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Notes From Underground: Draghi, Yellen and Fischer ... Oh My

As we reflect on the various speeches delivered over the last week there appears to be more questions than answers to the issues that weigh on the markets. 1,177 more words


EUR/USD continues slump, as Yellen expects Fed to hike interest rates

The euro against the dollar on Friday for the fifth time in six sessions

The dollar continued its recent rally against the euro finishing higher against its European counterpart for the first time in five weeks, amid mixed U.S. 50 more words


ANALYSIS: the real reason why Cameron wants to keep Scotland inside the UK....and why his plans will backfire

Toff meets Tartan in the arranged marriage from Hell

Scotland’s new slippery fish Nicola Sturgeon had a pleasant meeting with David Cameron yesterday. They’re both in a very odd position. 1,518 more words

Mario Draghi

Mario, stay on track and avoid the mistakes of 1937 and 2011

The global stock markets have been facing some headwinds recently, and there may be numerous reasons for this. One obvious one is the recent rebound in oil prices, which I believe is essentially driven by markets’ expectation that the Saudi-led global oil price war is now ending. 991 more words

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Notes From Underground: From One Italian Crooner to Another, That's Life

The markets are playing with ECB President Mario Draghi. Just a few short weeks ago the suave performer of the ECB press conference only had to be concerned about being doused with paper confetti from an anarchist demonstrator decrying the dictatorial powers of the central bank. 534 more words



Syriza aims smoking gun at Central Bank Governor

Former Nia Demokrita Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras asked to leave BoG

Sources within Athens media and finance told The Slog last night that Bank of Greece Governor Yannis Stournaras will be quitting his post today (Sunday). 406 more words

Notes From Underground: CNBC's Santelli Exchange -- Draghi Will Be `Screaming'

Click on the image to watch me and Rick discuss crude oil, Mario Draghi and why it’s better to be short French OATs, not German bunds.