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US Economy: It’s not so good after all? QE3 denied, the sub-par Jobs number could bite

A hint of QE can do amazing things for market sentiment. A bad jobs report could have indeed been a positive for the markets with QE3 rumors taking over but … Continue reading

April 9, 2012

US Economy (EoD Review) : Romneytainment reaches key break, QE3 Denied, Auctions, Car Sales and Apple

The FOMC meeting minutes were keenly awaited and delivered the inevitable verdict that shut the markets down and it transpired that many were still expecting a bigger and better QE3 … Continue reading

April 3, 2012

US Economy ( The Week Ahead): FOMC, Feb Deficit, MBA, Jobless Claims, Inflation ..

Not counting tomorrow’s official NFL Free Agency tip off and the ‘Bama and Miss. GOP mishaps as Romney runs amok..but according to the Miami Herald, Santorum could still come back … Continue reading

March 12, 2012

US Economy: The Purchase Index couldn’t do it..but there is a lot of QE in the election year

Of course a nine day window for Greece to detail the austerity measures and then endless bouts of Dutch, Finnish parliament votes and German referendum to approve the package of … Continue reading

February 22, 2012

London, London! Where will the new round of QE go?

The Bank of England further added a tranche of $50 bln in QE even as the effect of new VAT on inflation tapers off, and theinfation rate came at 4.2% … Continue reading

February 12, 2012 · 1 Comment

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In a year when ctringent policy action on bans has been replaced by a considered caution in tightening and monetary loosening in policy, th ebanks have been asked to bear … Continue reading

February 12, 2012 · 1 Comment

Goldman Sachs gurus present their verdict

The five questions doing the rounds in the first week of the new year (here) are certainly key to mapping the world in 2012 and even later. However, the economist’s … Continue reading

January 4, 2012 · 4 Comments

US Economy: Not a wrinkle on the dollar for 2011

Update: Italian 3 yr BTPs and 10 year bonds netted a good $15 bln auction at below 7% (6.98%) and 6.89% ( for the 3 yr BTP) on Thursday while … Continue reading

December 28, 2011 · 4 Comments

It's not the recession, it's more quantitative easing

Though neither India nor China are export led economies, the frontier markets like Mongolia and Philipines, looking to get ahead in Asia as Turkey are very much so, doubly now … Continue reading

September 7, 2011

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