Yeah he's in a no win situation, really. Now that the world knows that a bunch of banks are sitting on losses, people are subject to panic and the bigger issue that's looming is all of these 0% + .75 bps loans giant companies are going to have to refinance in the near term but can't afford the service payments on.
The retail sector is in for a reckoning. Double whammy of eroding top line due to inflation and inability to negotiate a new refi. They'd all better hope this is a "soft landing" and a quick rebound because if it's not it could get very ugly. We'll all be shopping at Amazon, Wal-Mart or Target!!! (not that most of us don't already do that.)
I haven't watched any. International competitions really never have greatly interested me, be it the Olympics, World Cup or whatever. I also don't have a current TV service so watching them would be more difficult than I care to go through right now. I should have MLB.tv in week or so, then I'll get all the baseball I want!
With just over a week until Opening Day, who makes the final MLB roster?
Safe = 18:
SP: Gibson, Ivin, Bradish, Kremer
RP: Bautista, Baker, Perez, Akin
IF: Mateo, Mountcastle, Urias, Henderson, Frazier, Rutschmann, McCann
OF: Santander, Mullins, Hays
RP: Wells, Voth (especially with Givens injured, I think these two are definitely on the roster), Bauman, Politi
OF: McKenna, Stowers
I have no doubt that the WBC games are 100 times more electric than a spring training game. ST games are very relaxing and fun, but they are the opposite of intense. I’m still surprised at the viewing disparity, though I’ll wait until tomorrow night before considering the poll results comparable since I started the WBC poll a day earlier.
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