Key Events In The Coming Week

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oobrien's picture

When does it finally fucking crash?

I'm tired of waiting!

Fips_OnTheSpot's picture

GS forgot:



Tuesday 20th

Greece defaults: got Ravioli?

lolmao500's picture

Is BAC finally going down or what?

Cyprus-Turkey crisis :

Noble Energy starts Cyprus drilling in defiance of Turkey

US company Noble Energy Inc. (NYSE: NBL) has started drilling in Cyprus's Block 12 license. At the start of the month, the Turkish government threatened to send the Turkish navy to Cyprus if the latter continued with its plan to drill at the location. However, Noble Energy, a partner of Israeli companyDelek Group Ltd. (TASE: DLEKG), began drilling today, ten days before the end of the period stipulated in the agreement between it and the Cypriot authorities.


And of course Israel-Palestine :

Reservists Called Up, Instructions Unclear

IDF calls up reservist soldiers in preparation for mayhem after PA UN move. "Open fire only if your life is danger," they are told


Palestine to declare statehood on Sept.23...


This week is gonna be quite epic.

Shineola's picture

false flag attack probability increased

Mr.Sono's picture

looks like a busy week. i just hope it won't be boring as last week.

Keystone Speculator's picture

Interesting seasonalilty since 80% or more of the time the week after September OPEX is down. The key Key Events from Keystone are Housing Starts Tuesday morning, a critical number for markets each month, of course the two-day Fed meeting Tuesday and Wednesday, but by the Wednesday Fed announcement at 2:15 PM EST traders may be disappointed. The disinflation and deflation just isn't here yet like it was in summer of 2010 so Bernanke still has breathing room.  Wait for the dollar to continue to rise, and the CRB to fall towards 300 that will be the tell.

Thursday is the HSBC China PMI, the Citi Industrials Conference this week will provide color on the companies that provide the nuts and bolts for the economy, Jobless Claims at 8:30 AM and Leading Indicators at 10 Am Thursday as well. The high drama continues as the BRIC countries meet in Washington to provide help to Europe, perhaps that is why Europe takes the laissez-faire approach to things, someone is always there to pat their behinds.  Maybe some tough love is better.

cab economist's picture

After Lehman’s Gold dropped, fail to prepare, prepare to fail................