August electricity bills for US consumers jumped the most since 1981, gaining 15.8% from the same period a year ago, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The stock market came under pressure after the consumer price index report for August showed higher-than-expected inflation.
A little over an hour ago we reported that while everyone was waiting for the Fed's WSJ mouthpiece Nick Timiraos to leak whatever it is that Powell wanted markets to know during the Fed's blackout period, Nomura became the first bank to forecast an out of consensus 100bps rate hike during next week's FOMC meeting.
Charlie Munger warns about the biggest inflationary bubble in world history bursting and shares his thoughts on how it is going to unfold. He elaborates on the difficulty of building wealth for the young generation of today compared to his. Charlie says that we’re flirting with serious trouble and the consequences may be worse than what Paul Volcker was dealing with in the 1970s.