• Marc To Market
    11/22/2014 - 10:16
    Contrary to the death of the dollar chatter, the US currency continues to appreciate.  Here's why there is still punch left in the bowl.  

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Politics is Economics in the Week Ahead

Belgium Bond Capital Expenditures China CPI Eurozone Finland France Germany High Yield Housing Market Italy Japan Monetary Policy Netherlands OPEC Personal Income Shadow Banking The look at the drivers of next week, without using the word manipulation or conspiracy, or referring to how stupid or evil some people may or may not be. 


Tim Knight from Slope of Hope's picture

Pity the Sub-Genius

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Every One Wants Dollars (Again)

Aussie Australian Dollar Bank of Japan BOE Canadian Dollar Capital Markets China Commitment of Traders Federal Reserve Futures market Japan New Zealand People's Bank Of China Shadow Banking Technical Indicators Yen Contrary to the death of the dollar chatter, the US currency continues to appreciate.  Here's why there is still punch left in the bowl.  


williambanzai7's picture

LooTeRS!!!

They're already here!


lemetropole's picture

Bill Cosby And GATA

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Tim Knight from Slope of Hope's picture

View From Far Above

Central Banks China Japan NASDAQ NASDAQ Composite As you can see by this view of the NQ, this massively bullish news has not, as of yet, represented any kind of sea-change in the markets. Before the day was even out (again, in some, not all markets),  the entire move up was reversed.


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What Does Oil Say About the True State of the Global Economy?

Central Banks China Exxon Global Economy Remember, Oil is closely linked to the global economy. What does it say about the true state of affairs that oil is back at levels last seen in 2009-2010… while stocks are at new all time highs?


williambanzai7's picture

THe PeoPLe'S KeYNe'S...

All Central Planners are paper tigers...


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Stability vs Opportunity

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A Major Bell is Ringing… But Investors Are Deaf to Its Warning

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You'Ve All HeaRD Of DR I DoN'T NO: INTRoDuCiNG DR YeS...

Bwa-haha-harakiri...


Sprott Money's picture

The New Federation

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Ebola Remains a Risk - Deaths in Nebraska and New York

Consumer Confidence France Germany Global Economy headlines Italy None Reuters Switzerland The Ebola crisis has faded from headlines but remains a risk after the death of another Ebola patient in Nebraska and the death of a suspected victim in New York yesterday. This brings the number of confirmed deaths to two in the U.S. and possibly three if the New York victim is confirmed as having had Ebola.


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