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$EURUSD Staying on the Bull side- Because you can't argue with all the fools in the world....$EURO MIGHT get a Stimulus-but the $USD dollar is still shit-

Keeping my Bull Position-I’m not one for pissing contests but Congrats if you followed me-There was a lot of ‘following a trend’ bears-Going on ‘ 149 more words

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Very Busy Latest Friday: China hits the jets, Draghi continues the talk, U.S. prepares to raise rates

Talk about a busy day, Friday November 21, 2014 marked a day of cross currents from around the world. With 75% of the globe either in recession or teetering on the edge, chiefs continue to push economies forward. 264 more words

Investing/Financial Planning

Among Worsening Economic Conditions, ECB's Draghi Indicates Further Stimulus Measures May Be In Store

Speaking at a banking conference this past Friday, ECB President Mario Draghi signaled that the central bank was prepared to expand its stimulus programs if the Eurozone’s economy continues to face low inflation. 318 more words

GSR & USD Diverge on Draghi

Mario just popped up from the upper left corner of the Whack-a-Mole table top and hammered the Euro* (see Biiwii commentary here), logically sending USD upward.  107 more words



Frankfurt, Rome, Paris, Berlin, London & Washington: the forced march of two opposing philosophies

Here’s a point that may have escaped you. Probably you know that eurozone sovereign nations have joint and several responsibility for the zone’s debt. 906 more words

Angela Merkel

UK Roundup - Tue 18 Nov

Insurers steered the FTSE 100 index 23 points higher today to close at 6695, after Prudential (PRU, £14.94, +1.4%) reported a 17% rise in profits on new business for the half year. 145 more words


Pound struggles as trade deficit widens.

Sterling closed at 1.5870 against the dollar on Friday as the UK’s total trade deficit widened to £2.84 billion in September. This from a revised total trade deficit of £1.77 billion registered in August, while markets expected the nation’s total trade deficit to expand to £2.30 billion. 340 more words