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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive October 29

Fed leaves rates unchanged, ends asset buying, promises low rates. Detroit’s pension consultant gets sued for incompetence and negligence.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive October 22

CPI remains muted. Mortgage activity increases as rates fall. Ocwen gets caught backdating letters and abusing its mortgage clients.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive October 20

IBM misses big. CoreLogic notes that mortgage credit is very tight. What about debt and income? The Fed borrows way more than the deficit.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive October 14

Bay area home sales strong from a year ago but weak for the month. Fear index hits a very high 1.53. Shale oil companies fake reserve data.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive October 10

Import and export prices fall further into the red. Barclays setteles another LIBOR suit. Major averages fall hard for the week.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive October 2

Factory orders plunge, auto sales slip. Stockton’s bankruptcy goes against pensioners. Nanax figures HFT harms investors and is illegal.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive September 29

Consumer spending matches expectations +.3% as does the Dallas Fed +3.7. Carmen Segarra outs Goldman Sachs and the NY Federal Reserve.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive September 9

Consumer credit jumps again. ISDAFix interest rate rigging scandal gets referred for criminal prosecution, but will it be.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive August 27

Deflation remains a persistent threat, credit markets agree. IMF director Christine Lagarde faces a formal investigation for fraud.

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KPIG Radio – The Profit Motive August 26

Durable goods orders jump but business spending slips. Goldman Sachs pays 3.15 billion to settle MBS fraud. Richmond fed gains.

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