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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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Puerto Rico Takes First Steps Toward Bankruptcy-Ish Filing
After what has been the slowest of slow-motion train wrecks, Puerto Rico’s federal overseers have finally taken the inevitable first step toward considering the use of bankruptcy-ish proceedings, known as Title III.
Stocks Have Best Week Of The Year As Economy Grinds To A Halt
Bonds, Bullion, and Stocks all rose around 1.25% on the month, but Banks were down in April (and March) for the worst 2-month drop since Feb 2016.
US Rig Count Rise Continues As Crude Production Hits 20-Month Highs
From the May 2016 lows, the number of US oil rig counts have only declined 3 times and this week was no exception.
Biggest Inflows Into European Stocks Since 2015, Just As The Economic Pullback Begins
Forget the "great rotation" out of bonds into stocks: 6 months into the so-called reflation trade, which so many strategists predicted would unleash a new era of euphoric stock buying driven by bond sales, it just isn't happening.
Consumer Confidence 'Steady' Despite Weak Wages, No Spending, Slow Growth
Current conditions fell very modestly but 'hope' rose to its highest since January. Inflation expectations were steady (near record lows) but buying climates improved MoM.
Global Stocks Pause Ahead Of GDP Report; Nasdaq Hits Fresh Record High
Despite yesterday's whopping beats by Amazon and Google which sent the Nasdaq to new record highs after hours, this morning futures S&P futures are little changed ahead of the closely watched Q1 GDP report.
Core Eurozone Inflation Surges To 4 Year High As CPI Nears ECB Target
The Euro zone inflation rose by more than expected to the European Central Bank's target and core inflation increased to its highest level in four years.
Earnings-Palooza - AMZN & GOOGL Beat, MSFT & SBUX Miss
Amazon and Alphabet are surging after hours after big beats but Microsoft is fading (missed on revenues and Capex) and Starbucks is sliding on a disappointing same store sales comp.
Spectacular 7 Year Auction: Record Indirects, Soaring Bid To Cover
The Bid to Cover was a whopping 2.733, the highest going all the way back to November 2012.
Bitcoin Spikes To Record Highs
Bitcoin rallied notably overnight after China's largest bitcoin exchanges introduced a flat 0.2% fee on each transaction and blocked the customer from withdrawing their coins from their trading accounts.
Q1 GDP Takes Another Hit As Wholesale Inventories Slide In March
After dropping in January, and rebounding in Feb, March saw inventories drop 0.1% (against expectations of a 0.2% rise).
Stocks Dazed After Trump NAFTA Flop, Tax Plan Disappointment; ECB Looms
European shares are lower, pressured by disappointing results by Deutsche Bank and ending a six-session gain, as Asian equities and S&P futures were little changed after a record-setting rally in world stocks yesterday.
Deutsche Bank Tumbles Most In 5 Weeks After Earnings Disappoint Across The Board
On the surface, Deutsche Bank's results this morning came in better than expected with first quarter earnings more than doubling as Germany’s biggest bank benefited from a pick-up in market activity at the start of the year.
Coffee Carnage Crushes Hedge Funds Amid Record Bullish Positioning
Hedge funds face coffee carnage this week as the price for the commodity collapsed over 13% in the last 6 days.
The Main Highlights In Trump's Sweeping Tax Reform Proposal
Throughout the month of May, the Trump Administration will hold listening sessions with stakeholders to receive their input and will continue working with the House and Senate to develop the details of a plan that provides massive tax relief.
US Consumers Tap Out: Credit Card Defaults Surge To 4 Year High And It's Getting Worse
According to the latest data from the S&P/Experian Bankcard Default Index, as of March 2017, the default rate on US credit cards had jumped to 3.31%, an increase of 13% from a year ago, and the highest default rate since June 2013.
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