Monday, August 23, 2010

Reading: Market Risks, Silver, Japan Breaches 9,000, Illinois Debt

I'm trying to find some good news folks, I really am. I guess you could say temporary employment +23% in Q2 year over year is good news, but it better translate into permanent employment or we'll be in a wage raping contract economy with zero benefits just to keep EPS and stocks up.

Housing Slide in U.S. Threatens to Drag Economy Into Recession - Bloomberg
China Stock Futures Drop; Commodity Producers May Fall on Slowdown Concern - Bloomberg
Nikkei down 1%, breaches 9,000 level - Reuters
Taleb's Pessimism Lures CIC - WSJ
If S&P Breaks 1010, Back To 878? - CNBC Fast Money
Japanese 10-Year Bond Futures Advance on Stronger Yen, Economic Concerns - Bloomberg
Wheat Futures in Chicago Plunge as Much as 2.1%, Extending Earlier Losses - Bloomberg
Credit Suisse's Morse Says Wheat Price Gains `Overdone': Video - Bloomberg
Facebook Deletes Accounts Purporting to Be From North Korea - Bloomberg
Housing in 'Double-Dip': Economist Mark Zandi at Moody's Analytics - CNBC
Jim Cramer Sees ‘Very Negative’ Trend in Market - CNBCs Mad Money
Retail Investors Don’t Trust the Market: McCaughan of Principal Global Investors - CNBC
Current Bubble: Bond Bubble Believers! - CNBC Fast Money
Commercial Real Estate Gains for First Time in 2 Years: Study - CNBC
Hurricane Danielle Forms in Atlantic, Seen Strengthening - CNBC
Is Illinois Worse Off Than Greece with a Little LTCM and Bear Stearns Thrown In? - Zero Hedge
IOU Part Two: California To Issue IOUs For Second Year In A Row - Zero Hedge
James Turk - Upside Explosion In Silver - KingWorldNews
KWN Weekly Market Wrap-Up with Art Cashin - KingWorldNews
Richard Russell - The Stock Market Is Crumbling - KingWorldNews
Why Coffee Is Getting More Expensive - NPR Planet Money

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