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CapEcon on UK house prices Vs mortgage approvals. Suggests prices to return to upward trend. http://t.co/CicGWPsHXz
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalOn Billionaire's Row, a home with 10-person Turkish bath shows how hard it is to know who really own London property http://t.co/FnhiQOoG88
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalGreat @EpicureanDeal post on the Buffett advantage and why he hates bankers http://t.co/skuCUscenu
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalLast week I wrote about reasons to be optimistic about Eurozone growth: http://t.co/bkpvYAE4xs - today's data suggests I'm not totally wrong
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal“We’re getting to the point where even a bond guy will tell you to buy #stocks.” http://t.co/4RzamGeP3C via @business
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalSpanish manufacturing #PMI fails to improve in February. But look at the new orders component: new 8-year high. http://t.co/JlmyTeWPeL
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal#UK Manufacturing #Growth Accelerates to Fastest in Seven Months http://t.co/HRaQXoj5jt via @TBeardsworth http://t.co/cGtkDLtAFx
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal#Eurozone inflation rises to -0.3% yoy in Feb from -0.6% in Jan, ahead of consensus expectations of -0.4%. Core stable at +0.6% yoy. #ECB
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalEURO-AREA JAN. JOBLESS RATE FALLS TO 11.2%; MEDIAN EST. 11.4%
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalWhat’d I miss?
@naufalsanaullah yepStriking China chart http://t.co/uYGbb5OkMnHyperinflation. RT @nicolatheron: In less than 2 weeks gas has gone up 50+ cents in my area.Not much doing in the aussie after China PMI.Lumber Liquidators Statement on @60minutes report $LL Read: http://t.co/aK1gqtC0zF
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@Chris_Gaun @mappingbabel Definitely.Chinese PMI summary. http://t.co/snxyjEuuuN http://t.co/e4UksnVfUVChina PMI out. Rises to 50.7. http://t.co/snxyjEuuuNSo 60 Minutes just went to town on Lumber Liquidators. Full recap here: http://t.co/3sGHR5aZHX From @mappingbabel and @matt_townsendChina PMI out in 7 minutes.Japanese manufacturing strengthens. http://t.co/OWGCHwCPMP http://t.co/kg3LnMBbSFLet's take a moment to think about all the analysts who said the S&P 500 would shoot straight up for 5 years after 2009. OK, I'm done.
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@ComfortablySmug @naufalsanaullah Yes@JaySlacks Yep, Friday.If you haven't checked it out yet, the latest FRED release on wages and demographics is a true treasure trove. http://t.co/EyTXJwp4bfThe first week of every month is always the most fun.It's going to be a massive week for economic data. http://t.co/GJZWTRgDfO http://t.co/XjnzZY3AVQHeather Dunbar!?Central banks may be winning the war against deflation. http://t.co/zK2KQLNuN8 (via @worrachate)@CardiffGarcia @Pete_Spence @Claudia_Sahm all the other meanings for “wax” are probably why..@matthewstoller sees in the Net Neutrality win "The reemergence of populist politics into the industrial sector" https://t.co/q3eGEsgzBs
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalRead @NBuhayar on the big new hints about Warren Buffett’s successor http://t.co/XczF1R514YUS Jews are half as likely (40%) as white evangelicals (82%) to believe God gave Israel to the Jewish people. http://t.co/5wx6oujn4s
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalAnalysts are often taken by ideology: if bonds drop, it's the government’s fault; if they rise, someone else gets the credit.
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@dandrezner What does all this have to do with monetary policy?Stop what you're doing and read @timduy.... 'It's "game on" for Fed watchers!' http://t.co/cmlvpaoHUsAlways amused when @zerohedge goes corny. Seems off-brand. But I like it. https://t.co/abSJXxagF4Tens of Thousands Show Their Anger at Putin, but It's No Maidan - my take on the Moscow march http://t.co/jCSr7XdiSh
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@aimoneale Thanks@aimoneale what's the song?Great lead on this story about what Dennis Kozlowski's up to these days. http://t.co/TXxuLPxX62That was not The Fed's finest moment, IMO. RT @bySamRo: Remember operation twist? Those were good times@fimoculous Yeah, it was really nicely timed.Here’s The One Thing Everyone Missed In Taylor’s Swift’s Newest Video. (Hint: It Will Make You Support “America Works”)
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@grisuy The scene after was one of the few times anyone on the show let down their guard and appeared human.@grisuy Good call.@grisuy Ah, yes.@RealDuality I think "disgusting" is a little strong.#Germany Makes Up With #France as Merkel-Hollande Get Along http://t.co/xSKtweQCYR via @ArneDelfs @HeleneFouquet http://t.co/jinNxKqygk
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@grisuy Which Remy scene?There are some spoilers in here, but I think they're pretty minor and irrellevent https://t.co/NjT29AgQxNI wrote a post about the parallel between House of Cards Season 3 and the current DHS fight https://t.co/NjT29AgQxN@ek_obrien No it's not.@barnejek Well obviously I agree about the coin.@LadyFOHF Not really a spoiler..@ek_obrien has tweeted, so the weekend is officially over.Let the games begin. #Monday trading underway, #SnP500 futures up 0.2% after 3-day drop in the index. #Oil coming off after Friday's surge
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalThere's an interesting parallel between the FEMA funding debate in House Of Cards and the current DHS debate.@barnejek And by using the "national emergency" loophole, argument was that the money was in fact properly spent.@barnejek But you can't just spend money that isn't appropriated by Congress. Had to use FEMA, since that's where the money was.#Greece Senior govt official 2 @capitalgr: What is needed now is 2take the poltical decision whether we clash or not in final stage of negot
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@sarahemclaugh I saw that coming.@barnejek And in the show, Underwood had a tenuous argument that they were using properly apportioned money.@barnejek Problem is, even if they mint a coin, someone has to spend it.Hopefully in Season 4, as @barnejek suggests, Underwood mints the coin.@barnejek Interesting. Well they did say the private employers would be subsidized to the tune of $45,000 per job, right?@barnejek Yeah. Didn't they specify that these were public works jobs, etc. Cleaning parks and stuff?Feel pretty confident that the #NoSpoilers crowd is not really going to be bothered by a discussion of the economics of AmWorks.@wadedawg25 @ezraklein It would definitely be a hit to aggregate demand.@barnejek Did you watch it?@brianstelter Finished it.And it seemed like AmWorks worked pretty well. Loved the part about how all these businesses (day cares, etc.) had to increase hiring.Washington DC during the brief period when AmWorks was active is the new Hamsterdam. A great temporary policy experiment on TV.@ezraklein What about the fundamental premise, that an entitlement cut is necessary in order to have a job guarantee? Also problematic.@onceuponA @ezraklein SORRY!@ezraklein Spoiler: They never get around to that.A grim look at the state of the Ukrainian economy. From @darynakrasno and @Willow1984Kyiv http://t.co/JHY9HUdmns http://t.co/Z0LRRidNm7@LadyFOHF @davealevine @Noahpinion @conorsen YesThe salaries of full-time foreign-born workers as a % of full-time native-born workers. http://t.co/E3VMcENEBt http://t.co/DBIcvC1vkeThis winter's giving me Stockholm Syndrome. Looking at the upcoming warm days in the forecast with trepidation.From @ReformedBroker: 10 reasons the housing market could go ballistic this spring http://t.co/0yLzrBuNmE#Greece FinMin: Citizens can now live without the fear of layoffs and overtaxation http://t.co/ZMMHL4kJqz
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal#Greece Senior Syriza official to @capitalgr : What we have agreed with our creditors, it is not going to be implemented, and we all know it
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal.@Pornhub is developing a #Wankband device that lets users charge phones by masturbating. http://t.co/mPXQxTAGaR http://t.co/QbgX2fQ2QH
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalLet's hope. http://t.co/hkZu4aUEKdHere's @TomKludt's story about the Bill O'Reilly phone recordings we just aired on @CNNReliable: http://t.co/PBSr0643FS
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalWhy China int rates,just cut again,are coming down a lot further. Deflation-lowflation has caused surge in real rates http://t.co/V3LKpoaRLG
Retweeted by Joseph WeisenthalTwo ugly charts on Brazil's economy, via @PantheonMacro http://t.co/xi6wwDc5gpAnd as his post from today shows, that's a global phenomenon, not just US. http://t.co/vPBRocnOq5 http://t.co/gdzL11o8dGLove this chart from @jp_koning. Cash in circulation always spikes around the holidays. http://t.co/Erx0xqKAM3 http://t.co/CiGZLBc4gkI like @guan's solution for Aviva. https://t.co/bc7YgTUbzf@Noahpinion @conorsen Ello > Tumblr > WordPressWhoa, Austria! Austria ready to impose losses on Heta bondholders http://t.co/1VXANPtFIU via @borisg_work @business
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@bySamRo @dakincampbell Shoot, not yet.Great aerial photo of 50,000 at Nemstov rally today @EvgenyFeldman: фото марша Немцова http://t.co/bqCwLLafU9 http://t.co/bHh7i11iF5"
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal@julieverhage Yeah, brutal.In 10 days, Citigroup's CEO will find out if he should start looking for a new job. From @dakincampbell http://t.co/xuheLIUIDW.@conorsen has been doing some great blogging lately. http://t.co/IatcodcHGFCHART: Oil Boom = Housing Boom in North Dakota, Building Permits More than Tripled in Last 4 Years http://t.co/DbgxUxjvP0
Retweeted by Joseph Weisenthal.@Samsung unveils three-sided screen #Galaxy S6 phones, mobile wallet to challenge #Apple http://t.co/eJo79MrXhj http://t.co/yNmrOd40z2
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