Marc To Market's blog
Straight forward discussion of the key events next week. Weak on bluster. Strong on analysis. You've been warned.
There may be one great conspiracy dictating the course of the capital market, but if there is not, what is the near-term outlook for the dollar?
Is the Great Republic been on the verge of fragmenting as classic political philosphy said was the fate of all large republics?
Just one guy's attempt to make sense of what is likely to happen in the coming days.
The world may be a big conspiracy and civilization as we know it may end soon, but if you care what the dollar may do next week, take a look at this post.
A look at new arguments suggesting that globalization is fragmenting. Are they really new? Are they true?
Forget the Siren calls of the impending end of days and the imminent collapse of civilization. Here is a non-polemical non-bombastic overview of three key events in the week ahead: FOMC meeting, TLTRO launch in Europe and the Scottish referendum.
Simple review of technical condition of the capital markets. Light on polemical zeal, and heavy on technical analysis.
Quick update, and outline of reasons to suspect anxiety over Scottish independence has peaked.
Straight-forward discussion about the investment climate and the week ahead. Light on hyperbole, heavy on analysis.
The euro has fallen an unprecedented eight weeks in a row. The dollar set new five year highs against the yen before the weekend. Here is an overview of the near-term technical outlook.
Draghi cut rates and announced ABS/covered bond purchase plan to start next month. Balance sheet between TLTO and purchase scheme to increase by ovre 1 trillion euros
Overview of the ECB meeting and likely outcomes. More robust analysis than ideological fervor.
Dispassionate look at the week ahead, without the hysterics of the sky is falling or the mother of all crises is around the corner.
A dispassionate discussion of the technical condition of the dollar.