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To: Les H who wrote (28047)10/19/2021 5:44:55 PM
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Agreed today everything is about clicks or likes or thumbs up etc.

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From: Les H10/19/2021 8:19:21 PM
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Zillow is no longer buying homes. What does that mean for the house-flipping market?

usatoday.com

They used up their budget for the year to buy homes.

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To: Don Green who wrote (28052)10/19/2021 9:35:54 PM
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The World has bigger problems than Covid

finance.yahoo.com

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To: Les H who wrote (28053)10/20/2021 10:50:00 AM
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Inside Brazil’s Dangerous Battle Over Fake News
BY MARIANA PALAU | OCTOBER 19, 2021
In the 2022 election campaign, Jair Bolsonaro and his followers may test the limits of democracy to protect their “right” to post.

americasquarterly.org

Bolsanaro is Brazil's Trump. If the vaccines had completed trials and gone to mass distribution under Trump's watch, I think it would've all been a different story. Everything is about attacking things that are perceived to benefit the opposition.

His Ivermectin Covid cocktails in lieu of vaccination have been a disaster. Calls to charge him for crimes endangering the population with quack remedies (probably personally profiting his cronies).

nytimes.com

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To: Les H who wrote (28055)10/20/2021 10:51:45 AM
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Fox anchor Neil Cavuto tests positive for Covid-19

apnews.com

He's fully vaccinated. Like CNN's John King, he's disclosed he has MS.

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From: Les H10/20/2021 10:58:56 AM
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Banks Disclose Tidbits of Hidden Stock Market Leverage, as Known Stock Market Leverage Surges
by Wolf Richter • Oct 15, 2021

wolfstreet.com

Those 1.47 trillion dollars in reverse repos are there for the banks to hold low-risk assets on their balance sheets, giving them the ability to increase the risky assets. Since the repos are rolled over every night, they probably don't have to put up any margin.

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To: Les H who wrote (28056)10/20/2021 11:04:21 AM
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Neil Cavuto MS condition has been public know for many years

newshounds.us

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To: Don Green who wrote (28058)10/20/2021 1:07:15 PM
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To: Don Green who wrote (28059)10/20/2021 1:11:37 PM
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SEC Gary Gensler: Vast Majority Of Retail Market Orders Go To Dark Pool

valuewalk.com

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From: Les H10/20/2021 3:06:37 PM
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The oil, gas, and coal production plans of some of the world's biggest oil, gas, and coal producers far exceed the emissions targets set in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, a UN report has warned.

The report by the United Nations Environmental Program found that 15 big fossil fuel producers intended to produce 110 percent more oil, coal, and gas in 2030 than is consistent with the Paris Agreement's scenario for limiting rising temperatures to 1.5 degrees from the pre-industrial era, and 45 percent more than is consistent with the 2-degree scenario.

What's more, the world's big fossil fuel producers plan to continue raising oil and gas production over the next twenty years. On top of that, coal production is seen declining only marginally, according to the authors of the report. This is even more out of sync with Paris Agreement targets, the report warned.

oilprice.com

They're skeptical of the ability to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

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