• Marc To Market
    10/03/2015 - 09:57
    The poor jobs report weighed on the dollar, but the greenback recovered as the session progressed.  It is not clear the jobs report was a game changer.  Stay tuned.  

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Foreign Policy In 140 Characters Or Less: US Ambassador Tweets Warning To Russia

"We call on the Russian Federation to immediately cease its attacks..."

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Weekend Reading: Capacious Cognitions

With the Federal Reserve still hinting at raising interest rates, but trapped by weak economic growth, will the next big move by the Fed be another form of monetary accommodation instead? Or, are the underlying dynamics of the economy and market really strong enough to shake off the recent weakness and continue its bullish ascent?

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Meet Your "Independent" Media, America

All you need to know about the "independent", "objective" and "impartial" US media.

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The Slippery Slope Of Denial

  1. Dollar doesn’t matter, indicates strong economy relative to the world
  2. Dollar matters for oil, but lower oil prices mean stronger consumer
  3. Manufacturing slump doesn’t matter, only temporary
  4. Manufacturing declines are consumer spending, but only a small part
  5. Manufacturing declines are becoming serious, but only from overseas
  6. US consumer demand is strong, except everywhere you look to actually find it.
  7. ...

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US Foreign Policy Explained (In 1 Cartoon)

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Peak Government Is Here: Martin Armstrong Warns "From Here On Out, It Gets Real"

Today marks a “major change in trend of monumental proportions," according to Martin Armstrong. The government will start to lose control and the lurking monster that is excess debt will rear its head. Today is the start of the "real" sovereign debt crisis - "this concentration of confidence in government marks the peak - from here on out, this will not be a video game - this is real."

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Volkswagen: A Decade Of Deception - Full Chronology

The scandal swirling around Germany's largest listed company had its beginnings in an attempt to crack the U.S. market, the missing link in VW's global footprint. But, as Handelsblatt details, what began as expansion ended in deception (piecing together the events that led up to the scandal, based on the facts as they are currently known).

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The Fed Isn't Even Trying To Make Sense Any More



But do not fear, these guys are on top of it!!

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U.S. Politicians Are Asked About Saudi Atrocities... Here's What Happened Next

Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney smiled and repeatedly said, "Nice to see you," when asked if he had any concerns about the Saudi Arabian-led bombing campaign in Yemen.

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A Hapless Brazil Incurs Massive Losses On FX Swaps Amid Currency Carnage

"It is not a problem of liquidity, but of fundamentals"...

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Crude Surges After US Oil Rig Count Collapses To May 2002 Lows

For the 6th week in a row, Baker Hughes reports a decline in US oil rig counts. With a huge 29 rig drop - the largest in over 5 months - the total oil rig count is 809, the lowest since May 2002. The reaction is a stick-save buying panic surging crude into the green on the day.

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What If Expectations Of Our Central Bankers Are Simply Too High?

There is no means of avoiding the final collapse of a boom brought about by credit expansion. The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as a result of voluntary abandonment of further credit expansion, or later as a final and total catastrophe of the currency system involved.”

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