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lochaz-index
#5121 Posted : Friday, May 12, 2017 8:30:04 AM
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hisah wrote:
alutacontinua wrote:
Yet another day of weakness in the Shanghai Composite Index. 7th decline in 8 days as China deleverages. Its broken the January 17th lows. Could this be major macro story moving forward???

I've been following this index since 2015. It is forming a huge triangle mapped on the high of October 2007 and lower high of June 2015 vs low of May 2005 and higher low of March 2014. The next move that breaks prices out of that long term time frame will be explosive. Also note on the 20yr chart a descending wedge is forming with the base at 2000 level. A break below that level with be an earthquake!

Shanghai composite has been in sideways market for about a year in and around the 3000 level. It appears as if the price breakdown from June 2015 highs is still in play after the one year breather.

Lots of overvalued counters still present in the bourse which will be pummeled by deleveraging as well as real estate correction(this will be extremely nasty). 2000 mark might hold the bears but an overshoot is also a possibility.
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lochaz-index
#5122 Posted : Friday, May 12, 2017 11:28:05 AM
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More pain from China land. Five year bond yields spikes above the 10 year bond aka yield curve inversion. If it turns out that a recession is on the cards this soon, a whole new level of pain will be unleashed globally.
https://www.wsj.com/arti...stress-signal-1494500938
The main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many people as possible.
hisah
#5123 Posted : Friday, May 12, 2017 12:31:36 PM
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lochaz-index wrote:
More pain from China land. Five year bond yields spikes above the 10 year bond aka yield curve inversion. If it turns out that a recession is on the cards this soon, a whole new level of pain will be unleashed globally.
https://www.wsj.com/arti...tress-signal-1494500938

This is going to hurt! Yield curve inversions are recession reality monsters! Pray Pray
$15/barrel oil... The commodities lehman moment arrives as well as Sovereign debt volcano!
lochaz-index
#5124 Posted : Wednesday, May 17, 2017 8:33:13 AM
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EM and FMs hit the ground running in 2017. Record debt issuance on both the sovereign and corporate scene...one last hoorah before burst. Save for the perilous slide in January, reflation in their stock markets plus the European one after the French election has been stellar. KE was not left behind as this seems to be the wind behind the NSE sails.
Quote:
“Data from Dealogic, a research firm, show that sovereign bond sales from emerging markets rose to $69.6bn in the first three months of the year, an increase of 48 per cent from a year ago and a record amount for a single quarter. Corporate bond sales by companies in developing countries also surged, rising 135 per cent year on year in the first quarter to $105bn, according to Bloomberg data.”

At the same time, the US has been hemorrhaging capital giving rise to weakness in the dollar index which is now almost erasing the post-election rally.
Quote:
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, emerging-market debt funds have collected new money for 10 straight weeks. And while that’s been taking place, U.S. stock funds had $14.5 billion of outflows in just one week – the most in well over a year.

https://capitalistexploi...-ja-vu-usd-bull-market/

The dollar index has been in a tight band since late 2014, suffice to say the next move will be huge and the pain will be exponential.

These trends in favor of EM, FM and the European markets look like fake outs before the real moves. It is also vital to note that while the dollar index has been back peddling, the KES has not retraced its losses against the USD. Worse still it has lost marginally in recent times.

I don't expect the NSE or the KES to hold any kind of resistance when the trades flip.
The main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many people as possible.
alutacontinua
#5125 Posted : Wednesday, May 17, 2017 10:53:21 AM
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Asian session this morning:

VIX +15%
NIKKEI 225 -0.5%
S$P500 -0.55%
DJIA -0.51%
GOLD +0.57%

Something is brewing today Pray Pray
You dont have to be great to START but you have to start to be GREAT!!!!!!!!
hisah
#5126 Posted : Thursday, May 18, 2017 6:48:41 AM
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alutacontinua wrote:
Asian session this morning:

VIX +15%
NIKKEI 225 -0.5%
S$P500 -0.55%
DJIA -0.51%
GOLD +0.57%

Something is brewing today Pray Pray

VIX has been testing all time lows for weeks while equities at all time highs. Is this beginning of extremes reset? Dow has failed to surpass April high while SP and NASDAQ have been posting higher highs that's divergence. Gold has rejected testing 1200 which is needed to push equities higher. If gold closes the month above 1320 that will be a nasty warning that equities will experience a solid correction!

Hindenburg omen doing the rounds in the trading universe...
$15/barrel oil... The commodities lehman moment arrives as well as Sovereign debt volcano!
hisah
#5127 Posted : Thursday, May 18, 2017 7:04:48 AM
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lochaz-index wrote:
EM and FMs hit the ground running in 2017. Record debt issuance on both the sovereign and corporate scene...one last hoorah before burst. Save for the perilous slide in January, reflation in their stock markets plus the European one after the French election has been stellar. KE was not left behind as this seems to be the wind behind the NSE sails.
Quote:
“Data from Dealogic, a research firm, show that sovereign bond sales from emerging markets rose to $69.6bn in the first three months of the year, an increase of 48 per cent from a year ago and a record amount for a single quarter. Corporate bond sales by companies in developing countries also surged, rising 135 per cent year on year in the first quarter to $105bn, according to Bloomberg data.”

At the same time, the US has been hemorrhaging capital giving rise to weakness in the dollar index which is now almost erasing the post-election rally.
Quote:
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, emerging-market debt funds have collected new money for 10 straight weeks. And while that’s been taking place, U.S. stock funds had $14.5 billion of outflows in just one week – the most in well over a year.

https://capitalistexploi...-ja-vu-usd-bull-market/

The dollar index has been in a tight band since late 2014, suffice to say the next move will be huge and the pain will be exponential.

These trends in favor of EM, FM and the European markets look like fake outs before the real moves. It is also vital to note that while the dollar index has been back peddling, the KES has not retraced its losses against the USD. Worse still it has lost marginally in recent times.

I don't expect the NSE or the KES to hold any kind of resistance when the trades flip.

A weak usd favours the trump economy boost agenda. However, there's wishful thinking and reality. The Dutch and French elections have "erased" the brexit scare. But the reality is fundies still indicate a lot of risk ahead. Will the euro survive another shoe falling off? This risk is not yet priced in. So when it triggers the bond market will be a basket case!
$15/barrel oil... The commodities lehman moment arrives as well as Sovereign debt volcano!
lochaz-index
#5128 Posted : Thursday, May 18, 2017 1:19:49 PM
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Posts: 730
hisah wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
EM and FMs hit the ground running in 2017. Record debt issuance on both the sovereign and corporate scene...one last hoorah before burst. Save for the perilous slide in January, reflation in their stock markets plus the European one after the French election has been stellar. KE was not left behind as this seems to be the wind behind the NSE sails.
Quote:
“Data from Dealogic, a research firm, show that sovereign bond sales from emerging markets rose to $69.6bn in the first three months of the year, an increase of 48 per cent from a year ago and a record amount for a single quarter. Corporate bond sales by companies in developing countries also surged, rising 135 per cent year on year in the first quarter to $105bn, according to Bloomberg data.”

At the same time, the US has been hemorrhaging capital giving rise to weakness in the dollar index which is now almost erasing the post-election rally.
Quote:
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, emerging-market debt funds have collected new money for 10 straight weeks. And while that’s been taking place, U.S. stock funds had $14.5 billion of outflows in just one week – the most in well over a year.

https://capitalistexploi...-ja-vu-usd-bull-market/

The dollar index has been in a tight band since late 2014, suffice to say the next move will be huge and the pain will be exponential.

These trends in favor of EM, FM and the European markets look like fake outs before the real moves. It is also vital to note that while the dollar index has been back peddling, the KES has not retraced its losses against the USD. Worse still it has lost marginally in recent times.

I don't expect the NSE or the KES to hold any kind of resistance when the trades flip.

A weak usd favours the trump economy boost agenda. However, there's wishful thinking and reality. The Dutch and French elections have "erased" the brexit scare. But the reality is fundies still indicate a lot of risk ahead. Will the euro survive another shoe falling off? This risk is not yet priced in. So when it triggers the bond market will be a basket case!


2016 was a horror year for Brussels...anything that could have gone wrong actually went wrong. They must be very content with how 2017 is unfolding. Markets will feed complacency in the euro until its back breaks.

How about this for size of 'confidence' in frontier markets...the euro bond gravy train keeps steaming ahead at full speed. Senegal's $1.1b euro bond was oversubscribed by 8 times or 900% to collect $9.3b. As global bond yields retrace the 2016 H2 uptick, yield chasing gets a new lease of life.

Wonder if KE will be sucked in for a second helping if this kind of rates hold steady or keep plunging. https://www.bloomberg.co...cing-9-billion-of-orders
The main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many people as possible.
hisah
#5129 Posted : Thursday, May 18, 2017 3:29:36 PM
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Joined: 8/4/2010
Posts: 8,966
lochaz-index wrote:
hisah wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
EM and FMs hit the ground running in 2017. Record debt issuance on both the sovereign and corporate scene...one last hoorah before burst. Save for the perilous slide in January, reflation in their stock markets plus the European one after the French election has been stellar. KE was not left behind as this seems to be the wind behind the NSE sails.
Quote:
“Data from Dealogic, a research firm, show that sovereign bond sales from emerging markets rose to $69.6bn in the first three months of the year, an increase of 48 per cent from a year ago and a record amount for a single quarter. Corporate bond sales by companies in developing countries also surged, rising 135 per cent year on year in the first quarter to $105bn, according to Bloomberg data.”

At the same time, the US has been hemorrhaging capital giving rise to weakness in the dollar index which is now almost erasing the post-election rally.
Quote:
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, emerging-market debt funds have collected new money for 10 straight weeks. And while that’s been taking place, U.S. stock funds had $14.5 billion of outflows in just one week – the most in well over a year.

https://capitalistexploi...-ja-vu-usd-bull-market/

The dollar index has been in a tight band since late 2014, suffice to say the next move will be huge and the pain will be exponential.

These trends in favor of EM, FM and the European markets look like fake outs before the real moves. It is also vital to note that while the dollar index has been back peddling, the KES has not retraced its losses against the USD. Worse still it has lost marginally in recent times.

I don't expect the NSE or the KES to hold any kind of resistance when the trades flip.

A weak usd favours the trump economy boost agenda. However, there's wishful thinking and reality. The Dutch and French elections have "erased" the brexit scare. But the reality is fundies still indicate a lot of risk ahead. Will the euro survive another shoe falling off? This risk is not yet priced in. So when it triggers the bond market will be a basket case!


2016 was a horror year for Brussels...anything that could have gone wrong actually went wrong. They must be very content with how 2017 is unfolding. Markets will feed complacency in the euro until its back breaks.

How about this for size of 'confidence' in frontier markets...the euro bond gravy train keeps steaming ahead at full speed. Senegal's $1.1b euro bond was oversubscribed by 8 times or 900% to collect $9.3b. As global bond yields retrace the 2016 H2 uptick, yield chasing gets a new lease of life.

Wonder if KE will be sucked in for a second helping if this kind of rates hold steady or keep plunging. https://www.bloomberg.co...ing-9-billion-of-orders

That kind of oversubscription hints that the market is getting frothy and we know what will happen next Pray

If Greece slips into distress again or Italy slides into distress, the USD would stage a nasty rally shooting the bond market down with a deadly outcome across the globe! That would be a major shock event for money system much worse than the GFC.
$15/barrel oil... The commodities lehman moment arrives as well as Sovereign debt volcano!
alutacontinua
#5130 Posted : Thursday, May 18, 2017 4:58:47 PM
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Fire Sale currently going on in Brazil...Circuit breakers kicking in to stem the slide...
You dont have to be great to START but you have to start to be GREAT!!!!!!!!
hisah
#5131 Posted : Thursday, May 18, 2017 5:38:38 PM
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alutacontinua wrote:
Fire Sale currently going on in Brazil...Circuit breakers kicking in to stem the slide...

BRL taking it in the chin vs USD. 8.18% down after the political scandal news broke.

Bovespa futures have also crashed with a huge 10% gap down on open. Trading halted.

Ulcers central...Pray Pray




$15/barrel oil... The commodities lehman moment arrives as well as Sovereign debt volcano!
lochaz-index
#5132 Posted : Thursday, May 18, 2017 9:11:22 PM
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hisah wrote:
alutacontinua wrote:
Fire Sale currently going on in Brazil...Circuit breakers kicking in to stem the slide...

BRL taking it in the chin vs USD. 8.18% down after the political scandal news broke.

Bovespa futures have also crashed with a huge 10% gap down on open. Trading halted.

Ulcers central...Pray Pray





Ouch! The 2017 'emerging market reflation' for bovespa has been wiped out in a single trading day. This corruption menace is going to claim very many casualties around the world. Brazil & South Korea leaders were impeached coz of it, almost toppled the PM in Romania, has a vice like grip on the South African President, played a huge role in the outcome of the French election and now it's threatening to cut short the tenure of the Brazilian successor. Is there anything like peak corruption? Coz the world is awash with the vice at this very moment and the masses are fed up.
The main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many people as possible.
lochaz-index
#5133 Posted : Thursday, May 18, 2017 11:22:28 PM
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Joined: 9/18/2014
Posts: 730
hisah wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
hisah wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
EM and FMs hit the ground running in 2017. Record debt issuance on both the sovereign and corporate scene...one last hoorah before burst. Save for the perilous slide in January, reflation in their stock markets plus the European one after the French election has been stellar. KE was not left behind as this seems to be the wind behind the NSE sails.
Quote:
“Data from Dealogic, a research firm, show that sovereign bond sales from emerging markets rose to $69.6bn in the first three months of the year, an increase of 48 per cent from a year ago and a record amount for a single quarter. Corporate bond sales by companies in developing countries also surged, rising 135 per cent year on year in the first quarter to $105bn, according to Bloomberg data.”

At the same time, the US has been hemorrhaging capital giving rise to weakness in the dollar index which is now almost erasing the post-election rally.
Quote:
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, emerging-market debt funds have collected new money for 10 straight weeks. And while that’s been taking place, U.S. stock funds had $14.5 billion of outflows in just one week – the most in well over a year.

https://capitalistexploi...-ja-vu-usd-bull-market/

The dollar index has been in a tight band since late 2014, suffice to say the next move will be huge and the pain will be exponential.

These trends in favor of EM, FM and the European markets look like fake outs before the real moves. It is also vital to note that while the dollar index has been back peddling, the KES has not retraced its losses against the USD. Worse still it has lost marginally in recent times.

I don't expect the NSE or the KES to hold any kind of resistance when the trades flip.

A weak usd favours the trump economy boost agenda. However, there's wishful thinking and reality. The Dutch and French elections have "erased" the brexit scare. But the reality is fundies still indicate a lot of risk ahead. Will the euro survive another shoe falling off? This risk is not yet priced in. So when it triggers the bond market will be a basket case!


2016 was a horror year for Brussels...anything that could have gone wrong actually went wrong. They must be very content with how 2017 is unfolding. Markets will feed complacency in the euro until its back breaks.

How about this for size of 'confidence' in frontier markets...the euro bond gravy train keeps steaming ahead at full speed. Senegal's $1.1b euro bond was oversubscribed by 8 times or 900% to collect $9.3b. As global bond yields retrace the 2016 H2 uptick, yield chasing gets a new lease of life.

Wonder if KE will be sucked in for a second helping if this kind of rates hold steady or keep plunging. https://www.bloomberg.co...ing-9-billion-of-orders

That kind of oversubscription hints that the market is getting frothy and we know what will happen next Pray

If Greece slips into distress again or Italy slides into distress, the USD would stage a nasty rally shooting the bond market down with a deadly outcome across the globe! That would be a major shock event for money system much worse than the GFC.

A clear topping out market signal. This won't end in pretty fashion, GFC will be a flash in the pan in comparison. On the other hand, just about everything will be dirt cheap(literally) after the fact. Dollar debt punch bowl has kept the party going and is now approaching the ten year mark...some unwind is in order.
The main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many people as possible.
alutacontinua
#5134 Posted : Friday, May 19, 2017 5:17:17 PM
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Joined: 3/23/2011
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lochaz-index wrote:
hisah wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
hisah wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
EM and FMs hit the ground running in 2017. Record debt issuance on both the sovereign and corporate scene...one last hoorah before burst. Save for the perilous slide in January, reflation in their stock markets plus the European one after the French election has been stellar. KE was not left behind as this seems to be the wind behind the NSE sails.
Quote:
“Data from Dealogic, a research firm, show that sovereign bond sales from emerging markets rose to $69.6bn in the first three months of the year, an increase of 48 per cent from a year ago and a record amount for a single quarter. Corporate bond sales by companies in developing countries also surged, rising 135 per cent year on year in the first quarter to $105bn, according to Bloomberg data.”

At the same time, the US has been hemorrhaging capital giving rise to weakness in the dollar index which is now almost erasing the post-election rally.
Quote:
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, emerging-market debt funds have collected new money for 10 straight weeks. And while that’s been taking place, U.S. stock funds had $14.5 billion of outflows in just one week – the most in well over a year.

https://capitalistexploi...-ja-vu-usd-bull-market/

The dollar index has been in a tight band since late 2014, suffice to say the next move will be huge and the pain will be exponential.

These trends in favor of EM, FM and the European markets look like fake outs before the real moves. It is also vital to note that while the dollar index has been back peddling, the KES has not retraced its losses against the USD. Worse still it has lost marginally in recent times.

I don't expect the NSE or the KES to hold any kind of resistance when the trades flip.

A weak usd favours the trump economy boost agenda. However, there's wishful thinking and reality. The Dutch and French elections have "erased" the brexit scare. But the reality is fundies still indicate a lot of risk ahead. Will the euro survive another shoe falling off? This risk is not yet priced in. So when it triggers the bond market will be a basket case!


2016 was a horror year for Brussels...anything that could have gone wrong actually went wrong. They must be very content with how 2017 is unfolding. Markets will feed complacency in the euro until its back breaks.

How about this for size of 'confidence' in frontier markets...the euro bond gravy train keeps steaming ahead at full speed. Senegal's $1.1b euro bond was oversubscribed by 8 times or 900% to collect $9.3b. As global bond yields retrace the 2016 H2 uptick, yield chasing gets a new lease of life.

Wonder if KE will be sucked in for a second helping if this kind of rates hold steady or keep plunging. https://www.bloomberg.co...ing-9-billion-of-orders

That kind of oversubscription hints that the market is getting frothy and we know what will happen next Pray

If Greece slips into distress again or Italy slides into distress, the USD would stage a nasty rally shooting the bond market down with a deadly outcome across the globe! That would be a major shock event for money system much worse than the GFC.

A clear topping out market signal. This won't end in pretty fashion, GFC will be a flash in the pan in comparison. On the other hand, just about everything will be dirt cheap(literally) after the fact. Dollar debt punch bowl has kept the party going and is now approaching the ten year mark...some unwind is in order.


Jim Bullard on the wires hinting at QE4...talk about throwing a spanner in the works. Stocks look set to erase Wednesdays drop and probably end the week flat...BTD algos win again

http://www.zerohedge.com...ks-spike-hint-future-qe
You dont have to be great to START but you have to start to be GREAT!!!!!!!!
lochaz-index
#5135 Posted : Wednesday, May 24, 2017 9:17:06 AM
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alutacontinua wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
hisah wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
hisah wrote:
lochaz-index wrote:
EM and FMs hit the ground running in 2017. Record debt issuance on both the sovereign and corporate scene...one last hoorah before burst. Save for the perilous slide in January, reflation in their stock markets plus the European one after the French election has been stellar. KE was not left behind as this seems to be the wind behind the NSE sails.
Quote:
“Data from Dealogic, a research firm, show that sovereign bond sales from emerging markets rose to $69.6bn in the first three months of the year, an increase of 48 per cent from a year ago and a record amount for a single quarter. Corporate bond sales by companies in developing countries also surged, rising 135 per cent year on year in the first quarter to $105bn, according to Bloomberg data.”

At the same time, the US has been hemorrhaging capital giving rise to weakness in the dollar index which is now almost erasing the post-election rally.
Quote:
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, emerging-market debt funds have collected new money for 10 straight weeks. And while that’s been taking place, U.S. stock funds had $14.5 billion of outflows in just one week – the most in well over a year.

https://capitalistexploi...-ja-vu-usd-bull-market/

The dollar index has been in a tight band since late 2014, suffice to say the next move will be huge and the pain will be exponential.

These trends in favor of EM, FM and the European markets look like fake outs before the real moves. It is also vital to note that while the dollar index has been back peddling, the KES has not retraced its losses against the USD. Worse still it has lost marginally in recent times.

I don't expect the NSE or the KES to hold any kind of resistance when the trades flip.

A weak usd favours the trump economy boost agenda. However, there's wishful thinking and reality. The Dutch and French elections have "erased" the brexit scare. But the reality is fundies still indicate a lot of risk ahead. Will the euro survive another shoe falling off? This risk is not yet priced in. So when it triggers the bond market will be a basket case!


2016 was a horror year for Brussels...anything that could have gone wrong actually went wrong. They must be very content with how 2017 is unfolding. Markets will feed complacency in the euro until its back breaks.

How about this for size of 'confidence' in frontier markets...the euro bond gravy train keeps steaming ahead at full speed. Senegal's $1.1b euro bond was oversubscribed by 8 times or 900% to collect $9.3b. As global bond yields retrace the 2016 H2 uptick, yield chasing gets a new lease of life.

Wonder if KE will be sucked in for a second helping if this kind of rates hold steady or keep plunging.
https://www.bloomberg.co...ing-9-billion-of-orders

That kind of oversubscription hints that the market is getting frothy and we know what will happen next Pray

If Greece slips into distress again or Italy slides into distress, the USD would stage a nasty rally shooting the bond market down with a deadly outcome across the globe! That would be a major shock event for money system much worse than the GFC.

A clear topping out market signal. This won't end in pretty fashion, GFC will be a flash in the pan in comparison. On the other hand, just about everything will be dirt cheap(literally) after the fact. Dollar debt punch bowl has kept the party going and is now approaching the ten year mark...some unwind is in order.


Jim Bullard on the wires hinting at QE4...talk about throwing a spanner in the works. Stocks look set to erase Wednesdays drop and probably end the week flat...BTD algos win again

http://www.zerohedge.com...ks-spike-hint-future-qe

QE4 was always on the cards with the only question being when it would be unleashed. Recent Fed talk of unwinding its balance sheet suggests QE4 will be triggered in 2018. However, my money is on it to be a spectacular failure...law of diminishing returns cannot be voided forever. The scale of the bear on US stocks from then on will be the multi-decade type (secular bear) and I don't think that will change regardless of the defense put up by the Fed.

As expected KE now fancies floating a second euro bond in the last quarter of 2017. That is why Treasury has the guts to reject billions of bids for tbills/bonds in the face of mounting repayment obligations. The assumption here - which is a dangerous one - is that 2017 will continue to be EM & FM friendly. Wonder what can go wrong with that? https://www.bloomberg.co...e-to-repay-existing-debt
The main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many people as possible.
alutacontinua
#5136 Posted : Wednesday, May 24, 2017 1:05:21 PM
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https://www.bloomberg.co...-worsening-debt-outlook

First downgrade by Moody's since 1989 due to Debt Risk...
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lochaz-index
#5137 Posted : Wednesday, May 24, 2017 5:15:33 PM
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alutacontinua wrote:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-24/china-downgraded-to-a1-by-moody-s-on-worsening-debt-outlook

First downgrade by Moody's since 1989 due to Debt Risk...

The yuan has been stable @around 6.9 to the $ since November last year but lately has be exhibiting sometimes sellside pressure. Deleveraging is almost always messy China should brace themselves.
The main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many people as possible.
alutacontinua
#5138 Posted : Wednesday, May 24, 2017 5:24:58 PM
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lochaz-index wrote:
alutacontinua wrote:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-24/china-downgraded-to-a1-by-moody-s-on-worsening-debt-outlook

First downgrade by Moody's since 1989 due to Debt Risk...

The yuan has been stable @around 6.9 to the $ since November last year but lately has be exhibiting sometimes sellside pressure. Deleveraging is almost always messy China should brace themselves.


Flight to safety into bitcoins d'oh! $2400 and still surging...very interesting outcome that i had not forecast at all
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alutacontinua
#5139 Posted : Thursday, May 25, 2017 8:32:14 PM
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Watching BTC come off the 2800 high...now under 2300 could get ugly really fast...
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#5140 Posted : Friday, May 26, 2017 9:39:04 AM
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Interesting Market. WITH LOSSES THE MARKET IS STILL LOOKING AT THE NORTH THIS MORNING.
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