《向錢汗》 (Sweatin’ Money!) EP43: Sunday after BrExit

Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s latest episode:

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In this episode, we dabble in:

  • Federal Reserve Balance Sheets, Fund Rates, and other reports
  • BrExit: Winners and Losers, what’s next.
  • Negative German Bonds.
  • [Most of] Asia rises over the Brexit risks subside.

Sources:
House Republicans Grill Janet Yellen on Fed Operations
WallStreet Journal’s “How Interest Rates Are Set: The Fed’s New Tools Explained”…

FHFA Home Price Index Ticked Higher in April
U.S. Existing-Home Sales Rise at Fastest Pace Since 2007
U.S. Jobless Claims, Factory Data Point to Firming Economy
National Economic Index Drops Sharply as Factories Slowed: Chicago Fed
Consumer Comfort in U.S. Increases to a Three-Month High
Yellen: No Need to Stress Test Fed Balance Sheet
Khan Academy’s “Federal Reserve Balance Sheet”…

EU Referendum Result: What Time Will the Outcome of the Brexit Poll Be Announced?
Sterling, Global Stocks Rise as Markets Bet Britain Will Remain in EU
Results: UK Votes to LEAVE the E.U.
World markets Roiled by Brexit as Stocks, Pound Drop; Gold Soars
Brexit: 3 Charts That Explain What’s Happening to the U.K. Pound
Johnson Triumphs as Pound Plunges
BrExit: Nicola Sturgeon Says Second Scottish Independence Vote ‘Highly Likely’

Five Facts From Scottish E.U. Referendum Vote
Scotland Almost £15-Billion in Debt and its Deficit is Almost Twice as Large as the U.K. as a Whole, Say New Figures
A BrExit Could Make it Easier for Scotland to Join the E.U. as an Independent State
The Lisbon Treaty: Article 48
What is Article 50 – and How Does it Work?
5 Questions for Britain and Europe After the BrExit Vote
The BrExit Result Will Have China Worried
《向錢汗》 (Sweatin’ Money!) EP38: E.U. says PRC not a Market Economy due to “dumping”, restricts Business Deals…

China Laughs at Britain’s hope to Negotiate Quick Free Trade Deal Following BrExit
A Short History of Britain and the European Union
After BrExit Vote, Britain Asks Googl: ‘What Is the E.U.?’
Is Apple Truly Rotten to the Core?

Ruling in India Clears Way for Apple’s Long-Awaited Retail Expansion
Tesla Takeover of Solar City Not a ‘No-Brainer’ for All Investors
Billionaire Li Ka-Shing Says China’s Economic Outlook Is Bright
Hong Kong’s Richest Man Calls for Higher Tax Amid Wealth Gap
What Impact Do Higher Taxes Have on Inequality?
The Interesting Thing That Happened When Kansas Cut Taxes and California Hiked Them
China Weighs on 2015 Global Industrial Robot Sales Growth
Costco, Citi Flooded With Complaints in Rocky Card Rollout
OPEC Registers First Collective Deficit Since 1998
McDonalds to sell their Greater China Operations:

[International Markets]
‘BrExit’ Upends China’s Plans for Turmoil-Free Summer

Playbook Positions:
-PHG – Down.
-SQ – Down. Long.
-DNKN – Down. Long.
-DIS – Down. Long.
-MCD – Down. Long.

Recommendations:
The Price of Profits
How They Got It So Wrong. Complacent Traders Stunned by BrExit

Companies mentioned:
-Google(GOOG)
-Tesla (TSLA)
-Solar City (SCTY)
-Costco (COST)
-American Express (AMEX)
-Visa (V)
-Citi (CITI)
-Apple (AAPL)
-McDonalds (MCD)

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