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Tag Archives: South Korea

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

Global moves: Singapore production outshines, Dollar retreat from Asia begins?

The Singapore Dollar has come back from below $1.2650 to above $1.28 to the US Dollar in the last 5 days as the Asian currencies have given to the US … Continue reading

June 26, 2012

US Week Ahead – July 01, 2012 – July 07, 2012 – A Big Bang 4th of July indeed!

Ofcourse there will be much lower trading in Global markets as this is the 4th of July week bang in the midweek crowding out business events from the calendar. A … Continue reading

June 1, 2012

US Economy (EoD Review): Treasury liquidity constrained, yield stays a hopeful mark above previous auctions

Even as the Fed increased buying in Operation Twist to $9 bln, the M2 report shows the liquidity shruck as less goes around. Leading indicators up next however look good, … Continue reading

February 16, 2012

ISM rings the growth registers, Auto sales also to top

As the Chicago PMI fortold last week the ISM PMI for manufacturing jumped on growth in employment sub index to 59.9 from 56 last month and new orders rose to … Continue reading

January 3, 2012 · 1 Comment

Asian Economies: Singapore vs South Korea and North Asia vs Indo China

Even as China’s manufacturing economy grows back to 48.7 in December from 47.7 the growing inventories keeping production busy may not be the final marks on recovery. The other popular emerging markets … Continue reading

December 30, 2011