Trump is exaggerating both the strength of the U.S. economy and the degree of our energy independence. The economy is merely a bubble fueled by reckless monetary and fiscal stimulus, and a sustained rise in oil prices is as dangerous a pin now as it was in the past.
— Peter Schiff (@PeterSchiff) January 8, 2020
— Liz Ann Sonders (@LizAnnSonders) January 8, 2020
Dude, Where’s my loan growth?
$10Trillion of Total Commercial Bank loan growth is now plummeting.. led by C&I. Doesn’t sounds reflationary. $XLF $TLT @RaoulGMI @DiMartinoBooth @Not_Jim_Cramer @EconguyRosie @GS_CapSF @EPBResearch @NorthmanTrader pic.twitter.com/tO2KqYwCpf
— PlungeProtectionTeam (@gamesblazer06) January 8, 2020
The final revision for the November durable goods report showed core new orders declining at a 1.7% annualized pace. pic.twitter.com/sohIxFkEL6
— Eric Basmajian (@EPBResearch) January 7, 2020
— Trevor Noren (@trevornoren) January 8, 2020
The Baltic Dry Index is the most important indicator for the rates of bulk shipping.The rate is determined based on the rates that are paid to transport raw materials on the 25 busiest shipping routes. Prices are falling sharply due to the cooling global economy. pic.twitter.com/lCQ0KUFY4H
— Karel Mercx (@KarelMercx) January 8, 2020