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UK Weekend Reading - 27-Sept-2009





Must and interesting reads for your weekend ponder. Some Evans-Pritchard goodness, cash calls, horse manure and a lot more.

 
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Canadian Dollar Crosses Head For the Kitchen Sink - 25-Aug-2009 Action





Bank of Canada's Council Member Timothy Lane has some interesting things to tell the market.

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 17 August 2009





UK and Europe highlights for 17th Aug 2009. Lots of things to cover this Monday morning especially the house price report out of Rightmove UK and other noteworthy news and articles. The negativity continues...

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 14 August 2009





UK and Europe highlights for Friday 14th August 2009. More discussion on the topic of Eastern Europe, Ireland. Fully posted now...

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 13 August 2009





UK and Europe highlights for 13th August 2009. Lots of data out of Eurozone and the CEE region. Funnily, I think I have beaten Bloomberg, Reuters and just about every other news wire in reporting the Russian International Weekly Reserves data! Other economic data will be updated as its released. Some interesting notes on Raiffeisen International of Austria, jump in...

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 12 August 2009





Wednesday UK and Europe highlights. Coverage of the mayhem in the Asian markets today. Since I wrote the post, Indian market indices opened to the downside despite upbeat industrial output data, seems likes the standard theme today across Asia. Article will be updated to keep up with data releases (BOE inflation report, etc). More inside as usual.

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 11 August 2009





Tuesday highlights for UK and Eurozone. Today we cover important news coming out of the Eastern block, economic data and some insightful Blog posts. An Asian update is also provided for numbers which came out of China and Japan today.

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 10 August 2009





Fresh Monday morning UK and Europe highlights.

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 24 July 2009





Folks, its Freaky Friday today. Lots of economic data coming out of the cupboard in the Eurozone, mostly PMI and Business Climate numbers. UK's preliminary GDP q/q and services index are out as well today, both quite weak; no green shots here folks. Preliminary printing of the UK GDP figures shows biggest Y/Y fall since the series began in 1955, annualised to -5.6% !

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 23 July 2009





News highlights from UK and Europe. Data cupboard is full today with various retail sales, current account and confidence numbers coming out of the Eurozone area. British mortgage approvals and retail sales data out today as well!

 
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Elizabeth Warren Rip Roaring on CNBC about TARP





Must watch clip. Rantings about the Fed and the credit card industry.

 
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Daily UK and Europe Highlights - 22 July 2009





Spew of news highlights from the UK and Europe. Lots of things to catch-up on today. GDP forecasts coming out of Eastern Europe, minutes from the Bank of England. I will be covering currencies, German and UK debt market news in the future...

 
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UK and Europe Highlights - 21 July 2009





UK and Europe Highlights - 21 July 2009.

 
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CNBC Horse Manure - The Case for Incentive-Based Pay





A comical piece was aired on CNBC this morning, which was similar in composition to horse manure. Take a look at this video right here. Does this guy have any idea what he is talking about?

 
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Hypo Real Estate Keeps Asking For More





It seems Hypo is back asking for more money according to the chairman of the oversight board, Michael Endres, in his interview with Welt am Sonntag. Ed Harrison at Credit Writedowns wrote a smashing post on this venerial disease known as Hypo Real Estate (HRE). It extends on latest analysis done by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, which is highlighting tell-tale signs of serious problems in the Spanish real estate market.

 
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