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On today’s show, we discuss:
- The 72-hour scramble to save the United States from a banking crisis
- Why failed Silicon Valley Bank was an outlier
- The bank panic should not exist
- Prescriptive View: Three layers of Fed failure
- What gets lost when you rescue markets
- US Bank deposits fell $54B in week before SVB collapse
- Wall Streets biggest banks rescue teetering First Republic
- Smaller banks’ critical role in economy means distress raises recession risks
- Cathie Wood’s ARKK lures biggest inflow since 2021 glory days
- A better AEI graphic of inflation over the past 20 years
- Update from Amazon CEO Andy Jassy on Amazon’s operating plan and additional role eliminations
- Job listings abound, but many are fake
- Golf at 3pm Thursday? Sure, it’s the afternoon fun economy
- Home prices fell in February for the first time in 11 years
- Savers pile money into bank CDs as rates top 5%
- In New York City a $100,000 salary feels like $36,000
- Good news: ChatGPT would probably fail a CFA exam
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