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Tyler Durden (pseudonym) is the lead writer at ZeroHedge.  Tyler represents the idea that a return to truly efficient markets is a possibility and a necessity.

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Goldman Co-Head Of Trading: I Am Worried The Market May "Break" And Not Snap Back
Goldman's Chief Markets Economist Charlie Himmelberg highlighted the growing market share of HFT and algorithmic trading across all markets, and warned the growing lack of traditional, human market-makers has made the market increasingly fragile.
"The Global Bond Curve Just Inverted": Why JPM Thinks A Market Crash May Be Imminent
Global investors - those for whom Treasury flows are fungible and have exposure to the entire world's "safe securities" - now find themselves in inversion.
Here Is The Stunning Reason Why Treasury Yields Blew Out In April
It was Vladimir Putin that decided to puke the most US Treasuries out of Russia ever, liquidating half, or $47.4 billion, of its US Treasuries in one month, to its lowest holdings since March 2008.
Emerging Markets Massacred As Dovish Draghi Sends Dollar Soaring
EM bloodbath, bond yields tumble, yield curve collapsing...but Nasdaq surging - "tread lightly" my friend.
"I Would Recommend You Panic" - Peso Pounded, Lira Lashed, & Rand Routed As EM Crashes
The big headline maker of the day so far is not stocks but the FX markets as the dollar index exploded to 8-month highs (second biggest daily gain of the year) after a dovish Draghi sent EUR/USD tumbling.
Turkish Lira Tumbles As Erdogan Threatens Moody's With An "Operation"
While S&P faced being 'black-called' after daring to downgrade US sovereign rating in 2011, Moody's decision to (rightfully) downgrade Turkey to 'junk' (and warn on its banking system) has prompted a direct threat from the country's strongman leader.
The Argentine Peso Is Plunging... Again
The Argentine peso is in freefall, extending yesterday's "only the central bank is selling dollars" collapse.
ECB Unveils End Of QE: Will Halt Bond Purchases By End Of 2019; Keep Rates Unchanged Until Summer 2019
The ECB will keep rates at their present levels at least through the summer of 2019 and in any case for as long as necessary to ensure that the evolution of inflation remains aligned with the current expectations of a sustained adjustment path.
Bank Of Japan Cuts Bond-Buying By 30bn Yen - Biggest Taper Yet
The Bank of Japan reduced its purchases of 3-5Y JGBs from 330bn Yen to 300bn Yen - equal to the biggest 'taper' yet.
Powell's Panic-Relieving Presser Calms Hawkish Havoc But Yield Curve Crumbles
The Initial Euphoric/Dysphoric reactions to Powell's rate-hike and hawkishness (Dollar spike, stocks down, yields higher, yield curve plunge, EM dump), but everything turned around during Powell's Presser.
Yield Curve Collapse Signals 'Policy Error' Looms After Hawkish Fed Statement
Equity markets lurched lower but are coming back now after The Fed signaled a more hawkish expectation of two more rate-hikes in 2018. The dollar spiked and while Treasury yields also jumped, the yield curve collapsed to new cycle lows.
Crypto Collapse Accelerates As Bitcoin Miners Turn Cash Flow Negative
Another day, another leg lower in cryptocurrencies as FUD spreads, this time on the back of headlines exposing market manipulation during last year's meltup and collapsing margins for miners as prices tumble below breakevens.
WTI/RBOB Soar After Huge Surprise Crude Draw (Despite Production Surge)
Despite Russia production-cut roll-back headlines, WTI/RBOB prices are unchanged from the huge, bearish surprise API-reported inventory surge.
Trump Slams OPEC Again, Demands Lower Prices: "Oil Prices Are Too High, OPEC Is At It Again"
Trump once again lashed out at OPEC, tweeting that "Oil prices are too high, OPEC is at it again. Not good!"
Chinese Credit Creation Unexpectedly Slows To Two-Year Low As Shadow Bank Lending Crashes
The latest Chinese credit creation data released on Tuesday, added significantly to the risk of a "sudden global economic stop".
ZTE Crashes Almost 40% After HK Trading Resumes, Limit-Down In China
The movement to kill the deal is gaining momentum, even among Republicans who rarely oppose the president... and would reimpose the White House's original ban on ZTE buying components from US firms.
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