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Solar-Energy Company Sunrun Lied To Investors To Boost Its IPO Price

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

The largest solar-energy company in the U.S. has been called out by The Wall Street Journal for manipulating a key sales metric shortly to try and boost the company’s share price ahead of its IPO.

In a report published Monday, WSJ got the jump on investigators at the SEC, who had announced their own investigation into shady reporting practices at solar-energy companies earlier this month. WSJ alleges that Sunrun Inc., the largest solar-energy company in the U.S., encouraged its managers to delay reporting hundreds of contract cancellations – figures that would’ve prominently factored into the company’s sales metrics – during the months leading up to the company’s August 2015 IPO.

Sunrun’s shares have dramatically underperformed in recent years as solar demand in California, the U.S.’s largest market, has slowed, contributing to a string of bankruptcies. Sunrun shares recently traded at $4.91, about one-third of their IPO price.


The SEC is also investigating Elon Musk’s Solar City for engaging in similarly shady reporting practices, WSJ reported earlier this onth.

The paper hangs the story on on Darren Jennings, a former manager at the company who says he was pressured to delay reporting more than 200 cancellations – amounting ot a whopping 40% of total orders – while working for the firm in Hawaii, it’s biggest market, and three other former managers. Solar firms typically give customers a few days after installation to reconsider. 

 “The big internal push was to cram as many sales as we could through the pipeline,” Jennings said. “If those deals cancelled, we would not report it.”

When approached by WSJ, Lynn Jurich, Sunrun’s chief executive and co-founder and Edward Fenster, Sunrun’s co-founder and chairman, both declined to comment.
However, they did provide a statement to WSJ – but it didn’t directly address the allegations that the pair had overseen a managerial culture where employees were encouraged to misreport material information and mislead investors, all to try and boost the offering price.

Jurich said the company “reviewed the digital audit trail in our systems” and “turned up no evidence that our sales employees changed cancellation dates in our systems to delay the reporting of cancellations.”

“I proudly stand by Sunrun’s workplace culture, our values


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OPEC Thinks Deeper Cuts Might Not Be Required

Courtesy of Irina Slav, OilPrice.com

[As posted on Zero Hedge]

The addition of another couple of smaller producers to the OPEC-non-OPEC oil production cut deal will be enough to bring global supply to a more acceptable level. That’s what Saudi Oil Minister Khalid Al-Falih said at a news conference in Riyadh.

The reduction will take the whole nine months of the output cut extension that should be announced next week at OPEC’s Vienna meeting, Al-Falih said.

“We believe that continuation with the same level of cuts, plus eventually adding one or two small producers … will be more than adequate to bring the five-year balance to where they need to be by the end of the first quarter 2018.”

The initial deal failed to bring supply back within the limits of the five-year average, which is considered by OPEC to be a fair measure of oil’s fundamentals.

The new potential additions to the deal were not named, but there are also reports that OPEC may deepen the cuts, according to Reuters. This pushed prices up, so both Brent crude and West Texas Intermediate started the week with gains. For now, the prospect of deeper as well as more extensive cuts is only a rumor, but it could turn into reality as OPEC is eager to demonstrate its willingness to do whatever it takes to prop up prices. 

Meanwhile, shale producers are continuing to boost their production, with Goldman Sachs reporting a staggering 128-percent increase in the number of active drilling rigs since May. In absolute terms, the increase is of 404 rigs, allowing the shale patch to increase output to 9.3 million bpd, or 10 percent more than in mid-2016. This has the U.S. breathing down Saudi Arabia’s neck as the world’s third-largest producer, and raises the stakes for the output cut extension.

If the U.S. continues to build production, which in all likelihood it will, and with Nigeria and Libya also boosting their crude output, the rest of OPEC, Russia, and their partners face an uphill battle to keep prices rising over the second half of 2017 and the first quarter of 2018.





Trump Asked Intel Officials To Help “Push Back” Against Russia Probe: WaPo

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

President Donald Trump is in Israel, but back home, the Washington Post just released the latest anonymously sourced takedown. This time, the paper is alleging that Trump also asked two of his own appointees, National Security Agency head Mike Rogers and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, for help “pushing back” against the Russian investigation, in other word, obstructing justice.

Once again, the report relies on anonymous “current and former” officials who were writing down notes of their convesations with Trump in real time in personal notebooks. WaPo reports:

“Trump made separate appeals to the director of national intellifence, Daniel Coats, and to Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency, urging them to publicly deny the existence of any evidence of collusion during the 2016 election.”

Trump sought their assistance after former FBI Director James Comey testified to the House Intelligence Committee on March 20 that the FB was investigating any links between the Trump campaign and Russian government, WaPo noted.

Trump’s conversation with Rogers was documented contemporaneously in an internal memo written by a senior NSA official, according to the officials.

It is unclear if a similar memo was prepared by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to document Trump’s conversation with Coats. Officials said such memos could be made available to both the special counsel now overseeing the Russia investigation and congressional investigators, who might explore whether Trump sought to impede the FBI’s work.

Coats and Rogers both deemed the request “inappropriate” and “refused to comply,” WaPo noted, citing two current and two former officials – who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private communications with the president.

The editors at WaPo are probably celebrating their latest scoop that will likely be confirmed by the NYT and CNN in short order, and it is clear that the implications of WaPo’s allegations are that Trump is impeachable.

But we maintain that these anonymously-sourced, second-hand stories are a problem, and just the other day Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi explained why in a compelling column for the magazine. There are some major inconsistencies in  terms of what the public knows about this investigation, Taibbi noted.


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Chinese Media “Applauds” China’s CIA-Spy Killing Spree: “Washington Has No Idea What’s Going On”

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

China’s Global Times, published by the official People’s Daily, said in an editorial in its Chinese and English-language editions that, if reports of China “systematically dismantling CIA spying operations, killing or imprisoning more than a dozen sources” are true, it was a victory for China.

As we previously detailed, an influential state-run newspaper applauded China’s anti-espionage efforts on Monday after the New York Times said China had killed or imprisoned up to 20 CIA sources, hobbling U.S. spying operations in a massive intelligence breach.

And now, as Reuters reports, China’s Global Times, published by the official People’s Daily, said in an editorial:

If this article is telling the truth, we would like to applaud China’s anti-espionage activities. Not only was the CIA’s spy network dismantled, but Washington had no idea what happened and which part of the spy network had gone wrong,” the paper said.

“It can be taken as a sweeping victory. Perhaps it means even if the CIA makes efforts to rebuild its spy network in China, it could face the same result,” it said.

However the widely read paper, which is known for its strongly nationalist stance, said one part of the report was false.

As for one source being shot in a government courtyard, that is a purely fabricated story, most likely a piece of American-style imagination based on ideology,” it said.

The story has attracted thousands of comments on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter, with many people expressing glee that the spy ring was broken.

“Strike hard against spy traitors, protect the country’s security!” wrote one Weibo user.

“Well done! Good on you China,” wrote another.

This is the ally that President Trump holds so close?





Police Confirm Fatalities After Reports Of An Explosion At Ariana Grande Concert In Manchester

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Update: British trainlines out of Manchester Victoria station are currently blocked.

The explosions can be heard in the following clip… (around 7 seconds)

If you look towards the left you see the explosion and hear the bang. I hope to GOD everyone is ok, and so glad Jess and Em are. #manchester pic.twitter.com/q81KHGEJ6E

— Joe Gregory (@JoeAaronGregory) May 22, 2017

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As we detailed earlier, two loud explosions were reported this evening at Manchester Arena by people attending a pop concert by Ariana Grande in an event that Greater Manchester Police is now describing as ‘serious’.  People reportedly fled the stadium after hearing “two loud explosions”.

Greater Manchester Police is now confirming there are a number of confirmed fatalities:

Police statement on incident at Manchester Arena pic.twitter.com/gaKASukx9a

— G M Police (@gmpolice) May 22, 2017

Members of the public have been advised to avoid the arena.

Network Rail has reported that train lines in and out of Manchester are currently blocked.

One Twitter user wrote: “Honestly worst night of my existence. Just kept running from Manchester Arena for my life.”

Another added: “Just got out of Manchester arena after seeing Ariana perform. There was a loud bang when the lights came on & everyone ran out screaming.”

Live feed here:

Video of the scenes form just after the explosion:

#Manchester: Heavy explosions at the #Manchester Arena. There are casualties. Panic and chaos.#England pic.twitter.com/cOZVHQxpxs

— WorldOnAlert (@worldonalert) May 22, 2017

@SkyNews When the bang went off #Manchester pic.twitter.com/ZvYzSzrBwc

— Zach Bruce (@Zach_bruce) May 22, 2017

Emergency services have rushed to the scene.

Ambulance crews make their way to Manchester Arena after major incident. Several injuries being treated and police cordon in place. pic.twitter.com/jnNETqfJcM

— Darryl Morris (@darrylmorris) May 22, 2017





Comey Hearing Delayed: Chaffetz Postpones Hearing So Comey Can Speak With Special Counsel

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Last week, in a frenzied attempt to get to the bottom of the ‘Comey memos’ fiasco, Jason Chaffetz scheduled a hearing for the former FBI Director to appear before the House Oversight Committee this Wednesday at 9:30AM.  That said, per the tweet below, Chaffetz apparently scheduled the hearing before even tracking down Comey’s latest cell phone number. 

Officially noticed a hearing for next Wed at 9:30am ET with former FBI Dir Comey. But I still need to speak with him…evidently has a new #

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) May 17, 2017

Now, it appears that Chaffetz was finally able to track down Comey’s new cell number but it only resulted in the meeting being postponed due to Comey’s desire to speak with Special Counsel Mueller before giving public testimony.

Spoke with Comey. He wants to speak with Special Counsel prior to public testimony. Hearing Wed postponed. @GOPoversight

— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) May 22, 2017

Of course, Comey has also agreed to a hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee though that meeting won’t be scheduled until after Memorial Day. 

So is Comey getting cold feet or does he just need to get his story straight with the Special Counsel before speaking publicly…bit of both?

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Below is our previous notes on Chaffetz’s efforts to obtain the now-infamous “Comey Memos.”

Update: Jason Chaffetz office just released the letter sent to the FBI’s Andrew McCabe demanding all Comey-Trump related memos…

Today, the New York Times reported former Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey memorialized the content of phone calls and meetings with the President in a series of internal memoranda. At least one such memorandum reportedly describes a conversation in which the President referenced the FBI investigation of former National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and said to Comey, “I hope you can let this go.”

According to the report, “Mr. Comey created similar memos — including some that are classified — about every phone call and meeting he had with the president.” If true, these memoranda raise questions as to whether the President attempted to influence or impede the FBI’s investigation as it relates to Lt. Gen. Flynn. So the Committee can


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China Imposes Sugar Import Tariffs As High As 95%

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

While tense trade negotiations between the US and Mexico over the price and quota for U.S. imports of Mexican sugar continue (a happy ending appears unlikely, especially after a Mexican sugar company on Friday called on the government to take action against American fructose producers and protect the local industry from US deals), a new protectionist measure involving sugar half way around the globe was unveiled on Monday when China – the world’s biggest importer of the sweet substance – said it will impose significant penalties on sugar imports following lobbying by domestic mills.

According to the ruling first described by Reuters, up to a third of China’s annual sugar imports will be impacted by an extra tariff for the next three years on shipments that the government said had “seriously damaged” the domestic industry.

The details: China currently allows just over 1.9 million tonnes of imports at a tariff of 15% as part of its commitment to the World Trade Organization. All imports above this amount are slapped with a 50% levy. After Monday’s ruling, the total sugar duty will nearly double, with Beijing imposing an additional 45% tax to these imports in the current fiscal year taking the total to 95%. This will fall to 90% next year and 85% a year later, China’s Commerce Ministry said in a statement. The ruling exempted 190 smaller countries and regions from the new duty, including smaller producers such as the Philippines, Pakistan and Myanmar.

Today’s decision will drastically reduce imports from top growers such as Brazil and Thailand as it will close the big gap between Chinese sugar prices – currently double those on the London market – and international prices. However, according to traders, the higher tariffs will also likely spur increased smuggling across China’s southern border, while some imports from major producers may be shipped through third-party nations excluded from the tariffs.

While China has traditionally been a low-cost farming powerhouse, sugar is one of the few commodities where China struggles to compete given the higher costs of its smallholder farmers, who produce about 10.5 million tonnes of cane and beet sugar a year. The country then imports another 3 million tonnes a year, even as Beijing has been trying to crack down on illegal shipments of


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WaPo Reports Trump Asked More Intel Officials To Help “Push Back” Against Russia Probe

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

President Donald Trump is in Israel, but back home, the Washington Post just released the latest anonymously sourced takedown. This time, the paper is alleging that Trump also asked two of his own appointees, National Security Agency head Mike Rogers and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, for help “pushing back” against the Russian investigation, in other word, obstructing justice.

Once again, the report relies on anonymous “current and former” officials who were writing down notes of their convesations with Trump in real time in personal notebooks. WaPo reports:

“Trump made separate appeals to the director of national intellifence, Daniel Coats, and to Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency, urging them to publicly deny the existence of any evidence of collusion during the 2016 election.”

Trump sought their assistance after former FBI Director James Comey testified to the House Intelligence Committee on March 20 that the FB was investigating any links between the Trump campaign and Russian government, WaPo noted.

Trump’s conversation with Rogers was documented contemporaneously in an internal memo written by a senior NSA official, according to the officials.

It is unclear if a similar memo was prepared by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to document Trump’s conversation with Coats. Officials said such memos could be made available to both the special counsel now overseeing the Russia investigation and congressional investigators, who might explore whether Trump sought to impede the FBI’s work.

Coats and Rogers both deemed the request “inappropriate” and “refused to comply,” WaPo noted, citing two current and two former officials – who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private communications with the president.

The editors at WaPo are probably celebrating their latest scoop that will likely be confirmed by the NYT and CNN in short order, and it is clear that the implications of WaPo’s allegations are that Trump is impeachable.

But we maintain that these anonymously-sourced, second-hand stories are a problem, and just the other day Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi explained why in a compelling column for the magazine. There are some major inconsistencies in  terms of what the public knows about this investigation, Taibbi noted.


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Krieger: America Has Become A Total Joke

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

I’ve stopped calling what our government has done a cover-up. Cover-up suggests a passive activity. What they’re doing now I call aggressive deception.

– Former Senator Bob Graham, co-chair of Congress’s 9/11 Joint Inquiry

This country is becoming a total joke and it’s not merely because of Donald Trump. While he’s certainly becoming a key player in our national embarrassment, this country’s decent into a reckless Banana Republic has been a long time coming.

Let’s take stock of where things stand in mid-2017. Our opposition Democratic Party (Hillary in a leather jacket yelling about Russia) is a joke. Our corporate media is a joke. Our foreign policy is a joke. Our economy is a joke. Our justice system is a joke. It’s all a joke, and it might even be somewhat humorous if it wasn’t so incredibly dangerous.

Today’s post will focus on Trump’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia, a revolting spectacle which I could barely bring myself to follow. It all started Saturday morning as I tried to enjoy a beautiful day with my growing family and parents who were in town for a visit. My day was more or less ruined upon witnessing the appalling spectacle of Trump and his top advisors dancing with the rulers of the terrorist sponsoring state of Saudi Arabia while clutching swords. I’m sorry for doing this to you, but in case you missed it.

Then there was the speech. It was an inspiring display of soaring oratory if empty platitudes and aggressive neocon foreign policy is your thing. On various occasions Mr. Trump alluded to the fact that the U.S.-Saudi alliance was a “partnership based on shared interests and values.” Which got me thinking…which of the following was he referring to exactly.

In Saudi Arabia they:
Hang gays
Kill atheists
Assign male guardians to make life decisions for women
Fund ISIS
But want to “fight terrorism”

— Ahmad | ???? ???????? (@ARTPOPAlien_) May 21, 2017

Or perhaps it’s just a partnership based on oil and imperial ambitions. Nah, don’t be a conspiracy theorist.

It’s remarkable the transformation Trump’s undergone since winning the Presidency. You know, kind of like what happened to Mr. “Hope and Change” after he won. Funny things tend to happen to people once they capture the throne.

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Biggest Subprime Auto Lender Skipped Income Verification On 92% Of Auto Loans

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

We first introduced readers to the “New Century of auto finance” (aka “Santander Consumer USA”) several years ago when we first took note of their aggressive auto ABS facilities.  In fact, here is a quick look at one of their ABS deals from 2015 which sported an average FICO of 595, LTV of 110%, APR of 16.2% and a term of 70 months. 

Santander is the largest subprime auto lender in the country with more than $15 billion in outstanding loans to underqualified buyers. Not surprisingly, the company also dominates the subprime auto ABS space accounting for a disproportionate share of YTD issuance. We noted that Santander’s first deal of 2015 (SDART 2015-1) carried an average FICO of 595, an average APR of 16.20%, and an average term of 70 months…

And if that isn’t enough evidence to convince you that today’s auto sales are nothing more than another subprime, debt-fueled bubble then perhaps you should also take note of today’s Bloomberg article that highlights the fact that Santander USA apparently only took the time to verify income on roughly 8% of the loans they subsequently dumped into ABS facilities and sold off pension and insurance companies. 

Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc., one of the biggest subprime auto finance companies, verified income on just 8 percent of borrowers whose loans it recently bundled into bonds, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

The low level of due diligence on applicants compares with 64 percent for loans in a recent securitization sold by General Motors Financial Co.’s AmeriCredit unit. The lack of checks may be one factor in explaining higher loan losses experienced by Santander Consumer in bond deals that it has sold in recent years, Moody’s analysts Jody Shenn and Nick Monzillo wrote in a May 17 report, which reviewed data required of asset-backed bond issuers that’s recently been made available.

Limited verification of loan applicants’ stated incomes and employment “creates more uncertainty around whether borrowers will be able to afford their monthly payments, which becomes particularly important if they have poor credit records and risky loan terms,” the analysts wrote.

Andrew Kang, Santander Consumer’s treasurer, acknowledged the minimal level of income verification and said the company’s


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Trump, Saudi Arabia and yet another arms deal

Courtesy of Russell E. LucasMichigan State University

The Saudi king presents Trump with The Collar of Abdulaziz Al Saud medal on May 20, 2017. AP Photo/Evan Vucci

The first stop on Donald Trump’s first trip as U.S. president was to Saudi Arabia.

That was no accident.

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Authored by Federico Pieraccini via The Stratgic Culture Foundation,

Once in a while, think tanks such as the Brookings Institute are able to deal with highly strategic and current issues. Often, the conferences held by such organizations are based on false pretences and copious banality, the sole intention being to undermine and downplay the efforts of strategic opponents of the US. Recently, the Brookings Institute's International Strategy and Strateg...



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SEOUL — Hope for South Korea’s liberal President Moon Jae-in “engaging” the North in dialogue is in danger of running afoul of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s refusal to stop developing missiles capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to the United States. With a mere 41 percent of the votes in this month’s presidential election, Moon has no mandate to jettison the pro-American policies of Korean presidents since the founding of the Republic of Korea under Syngman Rhee in 1948.

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Reeling from the worst oil-market rout in a generation, producers controlling about 60 percent of the world’s supply came together last year determined to put an end to the global glut. 

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Relief Rally Approaches Resistance

Courtesy of Declan.

Wednesday's gap created a significant reversal, stalling the mini-rallies kicked off in April. Thursday and Friday generated some come back against last week's loss, bringing many of the markets back to the highs of the gap down.

The S&P is in a position where shorts may look to attack the gap. Friday's spike high put itself inside the gap, recovering the 50-day MA in the process. This gain was supported by a 'buy' trigger in On-Balance-Volume. While shorts might have the better risk:reward option, a move above 2,389 opens up for a retest of 2,405.

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Bitcoin Soars Above $2000 For First Time Ever

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Bitcoin is now up over 100% in 2017, amid global political uncertainty and increased interest in Asia, suddenly spiking above $2000 this afternoon for the first time ever...

That is a year-over-year gain of more than 350%. The move comes, as CoinDesk notes, amid a broader boost in the cryptocurrency market, which broke the $60bn barrier today. The increase has taken place amid strong surges from Ripple's XRP, which seeks to lower costs in enterprise cross-border payments, and ethereum's ether token, a cryptographic asse...



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Beyond just promise, CRISPR is delivering in the lab today

Courtesy of Ian HaydonUniversity of Washington

Precision editing DNA allows for some amazing applications. Ian Haydon, CC BY-ND

There’s a revolution happening in biology, and its name is CRISPR.

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Republicans Love Bombing, But Only When a Republican Does It

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A few days ago I noted that Republican views of the economy changed dramatically when Donald Trump was elected, but Democratic views stayed pretty stable. Apparently Republicans view the economy through a partisan lens but Democrats don't.

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