In upside-down world, strong jobs report produces market sell-off.
"True, markets will have a hard time sidestepping last Friday’s strong jobs data, which to some all but guarantee a Fed interest-rate hike just in time for the holidays. The fear is that anticipation of the hike could lead to a repeat of the volatility we saw this summer."We're screwed.
Banks holding $10 trillion in risky investments expecting government bailouts again.
I'm sitting at my PC disputing the death of PCs.