The Tweet of the day goes to Bloomberg's Tracy Alloway.
In contrast to 2015, this is not just oil-related. Let's fill in all the missing pieces.
First Time Since Lehman
Not a single company has borrowed money through the $1.2tn US high-yield corporate bond market this month. If that drought persists, it would be the first month since November 2008 that not a single high-yield bond priced in the market, according to data providers Informa and Dealogic.
Junk Bond Spreads
Leveraged Loan Deals
Contrary Indicators "No Recession in Sight"
This one is either downright funny or ironically serious, depending on your point of view.
Looming Maturity Wall
Not Just US
The above Bloomberg chart notes "capitulation". I disagree.
On a short-term basis the Bloomberg chart does indeed look like a serious selloff.
Long-term, we are not even close.
An asset-bubble, credit-bust recession is on the way.
Mike "Mish" Shedlock