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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

US Morning Report: Fed Proposes, Gold and Euro disposed off

Euro looks ripe for a run to 1.25 levels from 1.2710 right now as the markets begin the final hour to lap to the critical FOMC meeting where QE is … Continue reading

June 20, 2012

European Debt Crisis: Banks and Markets continue to pay for Spanish folly

Greek elections set a few tumblers right but the numbers on the Spanish 10 Y bond yields put the spinning banks firmly into the centre of the whirlpool, European Banks … Continue reading

June 18, 2012

Global Moves: Greece stays in, 1 mln Mexicans get citizenship,

A preponderence of Euro Citizens saved Greece by the bell but left democracy in the lurch as the pro Euro New Democracy landed 129 out of 130 required in the … Continue reading

June 17, 2012

US Week ahead: Greece may yet be undecided, FOMC, Housing Starts and that dropping PMI

Trade Balance data from Italy dropped $0.7B to a few millions in deficit as the Export markets in EU have held on month but are down 5% for the year … Continue reading

June 15, 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

US Economy: The Tuesday Services PMI scare

S&P’s latest analysis note suggest Greece indeed has a one in three chance of leaving the union as almost commonplace but hitherto largely ignored data hich has yet been important … Continue reading

June 5, 2012

US Economy: And finally the Dow takes a chance (Of May data and market correction)

With jobless claims coming down from a new 400,000 watermark in April and Existing home sales up 10% on last year ┬ábeing good data enough to not upset any further … Continue reading

May 22, 2012

US Economy: No Euro scares anymore, yet only production data is up

If you don’t understand the headlines of the daily morning report this week, you and I could be excused as the flux int he situation of march and April has … Continue reading

May 21, 2012

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