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Emerging Markets: Preview of the Week Ahead

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 21, 2014

The HSBC flash September China PMI on Tuesday is likely to be the major EM event. With iron ore prices already making cycle lows on Monday, we think that it will take a major upside surprise in the flash China PMI to turn around the growing [...]

Dealing Desk: Gold sell off continues but silver still attracts

goldmoney.com / By Kelly-Ann Kearsey / 19 September 2014

This week saw a continuation of last week’s sell-off in gold as prices fell to an eight month low. GoldMoney customers sold the yellow metal, but Kelly-Ann Kearsey, Dealing Manager at the online precious metals trader, said, ‘We saw a continued interest in silver.

Great Graphic: Implied and Historic Sterling Volatility

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / Sept 08, 2014

Sterling has fallen nearly six cents since the September 1, or about 3.2%. The reason is clear, and it is most certainly not simply about good news from the US.

Sterling had already fallen six cents from this mid-July high near $1.72 as the market adjusted [...]

8/9/2014: Some Pretty Good Services Data from Ireland

trueeconomics.blogspot.com / by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev / September 8, 2014

Irish services sectors have been at the forefront of the latest recovery for over two years now, posting booming figures and rosy PMIs. Underlying trends, however, are less often voiced. So let’s take a look at the latest data here:

Overall, by value indices, Irish [...]

Great Graphic: Eurozone/US Divergence

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 1, 2014

This Great Graphic was created on Bloomberg. It depicts the US manufacturing PMI (white line) and the eurozone manufacturing ISM (yellow line). There has been a clear divergence since the start of the year. Briefly, in January, the eurozone reading rose above the US. This [...]

1/9/2014: Irish Manufacturing PMI: August 2014

trueeconomics.blogspot.com / by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev / September 1, 2014

Irish Manufacturing PMIs released by Markit and Investec today show very robust and accelerating growth in the sector in August. These are seasonally adjusted series, and given this is a generally slower month for activity, acceleration is more reflective of y/y trends than m/m. [...]

Despite Collapsing Economy, Japanese PMI Surges To 5-Month High; China PMI Tumbles, Misses By Most On Record

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 08/20/2014 21:57

Following New Zealand’s biggest monthly plunge in consumer confidence in over 2 years, Japan’s Manufacturing PMI surged to its highest since March at 52.5 (handily beating expectations of 51.5). Almost the entire suite of subindices were positive except JPY weakness-inspired margin compression as output prices tumbled [...]

China Services PMI Lowest Since 2005 as Housing Slumps; Manufacturing Expands

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / August 5, 2014

An interesting divergence is underway in China with manufacturing in expansion while the service sector is at the lowest reading since November 2005 according to HSBC China Composite PMI

HSBC China Composite PMI™ data (which covers both manufacturing and services) signalled a third [...]

China Services PMI Crashes To Record Low

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 08/04/2014 22:01

At this point these soft-survery-based PMIs are becoming a running joke. Japanese macro surprise data has done nothing (and we mean nothing) but disappoint recently and currently stands at 3-month lows. So it makes perfect sense that July Japan Services PMI would print its first expansion [...]

Great Graphic: Asian PMIs

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / July 31, 2014

It is the beginning of the month and a new data cycle. It starts with manufacturing PMI reports. This Great Graphic was tweeted by Markit, but also draws on data from Japan’s Materials Management Association and HSBC.

Taiwan’s activity has accelerated markedly. India’s manufacturing sector [...]

China PMI Jumps To 2 Year Highs (Jobs Contract For 27 Months), Japan PMI Slips (Jobs Worst In 11 Months)

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 07/31/2014 21:51

China’s official manufacturing PMI beat expectations by the most since Nov 2013 and jumped to its highest since April 2012 – sure it did after all the forget-the-reforms liquidity, QE-lite, and local government spending dragged forward.

Perhaps worryingly the steel industry saw domestic and [...]

Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts – Metals Bounce, Huge Week for Events and News Coming

jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / July 25, 2014

Gold and silver bounced back quite a bit from the bear raid earlier this week.Things are so boring on the Comex I think they didn’t bother to update the clearing reports or the warehouse data.Next week is going to be a huge week for news. First off we have a [...]

China Manufacturing PMI Explodes To 18-Month High, Employment Drops 9th Straight Month

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 07/23/2014 21:55

Having shown 11 awkward-to-explain charts of the Chinese economy, exposed the liquidity crisis that still lingers just under the surface, and exposed the “discrepancies that abound” in China’s data, it was only right and proper in this new topsy-turvy normal that HSBC China Manufacturing PMI [...]

About That China PMI Number…

zerohedge.com / by Sean Corrigan via Diapason Commodities / July 11, 2014

In general, in functioning economies with a solid financial architecture and reasonably reliable data, it is clear that PMI responses (excepting the occasional flush of stock market-inspired enthusiasm) can be matched to developments in corporate revenue with these in turn tending to [...]

11 Disturbing Charts About The Chinese Economy

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 07/10/2014 22:37

Day in, day out, China ‘bulls’ (which implies ‘everything’ bulls as China is the ultimate fall-back save of growth in the world) will use the government-provided PMIs (at 2014 highs) as an indication that everything is tip-top and all those concerns about China’s [...]

The “Miracle” Of China’s PMI Resurrection In 1 Uncomfortable Chart

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 07/04/2014 16:15

All around Asia, PMIs are tumbling… except for China’s government-sponsored Manufacturing PMI. This week saw Aussie Services PMI (linked significantly to China) tumbled to 2014 lows, Japan’s PMI drop, and China’s own Services PMI disappoint and fade to 2-month lows. So where is all this [...]

Macro Miasma: China 6Mo Highs; Japan/South Korea 9Mo Lows

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 06/30/2014 21:57

Tonight’s round of baffle ‘em with bullshit is courtesy of a diverging AsiaPacific economic picture that is anything but supportive of the ‘reality’ being painted by China’s official PMI (which printed at 51.0 as per expectations at 2014 highs) followed by HSBC China PMI which missed [...]

The Anti-Cartel

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / June 24th, 2014

TPTB are rapidly losing their game of “money-printing chicken”; as no matter how much they try to deceive the masses a “realization of reality” is rapidly encircling the globe. To wit, artificially propped European stock markets can pretend Europe is “recovering” all they want, [...]

China Composite PMI Employment Drops At Fastest Pace Since Feb 2009

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 06/04/2014 21:57

After last weekend’s schizophrenic expanding (official) / contracting (HSBC) Manufacturing PMI, China’s Services PMI printed at 50.7 – its lowest since August 2011, as the business expectations index dropped to an 11-month low. The Composite PMI improved (after 3 months of contraction) but most notably, the [...]

Dr.Copper Pumped-And-Dumped On China’s Schizophrenic Economic Data

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 06/03/2014 13:41

Copper fell by its most in 5 weeks today on the heels of China’s HSBC PMI miss overnight. This follows the ‘economist’ commodity’s biggest rise in a month yesterday following China’s official PMI beating expectations. It seems the farce of Chinese data has now made a [...]