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A Mid-Week Trading Update: 12 days and counting, Draghi gets away with Economic murder and the Friday Jobs Report

With the Employment Situation Report holding a firm ticket to 200,000 new jobs and thus a better unemployment rate, the die will be cast today for another Equity rally as … Continue reading

September 6, 2013

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

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

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

US Morning Report: All’s not hunky dory but then, we have barely begun!

All Economic Data is not bad, in fact some ¬†even “beat expectations” Data is anemic at best confirming everyone’s worst fears for May and June. PMI for the month for … Continue reading

July 2, 2012

US Economy (EoD Review) : Sentiment upscaled again, S&P jittery at the peak

Mt. 14K is no tuntil December, and that is the only comfort one can draw from this week as the Consumer Comfort index kept creeping¬†up and the January credit figures … Continue reading

March 8, 2012

Europe: Bundesbank decries the LTRO operations again | Europe Review & Insight

The issue at hand is how 800 banks were able to participate because of weaker collateral rules done on the sly by Mario Draghi’s ECB , first for collateral specific … Continue reading

February 29, 2012

European Sovereign Debt Crisis: Another EUR 530 bln down the hatch | Banking Insight – Europe Insight

And before you listen to the joint declaration from Greece and EC President Barroso later in the morning, the banks bought in a large amount for buying and selling Italian … Continue reading

February 29, 2012

Mollycoddling banks on default! | Insight China

In a year when ctringent policy action on bans has been replaced by a considered caution in tightening and monetary loosening in policy, th ebanks have been asked to bear … Continue reading

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