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It’s The US Dollar, Stupid!

By Ed Bugos – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

Don’t let the bull-tards tell you the stock market over here is falling because of China’s problems, or Grexit, or fear of the nebulous Fed rate hike. 982 more words

GDP & Employment

An Autumn Reassessment – Will the fallout from China favour equities, bonds or the US Dollar?

Macro Letter – No 40 – 28-08-2015

An Autumn Reassessment – Will the fallout from China favour equities, bonds or the US Dollar?


Let's Talk About Adam

3-2 sounds unconvincing; but the scoreline deceives. Apart from the day one at Lord’s, England have been at worst solid, and at their peak brilliant. 1,320 more words


ECB starting to recognise “an unwarranted tightening of monetary policy”?

A range of financial market developments suggest that the ECB should be getting more concerned that “an unwarranted tightening of monetary policy” is occurring. The euro TWI is up nearly 5% (due to risk aversion effects, looking likely to knock ¼pp off the ECB’s inflation forecast), EA real interest rates have risen sharply (more than US equivalents), the EA yield curve is steeper than before QE and EA equity prices have fallen sharply. 2,419 more words

Monetary Policy

England’s bowlers win key moments

Investec Ashes 2015 review

In a bizarre Ashes series of one sided matches, (not to mention the shortest ever five match Test series in terms of number of day’s play), it was England who won the key important moments – despite only having one player in each of the top four run makers and wicket takers. 1,614 more words

International Cricket

Thinking soft.

With the Ashes won in a fashion that Michael Crawford might recognise – three parts drama to two trauma – we’re maybe entitled to settle back and think. 1,100 more words


2015 Ashes Player Ratings

With the 2015 Investec Ashes series drawing to a close over the weekend, here at Sporting Glance we take a look at how the England players performed throughout the series. 1,580 more words