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Notes From Underground: Mario, Don't Try to Lay No Boogie Woogie On the King of Rock 'n' Roll

Mario Draghi’s nonsense is a compost heap as he tries to continue his efforts to build the ECB‘s balance sheet to the point of no escape. 726 more words

ECB

PIMCO'S Bosomworth on ECB

https://www.bloomberg.com/api/embed/iframe?id=2f6cd670-8289-4d6b-82e7-a0265d80eb5f

Andrew Bosomworth, head of portfolio management Germany at Pimco, discusses factors influencing the European Central Bank. He speaks with Guy Johnson and Tom Keene on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Business

Kuroda Shrugs, Twitter Lampoons Sweden, Deutsche Crumbles: Welcome To Thursday

Ok, so as detailed earlier this morning, the first thing you should note about the overnight session was the action in the loonie and peso following Donald Trump’s decision to avoid ripping apart NAFTA (for the time being). 1,085 more words

Dollar

Median Household Wealth Has Declined by 40 Percent Since 2007

By John Mauldin – Re-Blogged From http://www.newsmax.com

Nominal US household wealth is at an all-time high. But my friend Marc Faber (publisher of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report… 4,186 more words

GDP & Employment

The most hated bull market(s), this week

No. 1 chart of the week Рcentral banks have bought and QE paid for $1 trillion of assets so far year to date.  Whatever research you look at that spins explanations for why things are so good and stock markets so resilient and support why you own what you own, never forget that magic money lens we all must look through. 1,039 more words

FED

What are the economic prospects for France?

This weekend sees the first stage of the French Presidential elections which seem to be uncertain even for these times. A big issue will be economic prospects which will be my subject of today. 1,273 more words

General Economics

Fed Will Cause a 2008 Redux

By Michael Pento – Re-Blogged From http://www.PentoPort.com

Truth is a rare commodity on Wall Street. You have to sift through tons of dirt to find the golden ore. 772 more words

GDP & Employment