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Another Reason To Worry About The Stock Market

dollarcollapse.com / by John Rubino / February 25, 2015

The world is full of “carry trades” these days, and that’s a really bad thing.

In general terms, a carry trade involves someone borrowing money cheaply in one currency or market and investing the proceeds in something else that offers a higher […]

Mariupol Exchange Rates vs. Laughable “Official” Rate: Foreign Exchange Intervention; IMF Calling the Shots?

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Wednesday, February 25, 2015 9:15 PM

Colonel Cassad reports It Takes 44 Hryvnia to Buy a Dollar in Mariupol. Let’s do some quick math.

On Monday (perhaps reflective of Sunday) Ellen, who lives in Kiev wrote “Today $1 is worth 36 hryvnias on the black market. A Week ago […]

Dollar-Bloc Stays Bid, Euro and Yen in Well-Worn Ranges

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 26, 2015

Sterling and the dollar-bloc currencies are firm, but the euro and yen remain confined to well-worn ranges. The US dollar is vulnerable to poor economic news in the form of a negative year-over-year CPI print, especially given that Fed hike expectations have not been rebuilt […]

Dollar Heavy, Bonds and Emerging Markets Rally

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 25, 2015

The dovish take to Fed Chair Yellen’s testimony yesterday has continued to weigh on the dollar and support global bond markets. Equities are mixed with the major markets lower while emerging markets have rallied. The MSCI Emerging Market equity index is up about 0.8% to […]

Markets Exaggerate Yellen’s Dovishness

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 24, 2015

Bond yields and the dollar fell. Emerging markets and equities performed well. The main cause appears to be Yellen’s testimony to the Senate. Yet this seems to be an exaggerated response. Going over Yellen’s prepared remarks and answers to questions from the Senators, our basis […]

Economic “Contagion” Threatens “Impending Crisis”: Exposure to Falling Oil Prices Driving Global Defaults and Slowdown

shtfplan.com / by Mac Slavo / February 24th, 2015

On the surface, the United States is currently one of the stronger global economies.

But lurking beneath that may be an ‘impending crisis’ that threatens to drag everyone down with it.

That’s according to the Financial Times, who say that falling oil prices combined with a […]

Stocks & Bonds Soar As Dollar Dives

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/24/2015 11:25

Despite being told by The Fed that stocks are over-valued, investors decided today was the day to take that money off the sidelines and BTFATH. Everything is surging in equity land as bad data, worse earnings, and Ukraine were trumped by a little old lady in […]

Dollar Bid Ahead of Yellen

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 24, 2015

Amid relatively light news, the US dollar is bid. The euro is back to the lower end of its range, straddling the $1.1300 area. The dollar is at eight-day bests against the yen near JPY119.50. Falling commodity prices, a soft New Zealand inflation expectations survey, […]

10 Google Search Traffic Charts For The Fed To Consider

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/24/2015 08:53 -0500

As the market anxiously await Janet Yellen’s Humphrey-Hawkins testimony this morning, hanging on every word and intonation, ConvergEx’s Nick Colas is reminded of Harry Truman’s famous request: “Give me a one-handed economist!” The U.S. central bank clearly feels challenged by the cross currents of the global […]

Great Graphic: The Why and Yuan

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 23, 2015

China’s markets re-open on Wednesday (initially we mistakenly said Tuesday) as the Lunar New Year celebration ends. Hong Kong markets re-opened on Monday, and Chinese shares that trade there fell. The Hang Seng China Enterprise Index (H-shares) fell 0.2%. Local reports suggested profit-taking after the run-up […]

Paul Craig Roberts – Governments And Media Lying To People As Elites Enslave Humanity

kingworldnews.com / February 23, 2015

As the West stares into the great abyss and the world prepares for even greater economic turmoil, today Dr. Paul Craig Roberts warned King World News that governments and the media are lying to people as the elites enslave humanity. This is an ominous warning from the former U.S. […]

GUEST POST: The Legacy of a Silver Stacker

thewealthwatchman.com / The Solution / FEBRUARY 23, 2015

Hello warriors. Since I was gone over the weekend, a fellow shield brother, The Solution, has offered some thoughts on stacking for your consideration today. Thanks!

-WW

The Legacy of A Silver Stacker

What is the most important factor any stacker needs to consider?

I have […]

The Dollar Pops To Start Week

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 23, 2015

The US dollar caught a strong bid to start the week. The prospects that Yellen will keep the June rate hike in play after the FOMC minutes were seen as diminishing it may be lending the dollar support., though US rates are only slightly firmer. […]

If You Were Bankrupt

thedailysheeple.com / Rory Hall / February 18th, 2015

If you were bankrupt and the debt you owed was overwhelming, how would you handle it? What if the debt were thrust upon you by an outside force; would you really care about the creditors or would your family be the priority?

What if there was a […]

Daily Pfennig: It’s Shrove Tuesday!

caseyresearch.com / Chuck Butler / February 17, 2015

In This Issue.

* No news is good news for euro. * Dollar gets sold VS most currencies. * RBA withholds comments on A$. * China accumulates 315 Tonnes of Gold so far in 2015!

And Now. Today’s A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

It’s Shrove Tuesday!

Good […]

Silver Slammed As Stocks Rally Back To Scene Of EU Crime

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/17/2015 08:12 -0500

US equities have miraculously recovered their EU-Greek talks-breakdown losses from yesterday in a mad buyng panic reminiscent of the very best work from FBRNY. As if that did not confirm everything was awesome in the status quo, silver (and to a lesser extent gold) have been […]

Euro Recoups Yesterday’s Losses, but Brinkmanship Tactics Continue

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 17, 2015

The US dollar is mixed. It is mostly softer against the euro and sterling as yesterday’s late gains are pared. It is firmer against the yen and Swiss franc amid cross rate developments. The focus remains on Greece and its negotiations with the other euro […]

Emerging Market Preview of the Week Ahead

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 16, 2015

There are too many near-term uncertainties to make an outright directional call on EM. Between a looming deal for Greece, a fragile agreement in Ukraine, the bounce in commodity prices and fall in the dollar, we prefer to focus on market-neutral relative value strategies. For […]

How Did We End Up Here?

zerohedge.com / by Sean Corrigan / 02/16/2015 09:26 -0500

While money can be made in markets on the minutest of scales, sometimes it helps to have a broader sense of perspective. After all, if you can’t locate yourself on a map – without the aid of GPS, children! – you don’t know where you are […]

Dollar Goes Nowhere Waiting for Eurogroup

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 16, 2015

The US dollar is little changed in Europe after a quiet Asian session. Both the US and Canada are on holiday today. The key focus it Eurogroup meeting today. The terms of Greece’s aid are still being discussed. Although the Eurogroup head Dijsselbloem claimed today […]