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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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Stocks Surge At The Open On Report Trump "Making Strides" On Tax Reform
With Trump tax (and any other reform), having recently been left for dead, even a modest sign that Trump's fiscal reform may be getting traction is enough to awake the animal spirits.
"Clearly Awful News": UK Subprime Lender Provident Crashes Most On Record, CEO Quits
Shares of the UK-based company dropped more than 73% to 521 pence in London morning trade. The stock is down 82% this year, wiping more than 3 billion pounds from its market value.
Stocks Rebound As Europe Ends 3-Day Losing Streak; VIX, Gold, Bonds Slide
S&P futures are modestly in the green, following gains in European and Asian shares, after the cash index climbed on Monday for the first time in three days as volatility tumbled amid abysmal trading volumes.
Are Markets Sleepwalking Into A Debt Ceiling Crisis? Mnuchin Issues Another Warning
While the market has shown remarkable complacency so far and stayed stoically sanguine about the late September debt ceiling fireworks, this may change very soon.
China Warns Of "Looming Trade War" With India In Retaliation To Anti-Dumping Duties
According to the Indian Commerce Ministry, the trade deficit with China last year mounted to over $52 billion when the bilateral trade stood at $70 billion.
US Workers' Wage Expectations Unexpectedly Collapse
U.S. workers are so disenchanted with the labor situation, and harbor so little hope for higher paychecks, that even as they increasingly search for new jobs, they not only expect fewer job offers but anticipate increasingly lower paychecks.
An Unexpected Problem Emerges: Chinese Banks Exhaust 80% Of Loan Quotas In First Half Of 2017
While China’s commercial banks have been seemingly impervious to China's credit bubble, reporting higher first-half profits, while overall non-performing loans in Q2 remaining unchanged from Q1.
Tesla Stock Slumps After "Terrible Bond" New Issue Tanks
Tesla stock prices has almost erased all of its post-earnings gains as the company's recently issued $1.8 billion junk bond is tumbling...
Ethereum Soars Near Record High As Hard Fork Sparks Buying Fever
The price of Ether is soaring today, heading back towards record highs as broader acceptance (UK's IG Group offer ETH trading), government discussions (ETH founder meets with Thai central bank), and perhaps most of all fork-related buying.
S&P Nears Critical Support Level, Small Caps Underwater Year-To-Date
The S&P 500 has dropped to its 100-day moving average support (2417) for the first time since the election as the usual dip-buyers are absent amid heavy volume.
Today's Solar Eclipse Will Be The "First Major Test" Of Solar Power's Role In The Energy Grid
The historic solar eclipse has arrived at a time when the American power grid is becoming increasingly reliant on solar, wind and hydroelectric power.
Fiat Chrysler Shares Soar After China's Great Wall Confirms Interest
With a market value of almost $20 billion, an acquisition of FCA would be by far China's largest overseas automotive industry deal - and possibly one of its largest ever overseas purchases - dwarfing Geely's 2010 billion acquisition of Volvo cars.
Eclipse Day Begins With S&P Futures Flat While Industrial Metals Soar
As the US awaits its first full solar eclipse since 1918, S&P 500 futures, together with Asian and European stocks started off the week off fractionally in the red after the cash index fell to its lowest level in five weeks on Friday.
Builders Complain Of Record Labor Shortages: Up To 75% Of Employers Can't Find Workers
The current labor shortage seems especially severe relative to housing starts, which have only partially recovered from their post-2006 decline.
US Lawmakers Draft Bill 'Protecting' Crypto-Currencies From Government Interference
Although cash has some of the same problems being used to pay for illegal activities, the perception that digital currencies are being used for illegal activities is seen as the primary roadblock to wholesale acceptance by the American public.
Gold Coins Have Been South Africa's Best Investment For 50 Years
In the 50 years since the first Krugerrand was minted in South Africa, the gold coins have turned out to be one of the best investments in the country.
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