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Boeing has problems with some engines it uses. They come just as the 737 MAX issues are in the rear view. The jet maker’s future is burdened by inertia and a growing debt load. As GE shows, that can take decades to unwind, writes @TheRealLSL. https://t.co/oDJQNlI5Kr https://t.co/0Y5Ad3Rrx6
The Brazilian government has stuck its finger into state oil group Petrobras. The move risks international investors giving Brazil the finger, writes @richardbeales1. Get the latest pandemic-related insights in Capital Calls. https://t.co/c8eC6FahRH https://t.co/NahUi5aLMQ
seeing stories crop up about RISING INTEREST RATES. let's keep it in perspective. we have a DECADES-long decline in 10-year Treasuries. PS that's not due to belt tightening in Congress. PPS damn shame Congress did not spend more in the Great Recession. shame on inflationists! https://t.co/31slO8Qflh
Intel trades at a big discount to peers that design chips and rivals that produce them. Splitting would help close the gap, but its size and worldwide capacity constraints mean a complete separation will take years, writes @rob_cyran. https://t.co/x0Eo5eJA3J https://t.co/e5h5Y1NIou
Watch: Microsoft’s possible interest in Pinterest isn’t as odd as it seems. The software giant's interest in buying communities, the scrapbooking site's valuation and its low profile in Washington may all be part of the mix. @rob_cyran explains. https://t.co/sPglkOZo19
Listen: Tesla’s $1.5 billion bitcoin buy is a wink to virtual-investment, anti-establishment fervor, if a challenge to accounting rules, @richardbeales1 argues. Meantime, Japanese carmakers are going gaga for hydrogen and Parisian finance is in tumult. https://t.co/LoAwQt9F9d
“Bitcoin has emerged as the institutional safe-haven asset,” MicroStrategy Co-Founder @michael_saylor says. “In the modern era, cash is becoming a liability because the money supply is expanding at 15% and the purchasing power of the cash keeps degrading.“ Full interview: https://t.co/a6Lgt8GEcL
I’m afraid this is nonsense. Nothing could be further from a safe haven. (BTW most companies don’t buy gold, either.) https://t.co/Rx5MAt2KzJ