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    09/16/2014 - 12:16
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Dollar Breakout or Range-bound?





This is the key issue for market participants:  Is the dollar breaking lower or is it just testing the lower end of its range ?  Here is my take.  

 
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Chief Economist Of Central Banks' Central Bank: "It's Extremely Dangerous... I See Speculative Bubbles Like In 2007"





Yet again, it seems, once senior political or economic figures leave their 'public service' the story changes from one of "you have to lie, when it's serious" to a more truthful reflection on reality. As Finanz und Wirtschaft reports in this great interview, Bill White - former chief economist of the Bank for International Settlements (who admittedly has been quite vocal in the past) - warns of grave adverse effects of the ultra loose monetary policy everywhere in the world... "It all feels like 2007, with equity markets overvalued and spreads in the bond markets extremely thin... central banks are making it up as they go along." Some very uncomfortable truths in this crucial fact-based interview.

 

 
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Paul Craig Roberts: The Fed Has No Integrity





The purpose of Quantitative Easing is to support the balance sheets of a few over-sized banks and to finance the federal budget deficit at an artificially low rate of interest. In other words, QE supports failed banks and federal fiscal irresponsibility. In order to successfully carry off this blatant misuse of public policy, the price of gold, a measure of the dollar’s value, must be suppressed. The Federal Reserve’s lack of integrity speaks volumes about the corruption of the US government.

 
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Check Out These 8 New "Record Highs"





There’s nothing like a nice cup of reality 'tea' first thing on Monday morning. Periodically, we like to scan headlines for phrases like “record high” or “all time high”... in today's case, the results can often given an interesting big picture perspective of what’s happening in the world.

 
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Dollar Mixed to Start Q2





A look at the price action in the foreign exchange market, within the context of fundamenal developments.

 
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Dollar Bears Tread Carefully, Better Tone Coming





A near-term outlook for the dollar against the major foreign currencies.  

 
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Dollar Remains Out of Favor





The US dollar lost ground against all the major currencies last week.  It looks poised for additional near-term weakness.  

 
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New Phase in FX has Begun





A technical look at the currencies.  The phase that has characterized the first few weeks of the year has ended and a new one has begun.

 
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Death of the Dollar





We’ve all done it, haven’t we? Chucked something in the wash and turned it on too high, only to see it pop out at the end of the cycle and it ends up the size of your hamster. Well, Obama has been doing the same. Except this time it’s not your winter woollies that he’s shrinking, it’s the greenback.

 
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