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As bad as things may look at the headline level, the microeconomic view from the street is worse.
An American domiciled-stock with a market capitalization over $10 billion, net debt of less than 1.5 times trailing Ebitda that’s priced under 15 times earnings is a rarity in a very strange year.
Unmasked, with flashing lights and a blaring brass band, Chair Powell is coming for your money.
Tiny little interest rates inflate the Social Security actuarial deficit.
A new bank boomlet in subordinated debt.