Lots of fuel if there’s a spark t.co/LkeNUpua4Y
— Thomas Thornton (@TommyThornton) November 22, 2019
— 𝕮𝖍𝖎 🛢️ (@chigrl) November 23, 2019
04:02:21 PM – S&P 500 FALLS FOR WEEK AFTER 6 WEEKS OF GAINS (it fell b/c fed's balance sheet contracted) pic.twitter.com/kLQmK6gsoq
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) November 22, 2019
Long term earnings expectations have recently declined sharply, but stocks have rallied 23.8% ytd.
— UPFINA (@UPFINAcom) November 22, 2019
Let's play a game called "What Are The Odds?" pic.twitter.com/93BPEvbmEo
— 🔴 I. Vodenitcharov CFA CMT (@iv_technicals) November 23, 2019
(Reuters) – Many investors are shunning the riskiest corners of the junk-rated U.S. corporate loan market because of concerns about possible credit rating downgrades, putting the brakes on a run of leveraged buyouts and debt-funded dividends.
China attacks U.S. at G20 as the world's biggest source of instability – Reuters (no trade deal)
— Alastair Williamson (@StockBoardAsset) November 23, 2019