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The four major trading banks have all been highlighting their huge decline in trading volumes. .
Pammy Martens completely missed this until she read the OCC report. How is this even possible? Is Martens attempting a global conspiracy among non-readers?
Decline of big bank bond-trading - axios.com - January 18, 1019
J.P. Morgan's fixed income trading desk had the worst quarter since 2008. Citi's bond-trading revenue hit a 7-year low. Goldman Sachs' bond trading business slumped 18%. Morgan Stanley fared the worst: its fixed income business plunged 30% from a year earlier.
JP Morgan says first-quarter trading revenue to drop significantly - cnbc.com
The UN’s housing advisor has accused...Blackstone Group, of exploiting tenants, “wreaking havoc” in communities and helping to fuel a global housing crisis.
...Blackstone’s business practices...inflating rents and imposing an array of heavy fees and charges for ordinary repairs – as having “devastating consequences” for many tenants in countries around the world...pushing low and middle-income tenants from their homes.
...corporate landlords bought hundreds of thousands of ordinary family houses left empty after their owners defaulted on mortgage payments during the sub-prime crisis of 2008.