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Tag Archives: Euro

It’s Monday Again! You know it is still Deal time, Comcast finally about to close out?

The various Comcast deals seem to be coming to a close with $20 Bln just to swipe out a 3 mln odd subscribers to Charter Communications that are tipping the … Continue reading

April 28, 2014

The Mid-week Trading update: No #JobsFriday, No #TwitterIPO, You and I might know the Euro is not the next Reserve currency for anyone..(US:TWTR, $TWTR, US:GS, US:JPM, $XRH)

But then, remember it is a slow week and Twitter filing public IPO documents also means less for them as the shutdown continues, but then back on the topic we … Continue reading

October 4, 2013

IT’S MONDAY: The Fed purchase program is quite a workout for the Market

Fisher seems to have kicked things off immediately with his comments positing that slowing down the $85B monthly bond purchase program could do US some good, Then Chicago Fed reported … Continue reading

May 20, 2013

IT’s MONDAY: Eurozone comeback isn’t but Euro’s comeback is

As a Rabobank strategist put it in today’s Reuters insider videogram, because of the fragmented euro bond markets in 2010 and 2011 , the current strength in the Euro is … Continue reading

May 13, 2013

Europe gets comfortable with new Banking caveat | Banking insight

Even as regulatory costs become part of a banking brand makeover especially in Big Bad London which is also holding out on Europe, the momenutum for credit has caught on … Continue reading

January 25, 2013 · 1 Comment

US Morning Report: Euro to heart, what exactly is who pushing whom to?

I am sorry, it could be my personal distress as events on a tumultous tumbled expiry make my 99% confidence interval worthless to the skunk works of getting commercial success. … Continue reading

July 26, 2012

Global Mid-Day Report: Street catches Buzz, Crude and Gold hit the plate

Hardly a home run but a 6% jump set a few shorts on fire too in Crude as the easing of EU’s stalemate on ne funding still means a lot … Continue reading

June 29, 2012

Global moves: Singapore production outshines, Dollar retreat from Asia begins?

The Singapore Dollar has come back from below $1.2650 to above $1.28 to the US Dollar in the last 5 days as the Asian currencies have given to the US … Continue reading

June 26, 2012

Global Moves: Spanish banks advised EUR 62 B for 9% Core Capital

The two independent Spanish stress tests conducted by Oliver Wyman and Roland Berger came out with cheerful nes for those tracking the EUR100B “credit line” for Spanish banks with fiscal … Continue reading

June 21, 2012

Global moves: Euro zone sputters ahead of big data tomorrow

IMF weights for BRICs are rising this year to the Top 10 contributors as Eurozone trade surpluses and economic capacities tread declines with the finality of a two decade long … Continue reading

June 21, 2012 · 1 Comment

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