Implode-Explode Heavy Industries news feed Tracking the many faces of the global credit implosion. You can pull sub-categories from this feed by adding a ?tags=a,b,c,... style parameter. The category tags (which can be given as numbers or handles) are : id handle category description 1 housing_finance "Housing Finance News/ML-Implode Main" 2 hedge_funds "Hedge Funds News" 3 fed "The Fed, Central Banking and fin. reg." 4 foreclosures "Foreclosures (News)" 5 chavez "Hugo Chavez Watch (News)" 6 builders "Home Builders News" 7 banks "Banks News" 8 credit_bubble "Credit Bubble and Crash (News)" 9 peak_oil "Peak Oil and Energy Security (News)" 10 BRIC_v_us "BRIC countries vs. U.S. (News)" 11 gov_bk "Government Bankruptcy (News)" 12 mediawatch "Mainstream Media Watch" 13 Our commentary "IEHI Original Commentary" 14 rebalancing "Economic Rebalancing (News)" 15 pm "Precious Metals News" 16 inflation "Inflation and Deflation News" 17 nr "Natural Resources News" 18 consumer "Consumer Capitulation/Issues and Populism" 20 pe "Private Equity Implosion (News)" 21 recession "Recession/depression News" 22 ML_implosion "Mortgage Lender IMPLOSIONS" 23 HF_implosion "Hedge Fund IMPLOSIONS" 24 HB_implosion "Home Builder IMPLOSIONS" 25 Bank_implosion "Bank IMPLOSIONS" 26 ML_update "Mortgage Lender UPDATES" 27 HF_update "Hedge Fund UPDATES" 28 HB_update "Home Builder UPDATES" 29 Bank_update "Bank UPDATES" 30 RFWS "Radio Free Wall Street" 31 FHA "FHA and Mtg Regulation (News)" 32 martial_law "Martial Law/Big Brother/NWO Watch" 33 pension "Retirement Implosion (News)" 34 mtgindustry "Mortgage Industry (News)" 35 econlists "Econ insider lists" 36 iehi_fb "IEHI facebook feed" 37 robin_fb "robin facebook" 38 IEHItwitter "IEHI Twitter Feed" 39 ak_linkedin "akrowne LinkedIn (mtg industry)" en-us iehi-feed-58957 Wed, 10 Feb 2016 03:21:01 GMT Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win the New Hampshire Primaries ``Donald J. Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont harnessed working-class fury to surge to commanding victories in a New Hampshire primary that drew huge turnout across the state.

The success by two outsider candidates dealt a remarkable rebuke to the political establishment, and left the race deeply unsettled.


With close to half the precincts reporting, Mr. Trump had received almost 34 percent of the vote, and Mr. Sanders approached 60 percent.

The win for Mr. Sanders amounted to a powerful and painful rejection of Hillary Clinton, who has deep history with New Hampshire voters and offered policy ideas that seemed to reflect the flinty, moderate politics of the state. But Mr. Sanders, who has proposed an emphatically liberal agenda to raise taxes and impose regulations on Wall Street, drew support from a wide cross-section of voters, even edging her out among women, boosted by his appeal to younger women.

... the wave of support for both men was nonetheless stunning to leaders of both parties who believed that in the end, voters would embrace more experienced candidates like Mrs. Clinton or one of the Republican governors in the race. Yet the two men won significant support from voters who felt betrayed by their parties and were dissatisfied or angry with the federal government.

... Mr. Trump's candidacy, in particular, represents a hostile takeover of a party to which he has scant ties. Leveraging celebrity and a ubiquitous presence across both traditional and social media, Mr. Trump has embraced a style of populism on trade, foreign policy and immigration closer to the European nationalist parties than to American conservatism. He has never held elected office and was not even a registered Republican this time four years ago.


The unaffiliated New Hampshire voters who participated in both party primaries, and who supported Mr. Trump and Mr. Sanders in sizable numbers, appear to have found those candidates' anti-establishment messages to be an asset.

... New Hampshire's Republican leaders, who jealously guard their first-in-the-nation status, were as perplexed as they were horrified.

"By name, I only know five people supporting Donald Trump," John H. Sununu, a former governor, said Tuesday. "So I say I cannot understand this electorate."

iehi-feed-58956 Wed, 10 Feb 2016 02:51:12 GMT A Crash Course on Deflation iehi-feed-58955 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 23:52:05 GMT Why Chinese Factories Fare Poorly in the U.S. iehi-feed-58954 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 22:14:30 GMT Quicken Loans Super Bowl Ad Promotes Using Homes As ATMs iehi-feed-58953 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 19:41:49 GMT Nationstar: Servicer's Stock Price (And With New Branding Scheme, It's Dignity) Closes at New Low... | Mandelman Matters iehi-feed-58952 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 19:40:21 GMT Shkreli is sued over his $2 million Wu-Tang Clan album iehi-feed-58951 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 19:39:18 GMT Deutsche Bank Is ‘Absolutely Rock-Solid,' Cryan Tells Employees iehi-feed-58950 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 18:34:16 GMT Global shares extend losses on fears over global growth, banks iehi-feed-58949 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 18:33:05 GMT Sears to speed up store closings after challenging holiday iehi-feed-58948 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 14:45:57 GMT German Judges Slam TTIP Dispute-Resolution Mechanism iehi-feed-58947 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 14:44:09 GMT Why the ‘Sultan of Chaos' [Erdogan] is freaking out iehi-feed-58946 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 14:42:41 GMT We Are Watching The Financial Collapse! iehi-feed-58945 Tue, 09 Feb 2016 02:58:55 GMT Nationstar: A Multi-billion Dollar Settlement over Foreclosure Practices Waiting to Happen | Mandelman Matters iehi-feed-58944 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 21:24:54 GMT BOMBSHELL: A Week After Silver "Fix" Broken; 6 Large Miners Ditch LME iehi-feed-58943 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 17:24:22 GMT Dot Com 2.0 -- The Sequel Unfolds iehi-feed-58942 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 17:21:48 GMT Wall St. in selloff mode as techs extend rout, oil falls iehi-feed-58941 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 15:24:45 GMT Why a selloff in European banks is ominous Deutsche Bank is shaking to its foundations -- is a new banking crisis around the corner?]]> iehi-feed-58940 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 15:10:55 GMT Janet Yellen is finding herself increasingly fenced in The problem is that the labor market seems to be tightening -- despite a comedown in the pace of U.S. economic growth as well as slowing corporate earnings growth. The labor tightness is resulting from falling productivity, fewer qualified applicants and the still-low percentage of Americans in the labor force. Wage inflation is also on the rise.

Taken together, all of this feels a little "stagflation-y" because it suggests the economy could get the job and wage gains we've been waiting for, but in a way that's bad for the stock market and the overall economy. If that dynamic deepens, Yellen will have no easy policy prescriptions...

iehi-feed-58939 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 15:07:52 GMT China's looming debt crisis is no cause for alarm, says PBOC expert iehi-feed-58938 Mon, 08 Feb 2016 14:02:06 GMT Quicken's 'Rocket Mortgage' Super Bowl ad sparks backlash