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BOJ Governor Feels an Arsehole

the Governor of the Bank of Japan caught on camera copping a feel of UK Chancellor, George Osborne’s bum at meeting of G7 financial leaders… 16 more words


Notes From Underground: What Were the Yield Curves Portending Late Last Week?

Before entering my thoughts on the significance of the year’s lowest close on the U.S. 2/10 curve, let me state that a Bloomberg news article by Alexandra Harris and TJ Marta is a must read in order to put perspective to the erratic nature of the markets recent moves. 982 more words


USD/JPY and Nikkei recovery while risk-on returns

The Asian equity extends its gains, with the Nikkei 225 trading at the moment +0,41% at 16.646, on the back of the risk-on market sentiment which brings up also the… 245 more words

FX Morning

12 May 2016 (AFR) - 'Miracle' needed to save the world, because central banks can't, says BTIM's Vimal Gor

(12 May 2016, AFR, p27, by Vesna Poljak)

‘The Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank are printing billions in a “useless” attempt at stimulating demand as a “crisis of confidence” erupts over central banks and their diminishing influence. 76 more words

1.Market Observations

JPY: uncertainties and fiscal stimulus, when a BOJ intervention?

After the recent disappointment of the market following the BOJ meeting last week, the Yen during today’s opening session seems to extend the losses against the major G10 currencies, with USD/JPY which trading at +0,47% is making the second upper session in a row. 309 more words

FX Morning

Gold attacks $1,300 again but falls back. Big purchase into GLD

Gold Today –Gold closed in New York at $1,290.00 up from $1,268.10 on Thursday. On Monday morning in Asia it rose to $1,300.00, as the dollar weakened heavily and before the LBMA price setting in London. 673 more words

Independent Analyis

Chief Economist's Weekly Brief -Reverse order

For years we have been used to the US economy growing faster than that of the UK and the UK growing faster than the Eurozone. But this year started with things in reverse. 747 more words