The economy is not the stock market.
Central banks are the stock market. t.co/VwY2rVWOoz
— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) August 10, 2021
Latest data showing daily economic surprises…. pic.twitter.com/Nr4EKyAgmo
— CrossBorder Capital (@crossbordercap) August 10, 2021
*71 COUNTERPARTIES TAKE $998.7B AT FED'S FIXED-RATE REVERSE REPO
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) August 10, 2021
Global equity inflows, rolling 40 weeks, passively allocated.
— Samantha LaDuc (@SamanthaLaDuc) August 10, 2021
Blank-check companies have taken a hit in the past six months. What has that meant for stock markets more broadly? Not much, as a colleague's chart shows. pic.twitter.com/teG5BYIRfE
— Dave Wilson's Chart & Stock of the Day + (@TheOneDave) August 10, 2021
Small business owners grew less confident in the economic recovery in July amid labor shortages that hit a fresh, 48-year record high, according to the latest NFIB survey released on Tuesday. The NFIB Small Business Optimism Index decreased in July to 99.7, a drop of 2.8 points, reversing June’s 2.9-point gain.
Slowly and then suddenly. pic.twitter.com/R7kMaPZs9V
— Dr. Jin SEO (@JTSEO9) August 10, 2021