Not really what you’d expect from a resource that’s supposedly on the way out, is it? “It’s pretty much sold out,” Peabody Chief Executive Officer Jim Grech said Thursday during a conference call. “We only have a small portion left to be sold for 2022 and for 2023.” Arch’s thermal
I watched with amusement as a man who goes by the name of Xi addressed the United Nations telling them to do more to combat “climate change”. “We aim to have CO2 emissions peak before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060.” Unsurprisingly CNN, CNBC and the BBC dutifully published
China could be one of the first countries to release its digital currency. There is more to this than meets the eye, and could be a major strategic shift in both capital flows and local usage of non-sovereign cryptocurrencies, alongside China’s national currency.
Chris MacIntosh, Brad McFadden principal at Glenorchy Capital and co-editor of Insider at capitalist exploits, Harris (Kuppy) Kupperman from Praetorian Capital, Mike Alkin and his lead analyst Tim Chilleri from Sachem Cove partners, and last but certainly not least, Tim Staermose author of the 4th Pillar at Sovereignman take you through our thoughts on the likely outcomes of Covid-19.
The Hong Kong of today won’t be the Hong Kong of tomorrow. Now, I know what some of you are going to say. That Hong Kongers are just money grubbing, fast moving, fast eating, efficiently evolved economic animals. There is a nugget of truth in that. It’s what happens when
An old acquaintance (the CIO of an $800 million macro fund) rang me up last week to chew the fat on the Huawei deal and the ramifications. And so — since I’m a lazy bastard — I figured I’d use the meat of the conversation for this article. You’re probably
Mail thinks this is junk. Mail is smart. I propose we put “mail” onto Goldman, who it’s nice to see are squirming over the seemingly unimaginable fraud which they actively assisted in perpetrating robbing the 1MDB Malaysian sovereign wealth fund of some $5 billion. If you think Way Gilstrap (above)
Devilishly Deceptive Making History 28 billion euros in market cap. That’s how much Bayer has lost following its acquisition of Satan Monsanto. It is the largest destruction of capital in German stock market history… and it couldn’t happen to nicer folks. Funding Secured Staying with Europe… sorta. https://twitter.com/DavorKunc/status/1040962515742666753 Now THAT is