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June 8, 2015

Stocks gapped down at the open. The Dow and SPX are currently off 31 pts and .25%, respectively. Telecoms are one of the few exceptions, with solid gains in early trading. 342 more words

Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015 "Goldman Sach's 2015 Economic Outlook"

Checkout this youtube video presentation by Goldman Sach’s Jan Hatzius- the Chief Economist, Global Investment Research at GS (4 minutes and 21 seconds).

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January 6, 2015

Stocks opened higher again this morning. The Dow and S&P 500 are currently up 40 points and .35%, respectively. Financials and telecom sectors are leading the way; utilities are dragging as bond rates rise. 392 more words

“Senare års långsamma återhämtning är i linje med den utveckling vi ser i andra ekonomier efter stora finansiella kriser.”

Jan Hatzius & David Mericle, ekonomer vi Goldman Sachs, med anledning av Larry Summers tidigare påstående om att den amerikanska ekonomin behöver så kallade bubblor för ekonomisk tillväxt.

The U.S.

Wall Street Faces Crash Potential, But Believes It Will Win Showdown

The potential for a “repo”-driven crisis for large Wall Street banks, was noted in an World News Daily (WND) piece Oct. 12, explaining why this is the leading concern for NerObama and the big banks in the current staged government showdown. 272 more words

Glass Steagall

Bullish News For Gold?

Goldman Sachs says that gold is poised for a fall in the medium term:

Improving US growth outlook offsets further Fed easing
Our economists forecast that the US economic recovery will slow early in 2013 before reaccelerating in the second half.

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Skewering Muppets

Jan Hatzius of Goldman Sachs is calling a major recovery after 2013:

What can we expect in coming years? If our estimates and assumptions are correct, 2013 is likely to be a more extreme version of 2010-2012, with a bigger positive private sector impulse that is offset by a bigger negative public sector impulse but still leaves growth around trend.

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