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JohnLaw: #3116 Wall Street Threatens to Sue SEC
JohnLaw: commercial real estate market next?
JohnLaw: BlackRock Marktausblick: Stagflation
JohnLaw: JPM: Current Banking Crisis "Is Not Over Yet"
JohnLaw: HTM securities: G-Sibs most vulnerable
JohnLaw: The Big Short
Investors are turning cautious
JohnLaw: Payment during a crisis
JohnLaw: Retail Investoren Slow Stock Purchases
JohnLaw: Moody's Fear of Smaller Banks
JohnLaw: Warum der aktuelle Auftrieb täuscht
JohnLaw: Toronto-Dominion Becomes Biggest Bank Short
Investors are betting $3.7 billion against Toronto-Dominion, making it the world's most-shorted bank. Here's why, and how their wagers could spell trouble for the financial system.
TD Bank biggest sector short anywhere in the world with $3.7 billion on the line
Worries about TD’s exposure to Canada's housing slowdown and ties to U.S. market
JohnLaw: The largest short bets in financial stocks
Toronto-Dominion, the most heavily shorted bank worldwide
JohnLaw: Another One Bites the Dust
Charles Schwab stock just notched its worst month since 1987: Charles Schwab’s stock just had its worst month in nearly 35 years.
Short sellers have also targeted Toronto-Dominion Bank because of its exposure to Canada’s slumping housing market, as well as its sizable stake in Charles Schwab (SCHW).
JohnLaw: Pimco: Recession risks have soared
JohnLaw: Loan Demand Craters In Aftermath Of Bank Crisis
"Loan volumes fell, driven largely by a sharp contraction in consumer loans.... Credit standards and terms continued to tighten sharply, and marked rises in loan pricing were also noted over the reporting period"
JohnLaw: Liebe Kapitalisten...nehmen wir uns was uns gehört
The Power of Capitalism
Stakeholder capitalism is not about politics. It is not a social or ideological agenda. It is not “woke.” It is capitalism, driven by mutually beneficial relationships between you and the employees, customers, suppliers, and communities your company relies on to prosper. This is the power of capitalism.
JohnLaw: Housing Bubbles in Canada Bursts
JohnLaw: Risk-off: US Bonds Value at Risk Game Changer
Today, the Fed risks aggravating the banking crisis and a recession because they may have already raised rates too far. It is quite possible that even if the Fed hikes rates more, notes and bonds may fall in yield. Bond investors are looking ahead and realizing the higher the Fed goes, the more crippling the effects on the economy and inflation.
JohnLaw: Short Sellers Target Toronto-Dominion Bank
JohnLaw: US-Bank legt keine Daten über Kundeneinlagen vor
JohnLaw: This Is The Recession Playbook
Blackrock's new playbook