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It’s Monday Again: Markets hath no fury than when scorning banks, Blackberry gets a ‘sinking deal’ (The Week ahead: September 23 – 27, 2013, US Economy & Markets)

Markets cannot be allowed to Dictate Fed Policy Jefferies results cascaded an apposite downturn into the markets even as GM was upgraded to investment grade on the back of a … Continue reading

September 23, 2013

The Mid-Week Trend update: The FOMC announcements have a ring of finality to it!

One need not remind our readers that we do not think half as optimistically as the fed seems to have indicated yesterday. one expected an end 2013 calendar beginning for … Continue reading

June 20, 2013

It’S MoNDaY aGaiN (US Economy & Markets): Fixed income investors need Japan more than ever, McDonalds jumpstarts June despite the flu. The Week ahead June 10 – June 14, 2013

McDonalds sales in our eyes beat everyone playing hookey at the employment Situation Report quarters, even as the ¬†Fed tried to pull more wool over the recovery’s eyes, calling the … Continue reading

June 10, 2013

IT’s MoNDaY again! The Week Ahead (US Economy and Markets) on Monday Jun 03 – June 07, 2013: Anti Cancer after the big Diabetes push, Banks wink to a strong Q2

If you are still looking for Diabetes treatment led moves in the Pharma industry, the revolution has moved on, though Pfizer and Novartis seem not so surprisingly to have missed … Continue reading

June 3, 2013

The mid-week Trend Update (US Economy and Markets) : European GDPs being a positive surprise on Low expectations

Using a discussion of QE globally to raise the spectre of withdrawal Let me lead with the worries of stripping of QE liquidity by Ben Bernanke fueled in Asia today … Continue reading

May 23, 2013

The mid-week trend update (US Economy and Markets): European GDP, Housing starts on the upswing, PPI weakens further

Industrial production down 0.5%, Jobless claims back up at to 360k The Thursday Morning shocker from the Housing report was no reason for markets to worry about US economic recovery … Continue reading

May 16, 2013

Ben Bernanke Speaks: US and UK join hands to go down the unlimited QE lane

Making news this Wednesday as the FOMC meeting gets over is the continuing of the Federal Reserve along new NGDP targets or in this particular US cae an unemployment target … Continue reading

December 12, 2012

Your guide to basic QE3 .. thought it might take more time | Banking Insight

So you think QE3 launched on Friday Of course banks enjoyed the spree on Friday and as mentioned earlier, US markets have moved to 5% of their 1565 top on … Continue reading

September 17, 2012

The Thursday Fed Update: 30 Y Bond Scare reignites QE, Gold and Silver firm up

The 30Y Auction Bid Cover ratio dwindled steeply to 2.4 from 2.7-3 levels of earlier with a low yield of 1.62% even as Fed Balance sheet assets expanded to $2.871 … Continue reading

June 14, 2012

US Economy: Auction yields keep ticking up, yet good Demand

Whether there is QE or not, the exit of money out of bonds seem to be an undeniable fact as 3 month and 6 month auctions continued garnering interest at … Continue reading

April 10, 2012

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