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Tag Archives: European Central Bank

US Morning Report: FOMC starts tomorrow, ECB will be buying bonds, Japan is ready to join the good guys

The honest to god assessment of Geithener’s meeting with Draghi and German Finance minister Schauble today or the ECB meeting on Wednesday is that US and Europe in a Coordinated … Continue reading

July 30, 2012

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

The Thursday Fed Update: (Early Report) Budget Deficit Recovers strength

Though the average deficit for each month (Econoday commentary) is still double the traade deficit of $50 B at $904 B for the first 9 months of the Fiscal year, … Continue reading

July 12, 2012

US Morning Report: ECB, China, Earnings all spell Doom and Gloom!

Of course Marc Faber left the shores to invest internationally long ago as a true capitalist, bu t US Market look to a glum week as more than one or … Continue reading

July 9, 2012

The Thursday Fed Update: German Bunds giving US a run for the money Euro translates into hard times for the Dollar

Dollar gets harder ith every Euro tick going don but the Aussie and the Yuan are catching on and that is keeping ( the latter) the US dollar from impoding … Continue reading

July 6, 2012

US Morning Report: US in rescue act, ADP Payrolls beat expectations

If the Street is sad, it should not be at this time on Friday. Among top losers real time, IBM lost $2 to allow Buffet to buy more of the … Continue reading

July 5, 2012

Global Moves: Draghi cuts ECB rate to 0.75%, US gets ready for Jobs report

The Dollar decline follows in Asia tomorrow after ECB cut rates and the Euro promptly breached 1.24 levels at the lower end before resuming tradin ga t 1.24 levels after … Continue reading

July 5, 2012

Global Mid-Day report: The last Republican Primary, the new Finance Minister in India and Eurobonds

  The new European Banking Authority Meanwhile EU President Van Rompuy comprehensively watered down his recommendations but still put together the report suggesting a tighter fiscal union as cover for … Continue reading

June 26, 2012

Global Moves: Spanish Downgrades, ESM and No Banking Union

With Merkel shooting down the concept of a Banking union with Joint Deposit insurance and Eurobonds not even making most headlines, the Euro is set for an extended fall as … Continue reading

June 25, 2012

European Sovereign Debt Crisis: How elegant will this simple solution look after Europe gets it! | Inside Europe’s Mind

Germany’s protestations have shifted to the threat of a “fiscal union” with as many terms and conditions as possible on the budgets of member countries and frequent inspections and veto … Continue reading

June 12, 2012