— jeroen blokland (@jsblokland) May 17, 2022
FED'S BULLARD: THE MOST PRESSING ISSUE FOR THE FED IS INFLATION.
— Breaking News | FinancialJuice (@Financialjuice1) May 17, 2022
According to GS, consumers are dipping in their credit card for basic spending. Also raising loans again appreciated equity. As we said in the past, consumer is stretching himself because of inflation. Let's see how real estate holds on those low inventory 🤔
— Gianluca (@MenthorQpro) May 17, 2022
— Jesse Felder (@jessefelder) May 17, 2022
Gm 2022 Stock Bond Correlation Crisis pic.twitter.com/F4csVfZnVJ
— Wifey (@WifeyAlpha) May 17, 2022
It appears we've hit an iceberg… pic.twitter.com/CGEO7qZVFM
— mackiwi (@justin_mac) May 17, 2022
31% of fund managers see hawkish central banks as the biggest risk.
27% see a global recession as the biggest risk.
7% see a systemic credit event as the biggest risk.
Unfortunately, these aren't mutually exclusive… pic.twitter.com/CCdhd92lEQ
— Hedgeye (@Hedgeye) May 17, 2022
Zero rate hikes in 2023. Clearly a recession is being priced in. pic.twitter.com/1W35mUbd28
— Andy Constan (@dampedspring) May 17, 2022
— CrossBorder Capital (@crossbordercap) May 17, 2022
Walmart says it was "overstaffed" during part of its fiscal Q1 t.co/LeL4Woj6pe
Echoes something Amazon said earlier this month: "[W]e quickly transitioned from being understaffed to being overstaffed …" t.co/Egv1huCCnp
— Courtenay Brown (@Courtenay_Brown) May 17, 2022