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Banks unrealized losses on held-to-maturity securities totaled $309.6 billion in the 2nd quarter, while unrealized losses on available-for-sale securities totaled $248.9 billion.

Banks unrealized losses on held-to-maturity securities totaled $309.6 billion in the 2nd quarter, while unrealized losses on available-for-sale securities totaled $248.9 billion.

Source: https://www.fdic.gov/analysis/quarterly-banking-profile/qbp/2023jun/qbp.pdf Post with more information: https://www.reddit.com/r/Superstonk/comments/16ciko6/unrealized_losses_on_securities_totaled_5584/ TLDRS: * Unrealized losses on securities totaled $558.4 billion in the 2nd quarter, up $42.9 billion (8.3%) from the
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Hedge Fund Industry Asset Flow Report May 2023: "May marked the 12th consecutive monthly net outflow for the hedge fund industry. It was also the largest net outflow for the month of May weโ€™ve seen since at least 2009."

https://www.evestment.com/news/hedge-fund-industry-asset-flow-report-may-2023/ Aggregate Net Outflows Persist Amid Low Volume of Asset Movement May marked the 12th consecutive monthly net outflow for the hedge fund industry. It was also the largest net outflow for the month of May weโ€™ve seen since at least 2009. While not
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Inflation Alert! Purchasing power of dollars continues to VANISH! In June, purchasing power of $100 in January 2000 is now $55.40 (-$.20 from April & $1 since January!).

Remember, CPI tracks the loss of the purchasing power of your dollars, & thereby the purchasing power of your hard earned labor. Source: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/CUUR0000SA0R#0 Let's zoom in on this since 2020: CPI tracks the loss of the purchasing power of your dollars, and thereby the
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Distressed Firms and the Large Effects of Monetary Policy Tightenings: "the share of nonfinancial firms in financial distress has reached a level that is higher than during most previous tightening episodes since the 1970s"

Distressed Firms and the Large Effects of Monetary Policy Tightenings Ander Perez-Orive and Yannick Timmer Source: https://www.federalreserve.gov/econres/notes/feds-notes/distressed-firms-and-the-large-effects-of-monetary-policy-tightenings-20230623.html * The stance of U.S. monetary policy has tightened significantly starting in March 2022. * At the same time, the share of nonfinancial firms in financial
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From SEC staff Memorandum: Figures 9B and 10B display daily counts of gross positions that surpass 7% and 10% of a U.S. listed security's market cap, respectively.

A single participant can hold multiple large positions, hence the count can exceed the total number of market participants... Source: Memorandum from the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis Look at how everything spikes in 2021... If you would like to comment about this, check out this post: SEC REOPENS
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Inflation Alert! The purchasing power of the dollar continues to VANISH! In May, the purchasing power of $100 in January 2000 is now $55.60 (down $.10 from April).

Remember, CPI tracks the loss of the purchasing power of your dollars, and thereby the purchasing power of your hard earned labor. Source: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/CUUR0000SA0R Let's zoom in on this since 2020: Down it goes :( CPI tracks the loss of the purchasing power of your dollars,
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