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The Mid-Week Trading Update: Twitter is in the game, bye Silicon Valley! (says New York and CBOE?) – TESLA and Whole Foods are not done yet. TWTR:US, TSLA:US, BMW:GR(BMW:Xetra), GS:US, MS:US, M:US, MMU:US, VEMAX:US, EEM:US, WFM:US

No, it isn’t filibustering democracy, the mid-week update comes anytime between Wednesday and Friday, when it is a significant tell on the trend (humanly processing undoubted machine learning and whirring … Continue reading

November 8, 2013

It’s Monday Again!: A celebration weekend, Monday is slow off the pike? HBC:US, TWTR:US, GS:US, GM:US, F:US, NFL, (The Week ahead: Nov 04, 2013 – Nov 08, 2013, US Economy & Markets)

If you still have your Halloween costume on, or celebrating Deepavali in India you might be excused. In fact I almost did, but then I remembered that HSBC had reported … Continue reading

November 4, 2013

The mid-week Trading update: Euro-comics — Have you read your Tintin series in time? ( End June 2013 data)

Europe took everyone’s last breaths even as good economic data on the trot stopped only midweek by the dip in Service PMIs across the Eurozone failed to drill any new … Continue reading

July 4, 2013

Bank Results Season: Deutsche Bank cycles thru non descript quarter (Q1 2013)

Revenues in both Corporate Banking & Securities and Personal/Private Banking trended down lazily for the bank at 4% and 1% respectively while the bank was busy repairing its assets for … Continue reading

April 30, 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

Bank Earnings Season: Goldman Sachs thumps in the majority opinion (Q4 and Full Year 2012)

Greg Smith’s ex employer offices in London got off to a wrong start trying to finagle tax-free bonuses and have since abandoned the plan leaving the HR team to explain … Continue reading

January 16, 2013

Bank Results Season: JP Morgan strives for a $100 B 2012 after CIO position ‘annulled’

Big banks are going to reporting 37% higher business from Mortgages this quarter sequentially and that includes J P Morgan as a proud #2 in the business, behind Wells Fargo. … Continue reading

October 12, 2012

The Goldman Sachs career without a 2 year contract | Banking Insight

Of course there is now no end to the material available on the web telling ¬†you about the dull and drab life bankers lead and how their work weeks are … Continue reading

September 18, 2012

US Morning Report: The Pound winds down, Stanchart pays with $15B in Market Cap and Facebook gets ready for extreme supply

The Pound Sterling fell to more comfortable levels in Asia and for once London did not have to go against the grain of the trade in the pre US open … Continue reading

August 7, 2012

US Morning Report: Draghi says to take the high road, honey!

Here’s what happened. Someone punched in call credentials on a Conference Call to promise only those who take the high road will survive. Corny meatballs which dish out platitudes like, … Continue reading

August 2, 2012

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