Articles by Lehman Brothers

  • Apple Inc: Analyst Bullish on Apple; Tech Bubble Underway Says Hedge Fund Manager

    May 08 2014 2:21 PM

    Analyst Brian White of Cantor Fitzgerald and Hedge Fund Manager David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital Inc. are both bullish on Apple Stock

  • Tech Bubble Rising? Greenlight's David Ernhorn Sees Second Bubble in 15 Years Amid Facebook, Twitter SlumpTech Bubble Rising? Greenlight's David Ernhorn Sees Second Bubble in 15 Years Amid Facebook, Twitter Slump

    April 23 2014 6:59 PM

    Greenlight Capital's David Ernhorn has declared in his fund's quarterly investor letter that he sees another tech bubble coming possibly in 15 years. In a CNBC report, Mr Ernhorn wrote that "there is a clear consensus" of the coming of a second tech bubble.

  • JPMorgan May Pay Record $13 Billion Fine For Role In Subprime Mortgage Crisis

    October 21 2013 4:11 PM

    U.S. banking giant JP Morgan Chase will reportedly pay $13 billion to end federal and state investigations into mortgage-backed securities it sold before the financial crisis, marking the largest civil penalty ever levied onto a U.S. company and wiping out more than half of the bank's 2012 profits.

  • The US Fed’s Debt Recycling Program

    September 26 2013 6:32 PM

    Have equity investors already priced in 'QE Forever'? If so, is there nowhere left to go but down?

  • Energy Investors Take Note

    September 23 2013 3:56 PM

    These ominous words hit the finance sphere this week. If you've tuned in to the Daily Reckoning lately, you might think it was Family Wealth editor Vern Gowdie repeating his warning of a 90% stock crash. But these words actually belong to William White.

  • US Market Crash Flag Still Flying

    September 06 2013 9:58 AM

    The flag is not a prediction. It's merely a warning - like the flag at the beach that warns of a dangerous riptide. You can still go in the water. But watch out. You could get washed out to sea.

  • A Manufacturing Industry Revolution

    September 05 2013 8:23 AM

    Yesterday's data dump was a non-event. Retail sales rose 0.1%, the current account deficit widened a little, and the RBA didn't change interest rates. The ASX200 followed suit with its own dramatic move, rising 0.16%.

  • Ladbrokes Bookers Odds: 50-1 Bill Gates, 100-1 Tim Cook New Microsoft (MSFT) CEO

    August 30 2013 9:40 AM

    Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and richest man in the world; well qualified to lead any company, good leadership qualities and he's done it before.Tim Cook, 15-year veteran at Apple Inc. may also be asked to step in for Steve Ballmer at Redmond

  • US Market Crash Alert!

    August 30 2013 8:17 AM

    Our operating hunch is that US stocks, Treasuries and gold have all turned over recent months.

  • The Federal Reserve’s Minutes Add to the Confusion

    August 23 2013 6:00 PM

    After all the pent up anxiety, the release last night was anticlimactic. 'We know little now that we didn't know going into the release of the minutes,' said Dave Meger, director of metals a Chicago trading firm quoted at

  • Productive Investments

    July 29 2013 2:16 PM

    A few Melbourne Victory football supporters made it to the MCG last night. The rest of the 95,000 were all raving Scousers for a night. They even tried to sing 'You'll Never Walk Alone' in a Liverpudlian accent.

  • Warren Buffett Invades Twitterland; Gets 188,000 Followers Right Away

    May 03 2013 9:29 AM

    nvestment guru Warren Buffet just opened an account with Twitter with the handle @WarrenBuffet, and he already has more than 188,000 followers in a matter of hours.

  • Revolution at JPMorgan as It Looses Co-COO Bisignano

    April 30 2013 9:29 AM

    J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. the financial behemoth, which employees 258,965 people and is considered the largest US Bank with operations across the globe, announced the departure of its Co-Chief Operating Officer Frank Bisignano on the 28th April 2013.

  • When the Bernanke Bluff is Called

    March 04 2013 7:19 PM

    The stock market fell 27% in a single day. Bank of America suspended ATM payouts and JP Morgan applied for bankruptcy protection. Citigroup defaulted on its bonds and Deutsche Bank shares weren't allowed to trade on Europe's stock markets after its shares fell 86% on America's stock market.

  • Why Government Debt Blows Up

    November 08 2012 2:15 PM

    Richard Koo knows what's going on. At least, to a point. He's a fool, but not an idiot. In Bastiat's terms, he sees the effects of a debt deflation. As for the unseen consequences of the government's efforts to fix it, he doesn't even bother to look.

  • S&P Gives Greece 1 In 3 Chances Of Leaving Eurozone

    June 05 2012 11:09 AM

    Ratings agency Standard & Poor's forecast Tuesday that after its June 17 election, Greece will have one-in-three chance of abandoning the euro in the coming months.

  • Australian Stock Market Report – Midday 5/31/2012

    May 31 2012 12:29 PM

    Despite a positive start to the trading week, the Australian share market continues to be sold off today, and is on track to close out May with an 8.5pct drop. That would make it the worst month on the Australian share market since the collapse of US investment bank Lehman Brothers in September 2008. In early trade, the All Ordinaries Index (XAO) is down 47.2pts or 1.1pct to 4101.5. Following falls on European and US share markets overnight on more worries about the deepening European debt crisi...

  • IMF Warns Greece's Euro Exit Would be "Quite Messy" and "Extremely Expensive"

    May 21 2012 9:57 AM

    Head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has warned that the consequences of Greece exiting the euro would be "extremely expensive and hard, and not just for Greece."

  • Of Drop Bears, Drinking Games and Australian Banks

    May 14 2012 6:13 PM

    This week, three seemingly unrelated stories hit the news.

  • Australian Stock Market Report - Afternoon 3/8/2012

    March 08 2012 7:37 PM

    The Australian sharemarket improved for the first time this week, with the All Ordinaries Index (XAO) jumping by 0.7 pct or 27.8 pts to 4262.2. Eight of twelve sectors rose over the session, with the energy stocks the best performers.