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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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OPEC Future In Doubt As US Production, Rig Count Surge
As US oil production surges to record highs, surpassing Saudi Arabia, rig counts continues to rise (up 7 last week, up 5 of the last 6 weeks) suggesting more production is to come.
Massive Squeeze Sparks Best Week For Stocks In 7 Years As Dollar Crashes
On the day, Nasdaq ended red and Dow and S&P gave back pretty much everything into the bell.
Stocks Tumble Into Red After Russian Indictments
Did Mueller just spoil the Trump-bump party again?
The Last Time Americans Were This Confident Of "Retiring Comfortably", Stocks Crashed
UMich consumer confidence surged more than expected in February's preliminary data, as stock market gyrations were dominated by rising incomes, employment growth, and by net favorable perceptions of the tax reforms.
Deutsche: "Nobody Can Understand What's Going On With The Dollar... The Answer Is Simple"
The dollar is not going down despite higher yields but because of them. Higher yields mean lower bond prices and US bonds are lower because investors don't want to buy them, or as he puts it "this is anentirely different regime to previous years."
SEC Blocks Chinese Takeover Of Chicago Stock Exchange
In a decision that many had anticipated, the SEC Thursday night officially rejected a proposal from a Chinese investment group to purchase the Chicago Stock Exchange.
Housing Starts, Permits Surge On Spike In Rental Units
Another confirmation that the US economy is heating up just a little more than most expected.
Violent Dollar Swings Fail To Stop Futures Levitation, Best Week For Stocks Since 2011
Global stocks were set to post their best week of gains in six years on Friday after two consecutive weeks spent in the red, shrugging off a rise in global borrowing costs while the dollar hit its lowest level since 2014.
Stocks Extend Fastest Bounce In 8 Years As Dollar Crash Continues
Stocks are up five days in a row, Nasdaq up 5.6% this week alone.
Bitcoin Volatility Sparks Surge In Crypto Hedge Funds
Bitcoin's volatility has been dramatically higher than stocks, and even VIX until the last few days, for the last few months.
Dollar Jumps On Reports Of Uber-Dove Heading To BoJ
The Dollar Index is kneejerking higher in the last few minutes following headlines from Nikkei that The Bank of Japan is considering nominating uber-dove Masazumi Wakatabe to a key leadership position.
Stocks Sink At Open After VIX Pre-Open Plunge
Treasury yields are rolling back lower as stocks open.
Bitcoin Tests $10k As Mysterious Crypto-Trader Dip-Buys $400 Million
Cryptocurrency prices are surging again this morning with Bitcoin testing $10,000 for the first time in over two weeks.
Canadian Existing Home Sales Crash In January
Home prices rose 2,3% over the past 12 months, but it appears a sudden close-eye on Chinese buyers has hit the market hard as Toronto home sales crashed a stunning 27% from December and Vancouver sales down 10.5% MoM (prices up 18.1% YoY).
Global Stocks, S&P Futures Soar, Ignoring 10Y Tsy Yield Creeping Ever Higher
Global stocks, bond yields and commodities all jumped higher on Thursday while the dollar plunge continued, as investors suddenly seemed to forget the inflation fears blamed for a brutal market sell-off in recent weeks.
"It's Millennial Gold" - Sell-Off Hasn't Shaken True Believers' Faith In Bitcoin
Bitcoin is struggling to retake the $9,000 level after its spectacular implosion last month - its worst since the very early days of bitcoin when the price of a single token was much, much lower.
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