— 𝕮𝖍𝖎 🛢️ (@chigrl) September 30, 2019
MORGAN STANLEY: “.. the S&P 500 itself is a defensive asset because of its high quality/growth bias, GAAP accounting, and good liquidity. .. Yet, even with this inherent advantage, the S&P 500 has delivered subpar returns over the past 12 months with increasing volatility.”
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) September 30, 2019
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) September 30, 2019
$RUT rejected 2 wks ago — once again — at just below 1600. This can be taken as a sign markets are struggling to buy sell-side optimism about '20 earnings estimates. $IWM $SML t.co/KKp3AGuczk pic.twitter.com/7AVdUeKe1y
— hedgopia (@hedgopia) September 30, 2019
In the darkest days of the 2009 recession, Germany’s industrial output was collapsing at an annual rate of more than 20%. An unfathomable implosion but one that thankfully ended almost as quickly as it started.Some 10 years on, a crisis is brewing once again in the country’s industrial
The threat of stagflation — a toxic combination of a slowing economy combined with rising prices — could make Fed chair Jerome Powell’s job much more difficult.