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On this episode of On The Tape Guy Adami and Danny Moses are holding down the fort on this week’s On The Tape! Silicon Valley Bank launches $2.25 billion share sale to shore up capital base (3:10). The issue doesn’t appear to be systemic, but it could be foreshadowing of turbulent airways ahead (12:45). Jerome Powell spoke, Fed Funds Futures flipped (18:40). Guy & Danny stress the importance of having a plan when trading this downward trending market (25:30). What we’re seeing isn’t a credit issue, it’s a leverage issue (31:30). It’s time for gold to get off the mat (32:45).
CME Group’s CEO Terry Duffy is back to break the internet again! Terry discusses his latest opinion piece for the Financial Times: Risk management is the alpha for a time of uncertainty (42:00). Are financial regulators missing any glaring red flags in the market right now (51:30)? How is the “bad behavior” of this market different from the 2008-09 financial crisis (55:15)? Traders are losing the forest through the trees hanging on every word Jerome Powell says (59:00). We look back on the time Terry Duffy blasted disgraced FTX Founder & CEO Sam Bankman-Fried (1:01:00).
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