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Can someone do some research and tell me hwen the last time is the S&P finished on the low of the day? Has it happened since March?
It has never happened, will never happen and if you think you saw it happen before, you must be carazy.
Moreover, if you ask questions or make mention of this again, you will be reported to the authorities.
I miss firstname.lastname@example.org - it's much harder rat out you capitalists.
Three weeks ago it was all you could do to bitch about its existence.
July 2nd and the last time before that was June 22nd
Thanks. July 2nd, JHC. I knew it had been a while.
I wonder if the Yen / US equity inverse correlation will continue through the fall 09.
Another Stick Save.....
IG12 3.5bps wider - ignoring this ramp in stocks...wideners outpacing tighteners by 12-to-1 in credit land...come on!!!!
Yea and Gundanium alloy futures just went through the roof. I'm telling you this new Japanese government is up to no good.
hahah I'm telling you they are building an army of those Mitsubishi Heavy Industries robotic fish
This one up 53%.....
This chart just gave me the equivalent of an ice cream brain freeze!
Yeah, this is Sinovac... I would have thought that speculation about the (pending) approval of Swine Flu vaccine for the Chinese market would have been met with plenty of speculative ramping sooner.
I guess I was wrong.
Taking a cue from the admin. here, the new party in Japan will not be a 7 Samurai movie. That $/yen trade was a cluster.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Interest rates on six-month Treasury bills fell Monday to the lowest point on records that go back more than 50 years.The
Treasury Department on Monday auctioned $29 billion in six-month bills
at a discount rate of 0.240 percent. That's down from 0.255 percent
last week, and an all-time low since the government started issuing the
bills weekly in December 1958.
Another $30 billion in
three-month bills were auctioned at a discount rate of 0.150 percent,
down from 0.165 percent last week. That rate was the lowest since 0.135
percent on April 30.
BUT BUT BUT I THOUGHT WE WERE GOING TO HAVE HYPERINFLATION??? LOL.
good luck with getting even breakeven. Once oil collapses back to <50 we'll see the true global picture.
Oil is not as important as the Gold:Oil ratio imo. Long term I think this ratio will break out much much higher.
Also, Low treasury yields do not *necessarily* mean strong USDX. If Fed continues to monetize (and engage in fraud and criminal activity), we can have low Tbond yields yet dollar crisis (50-90% gold and oil purchasing power reduction) on the currency markets. This will come eventually. The only question in my mind is if we get a period of paradoxical dollar strength during another wave of global forced deleveraging.
Very strong negative divergence MACD on that chart. That chart is going higher . How? Oil will collapse (>30%) and gold will hold its value relatively (maybe down 10% to 850). The dollar shall also be rallying back to 85 on DXY.
I beg your pardon , i meant POSITIVE divergence.
charts just don't seem to matter anymore
what TD doesn't believe in coincidence???? naaah
Fortunately the Yen is not a real currency. We just use it like monopoly money to push the USD up or down whenever necessary.
sliciing up eyeballs
i want you to know
They go well with diced carrots.
Tell black francis 'hi' for me.
Can anyone surmise as to continuing falling interest rates vs. rising equities? What do bond buyers know that equity buyers no not...or vice versa? How long and how much can these diverge? Seems interest rates must be driven higher in mid and long term but in the short term why are people buying at these return levels?
"What do bond buyers know that equity buyers no not...or vice versa?"
There is no vice versa. Bond buyers know, equity buyers don't.
Hope this helps.
a positive correlation
most of that is the closing auction
Bridgewater hearts trading the euro yen cross
There was EUR/Yen buying in the afternoon, but When the euro suddenly spiked from 1.429 to 1.436 at around 10am, the yen also strengthened against the dollar at the same time, from 93 to 92.8. So its wasn't EUR/Yen buying responsible for the initial pump up in equities. Whatever and whoever did the Anti-dollar thing at 10am (when equities was near the lowest for the day), was gunning directly at the USD against both EUR and Yen. These pumpers are getting creative, but may need more muscles with each passing day........ until the momentum snowballs (downwards of course).
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