- Hedge funder Paul Singer is describing the bond market as the “biggest bubble in the world.” Leaning hard on gold.
- Goldman Sachs dials down the chances of a September interest rate hike. Now pegging the chances of a hike at 25%.
- The falling price of oil is tugging everything downward. Fund managers increase cash levels.
- The three most taxing taxes. Loving to hate some taxes more than others. That pesky Medicare surtax.
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