A rise in bankruptcy filings points to increasing bankruptcies, loan charge-off rates and delinquencies, suggesting credit spreads are not reflective of the underlying credit backdrop.
There are a large number of people waiting for a full-spectrum, apocalyptic crash of the Western system. What I maintain is that it won't happen. And I hope to convince you that I'm right.
An odd - holiday-shortened week - with hawkish actions (foreign) and words (domestic) from central bankers; weak macro data globally (US hard data outperformed but 'soft' survey data is completely decoupled); the yield curve collapsed, screaming rece
BANKS WARN: RECESSION AT OUR DOORSTEP! - "THIS WON'T END WELL"
These distressed assets are unable to refinance while regional banks are tightening credit standards amid a period of high borrowing costs -- and couple that with sliding CRE prices and some properties, such as office space and malls, where vacancy r
Are you deeply struggling right now? If so, I want you to know that you are not alone.
Americans are pulling hundreds of billions of dollars out of banks at the fastest pace in nearly 39 years as many economic experts are beginning to predict a repeat of the 2008 "Great Recession."
The implications of these scandalous revelations go far beyond the real estate sector and affect the broader worldwide economy...
US econowatchers have been stumped by a bizarre divergence in the US economy in recent months
Interest-only loans as a share of new commercial mortgage-backed securities issuance increased to 88% in 2021, up from 51% in 2013, according to Trepp...
As the federal government strives to contain financial market turmoil, the next risk looming over the nation's banks is in plain sight: the $20 trillion commercial real estate market.
1:02 / 8:12 News you need to know...June 1st...More evidence we are in a recession.
'we are already slowing,' says developer of the yield-curve indicator
Gross Domestic Income (GDI) and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) are two measures of the same thing. But they radically differ in outlook...
Regulators and lenders valued customer accounts higher when rates rose
Peter Schiff appeared on First TV's I'm Right with Jesse Kelly to talk about the state of the economy, inflation, and the unfolding financial crisis. Peter warned that we're heading straight toward Great Depression 2.0.
Josh Sigurdson talks with Tim Picciott, The Liberty Advisor about the recent warnings of a major recession by "The Conference Board" which is a shadow government organization that's been around for 107 years and has been involved in the creation of t
Reminiscent of the period around the collapse of Bear Sterns. What is interesting is that the FDIC is borrowing $228 Bil.
Hedge fund manager and macro economic expert Hugh Hendry just issued a major warning on the US banking system and the American economy as a whole. In a new interview on Bloomberg Markets, Hendry says mass panic and capital flight away from the US
The twin crashes in US commercial real estate and the US bond market have collided with $9 trillion uninsured deposits in the American banking system. Such deposits can vanish in an afternoon in the cyber age.
They actually did it. Even though banks are collapsing, the commercial real estate market is imploding, home sales are plunging, and large companies are laying off workers all over America, the Federal Reserve just decided to raise interest rates ev
With David Morgan of The Morgan Report
Yes, you read the headline correctly. Collectively, the three big banks that have collapsed in 2023 had more assets than all 25 banks that collapsed in 2008 did.
It should have been apparent to everyone that the dark clouds on the horizon would bring a storm, and now rain is furiously falling all around us. Our entire system is being viciously shaken, and the dominoes are going to continue to fall in the mon
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index (LEI) for the US fell by 1.2% in March. It was the 12th straight month of declines in the LEI.
-- Will Happen This Year If virtually everyone is expecting a recession, and most people start acting accordingly, do you think that will make an economic downturn less likely or more likely?
Zoltan Pozsar: The World Changed 12 months ago.
"Refinancing risks are front and center" for owners of properties from office buildings to stores and warehouses, Morgan Stanley analysts including James Egan wrote in a note this past week.
'So, we have a situation here where it's not merely -- it's not the canary in the coal mine has died but the miners are starting to die, too.'
Peter Schiff recently appeared on Real America with Dan Ball to talk about the weakening US dollar, the less-than-stellar jobs report, and the trajectory of the economy.