Scum; A Call For Nationalist Solidarity

Erik StrikerTrad Youth July 1, 2016 A new chapter in the national worker’s struggle has been written. The tide is turning and this renewed spirit of world history begins to peak through the clouds gathered over our people. We are on the brink of the dawn of a new era, and no amount of money […]

The Real Trouble Begins When Rising Inequality Splinters The Elites

Rising economic inequality tends to generate political instability for all the obvious reasons: the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, the rich say let them eat brioche and next thing you know, the ungrateful wretches are tearing down the Bastille and a youthful army officer has to restore order with a whiff of grapeshot. After which he […]

Analysis shows greenhouse gas emissions similar for shale, crude oil

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory this week released a pair of studies on the efficiency of shale oil production excavation. The reports show that shale oil production generates greenhouse gas emissions at levels similar to traditional crude oil production. The research, which was conducted in collaboration with Stanford University and the University […]

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