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marctomarket.com / Marc Chandler / TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013
The US dollar is little changed in thin month end activity in Europe, ahead of tomorrow’s May Day holiday and the ECB meeting on Thursday. The broader capital markets are firm. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose nearly 1% to finish April at its best level [...]
acting-man.com / By Pater Tenebrarum / April 22, 2013
‘Vague But Sufficient’
The errors in the Reinhart-Rogoff study that have recently come to light must have been greeted with relief at the G 20 pow-wow. Color us unsurprised at the step-by-step ‘abandonment of austerity’. One may of course be inclined to ask: what austerity? Where [...]
zerohedge.com / Tyler Durden / March 7, 2013, 11:46 -0500
A ‘successful’ Spanish auction and Draghi’s reassuring anti-currency war chatter had little to no effect on Europe’s equity markets but FX and bond markets moved quite significantly. A mix of small gains (CAC, DAX) and small losses (Italy, Switzerland) in stocks but Italian and Spanish [...]
zerohedge.com / Mark J. Grant / March 6, 2013, 09:08 -0500
$118 Million Dollars An Hour
That is how much money the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States is creating as you wake, work or sleep. That is $85 billion a month and the stuff must go somewhere. It pours out like sugar upon [...]
gainspainscapital.com / By Graham Summers / December 27, 2012
The following is an excerpt from the latest issue of Private Wealth Advisory. In it I outline the relationship between the Fed’s commitment to low interest rates, the scramble for high grade collateral driving the sovereign bond markets, and how the whole mess will eventually [...]
To the average consumer this year it must appear bizarre to see the official inflation figures so low when price rises for food and energy are so obvious. Houses are also still enormously expensive in comparison to take home pay in many non-US markets with only the very low [...]
bullionbullscanada.com / By Jeff Nielson / October 18, 2012
In our fraud-ridden markets, trivialities like economic fundamentals are no longer a factor in pricing markets. Rather, instead of “fundamentals” we now have patterns of manipulation: the direction in which markets are being pushed/pulled by the Western financial crime syndicate.
The immediate reaction to the $2 billion and counting loss at JP Morgan has been a flight from risk trades and a sell-off of all financial assets, gold and silver included. However, investors ought to pause for thought about what this really means for the future.
Dubai has hired four banks to arrange a $1.5 billion Islamic bond, its first sukuk sale in almost a year. A successful debt sale would set the benchmark for lower interest rates in the city, and start to compound the good business news now pouring out of [...]
The Financial Times today reported a one-third slump in major project finance across the world in the first quarter with volume down to $64.6 billion according to Dealogic, the lowest level since the 2008-9 global financial crisis. The shortage of global credit is throttling major projects like [...]
On Monday and Tuesday the market’s attention will be on the USA and the negative economic implications of the Nonfarm payroll (NFP) miss. Market eyes will also be focused on the bond markets in Italy and Spain. As of last Thursday, Europe seemed to be on the verge of another [...]
“In my original ideas about the film, the ministry didn’t know whether there were terrorists out there or not because over the years they had so many counter agents and counter-counter agents out there and agent provocateurs who maybe set explosions to lure people in. The people lost track of whether there really were terrorists or not, but the important thing is the belief in terrorists had to be maintained to allow the ministry to continue to survive. Originally the film was called The Ministry. It was really about the survival of an organism like a great bureaucracy that will do anything to keep itself going.." - Terry Gilliam on Brazil