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Tag Archives: Mariano Rajoy

US Morning Report: US markets down for fifth day in a row, the Deal Valley and JP Morgan hopes intact

In European trading first, Germany was a tad up even as the resurgent British and French bond markets could not keep equities up. While France has joined the elite 3 … Continue reading

July 11, 2012

Mid Market Commentary (Spanish Bailout?) – Euro breaks down in a sweat

As the conditions of the EU became clear after the market open, commodities responded in kind to the fracture of the Euro with a sudden risk off that plunged nascent … Continue reading

June 11, 2012

US Economy: Dull, weak, wait, Tired, May, Recovery??? Duh!

Case Schiller good news Tuesday for May 2012, would have equity markets in raptures throughout the day as the YOY change for the Seasonally adjusted data is just 2.8% below … Continue reading

May 29, 2012

US Economy: Here comes the Wednesday sun

And if you sell in May and stay away, you’ll come back another day! Midweek, in a confused moronic abyss in the market. I wonder if you realise Dow future … Continue reading

April 11, 2012

Across the pond: Europe awaits US super committee failures for hope?

With European markets having the culmination of Spanish elections to celebrate over the weekend, the new right government of Party Popolare’s Mariano Rajoy is unlikely to extend much comfort to … Continue reading

November 21, 2011