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Kyle Bass Is Having A Bad Day - Greek Bank Stocks Crash To 16-Month Lows

Just over a month ago, Kyle Bass discussed why he was long effectively "long Greece."

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Funds Managing $1.1 Trillion Are Dumping Junk Bonds

Even before Ray Dalio doubled down on his warning that the US has become as dangerously fragmented as during the pre-World War II days of 1937, prompting him to "tactically reduce" risk, some of the biggest names on Wall Street were selling.

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Pimco CIO Says Firm Is "Reducing Risk Across The Board"

Mark Kiesel probably isn't the first name that springs to mind when Pimco's investment strategies are being discussed.  That honor, ironically, still resides with Bill Gross even though he departed the firm for Janus over 3 years ago. 

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Barrage Of Billionaire Bears Predict Doom And Gloom, Refuse To Sell

Shortly after the most famous PIMCO alum, Bill Gross, unleashed today's dose of doom and gloom when he warned that market risk is the "highest since before the 2008 financial crisis" and warned that “instead of buying low and selling high, you’re buying high and crossing your fingers,” his replacement and current PIMCO CIO, Dan Ivascyn shared a similar dour outlook on the economy at the Bloomberg Invest summit, where he predicted that U.S. growth will "likely be in the mid-2% range and, given the current global fiscal and geopolitical risks, the 10-year Treasury could fall as low as 1.5%."

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Barrage Of Billionaire Bears Predict Doom And Gloom, Refuse To Sell

Shortly after the most famous PIMCO alum, Bill Gross, unleashed today's dose of doom and gloom when he warned that market risk is the "highest since before the 2008 financial crisis" and warned that “instead of buying low and selling high, you’re buying high and crossing your fingers,” his replacement and current PIMCO CIO, Dan Ivascyn shared a similar dour outlook on the economy at the Bloomberg Invest summit, where he predicted that U.S. growth will "likely be in the mid-2% range and, given the current global fiscal and geopolitical risks, the 10-year Treasury could fall as low as 1.5%."

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