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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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Global Markets, US Futures Surge On Renewed Trade Hopes
Global stocks and US equity futures rallied amid renewed optimism of a thawing in U.S.-China trade relations after President Trump said he would intervene in Huawei case to get a trade deal with China and was ready to meet with Xi for a second time.
"Collateral Damage": Canada Goose Shares Fall 20% As Chinese Consumer Boycott Threatens Sales
In the demonstration of the leverage that China's government exercises over Western retailers, shares of Canada Goose are tumbling as Chinese citizens have started a boycott of its goods in retaliation for the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou.
WTI Jumps Above $52 After Huge Crude Draw
WTI prices rebounded today on renewed optimism that announced production cuts from the OPEC+ coalition will re-balance global markets and was helped by the fact that Libya’s biggest field remained shut, taking supply offline.
French Credit Risk Soars As Macron Bailout Blows-Out Deficit
Having bitched and moaned at the utter temerity of the Italians to suggest a growth budget that busts Brussels' mandated deficit limits, the French are about to make Milan's defiance look like child's play.
Direct Bidders Jump In Tailing 3Y Auction As Yield Slides
Overall a mediocre, tailing auction, which however was solid thanks to the bounce back in Direct bidders, allowing it to price at the lowest yield in half a year.
Pound Falls To 18-Month Low On Reports Conservatives Have Enough 'No Confidence' Votes
What looked like the first stirrings of a recovery in the pound Tuesday morning has given way to more selling, as the British currency tumbled to $1.2502 - just above a key psychological threshold.
Goldilocks? Core PPI Surges Near 7-Year Highs, Headline Weakest In 15 Months
After rebounding in October, Final Demand Producer Prices grew slower in November (at 2.5% YoY, and the weakest since August 2017).
Global Stocks, S&P Futures Surge On Fresh Trade War De-Escalation Hopes
After several days of precipitous market drops, and following yesterday's dramatic Apple-led intraday rebound, the biggest since February, S&P futures and European stock markets are sharply higher even as Asian shares slipped.
Huawei CFO's Husband Offers $11 Million Bail In Cash & Homes
Having adjourned for lunch, the Huawei CFO bail hearing continues to raise eyebrows (among onlookers and the judge).
Recession Odds Soar To 70% In Two Years, According To JPMorgan
Sub-125k on nonfarm payrolls would likely be sufficient to push the unemployment rate higher, which is a clear signal that the cycle is turning.
Sudden Apple Buying-Panic Lifts Nasdaq Into Green
AAPL shares suddenly surged on the back of heavy volume - ramping all the way into green, shrugging off any fears of China sales evaporating.
"It's Make Or Break Day" For The S&P (& It Just Broke Key Support)
After the ubiquitous ramp into the US cash market open, things have gone a little pear-shaped, with stocks tumbling back below last week's lows and pushing critical 2018 support levels.
GoPro Shares Will Move Most US-Bound Production Out Of China
GoPro revealed Monday morning that it would move production of most of its cameras bound for the US market out of China by the summer of 2019.
Dollar Slides After Goldman Capitulates, Pulls March Rate Hike Forecast
For months, Goldman's optimistic take on the economy drew raised eyebrows across both the sell and buy side. Finally, Goldman capitulated tonight and now calls for less than a 50% probability of a rate hike in the March.
These Are The Three Things Goldman's Clients Are Most Worried About
Goldman's chief equity strategist David Kostin writes that the bank's clients remain nervous with concerns rising over three key market themes: US-China trade relations, the pace of Fed tightening, and concerns about recession.
Beijing Threatens "Severe" Retaliation Against Canada If Huawei CFO Is Not Released
Canada's decision to arrest and charge Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou with "multiple" counts of fraud, has elicited widespread anger in Beijing. Investors worry that this could cause the shaky trade detente between the US and China to devolve into acrimony.
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