Today's Economic Data - Second Estimate Of Q3 GDP And FOMC Minutes

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MFL8240's picture

US dillusional reports continue.

michaelsmith_9's picture

Equities may remain heavy as we head into the Holiday.  Here is a look at the ES, DX, EURUSD, and the AUDUSD.

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Zgangsta's picture

2.0%!  Even Goldman was too conservative!

Alex Kintner's picture

A more interesting question would be: What are these so-called "Experts" paid (salary/bonuses) to make smart decisions like investing in MF Global? A handsome penny I'm sure.

Greece's Government Bond Yield for 10 Year Notes averaged 5.42 percent reaching an historical high of 28.65 percent in November of 2011 ...
Gee, almost too good to be true? Oh wait!

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