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News: Japanese Style Deflation Coming? Where? Fed Falling Behind the Curve? Which Way?
27 days ago - Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis
There's some interesting discussion points in the UK-based Absolute Return Partners October 2014 Letter, by Niels C. Jensen, most of which I agree with, others not. Japan-Styl...
News: STTG Market Recap October 24, 2014
27 days ago - Stock Trading To Go
Indexes finished off their best week of 2014 with another solid gain despite quite overbought conditions. The S&P 500 lurched forward 0.71% and the NASDAQ 0.69%. We are...
News: Correction, what correction?
28 days ago - Humble Student of the Markets
Trend Model signal summaryTrend Model signal: Risk-offDirection of last change (trading model): Positive (upgrade)The actual historical (not back-tested) buy and sell signals ...
30 days ago - Stock Trading To Go
News: As markets recover from Dollar whiplash, the focus is growth and inflation
37 days ago - Forex News and Market Commentary
Financial markets are finally showing signs of stability today, as traders take a deep breath after the past few weeks of increased volatility. The S&P 500 index corrected...
News: Traders Say Three Changes Have Sent The Stock Market Surging Back
37 days ago - Finance
The return of market volatility sent the S&P 500 to a low of 1,820 last Wednesday, down 9.8% from its September 19 all-time high of 2,019. There certainly hasn't been a sh...
News: Rob Cox: Fragility bigger worry than volatility
37 days ago - The Great Debate
By Rob Cox The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. It has been impossible to escape the V-word for the past week. Turn on the t...
Blog: Monetary Policy Week in Review – Oct 13-17, 2014: Era of ultra-easy monetary policy in US, UK may be extended
CentralBankNews 40 days ago
The era of ultra-easy monetary policy in the U.S. and U.K. may continue for longer than expected as central bankers on both sides of the Atlantic last week signa...
Blog: Low Rates and QE are Deflationary at the Zero Bound
EconMatters 45 days ago
By EconMatters San Francisco Fed's John Williams is part of the Problem at the Federal ReserveSure enough the S&P 500 drops 6% from its all-time highs, and all the idiots ...
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