USA AT THE CROSS ROADS
The Markets and the FED don’t really know what to do next week. Indeed growth is strong oil the US and unemployment at a record low, but last week’s surprisingly low labor unit cost data took everybody by surprise.
USA AT THE CROSS ROADS
The Markets and the FED don’t really know what to do next week. Indeed growth is strong oil the US and unemployment at a record low, but last week’s surprisingly low labor unit cost data took everybody by surprise. read more
What can we say ? The US free market and free capitalism will always lead to excesses and the Chinese controlled economy and markets to sobering.
The US is on the verge of a major tightening cycle and has probably passed its corporate earnings peak, but American consumers feel good – the best they have in more than a decade – and US individual investors are still buying what every professional investor consider to be the most expensive market of the world and the most expensive in its own history,. read more
Last week was a terrible week for commodities at large.
Gold and Silver broke down while Palladium lost 5 %, Oil and Gas were sharply lower with Natural gas down 9.44 % on the back of major shipments out of Russia new arctic gas fields and soft commodities were all but strong with Coffee and Sugar taking the brunt of the fall. read more
US DOLLAR awaiting the FED meeting
The dollar rose against the euro and yen in choppy trading on Friday after a report showed the U.S. economy created more jobs than expected last month, but gains were capped by wages data that analysts said were disappointing. read more
It’s time to talk about the FED’s balance sheet.
Eight years after the Federal Reserve launched the first of three controversial bond-buying campaigns to help save the U.S. economy, its holdings are stuck at $4.5 trillion, and the question of when to let them shrink is beginning to simmer. read more
If the bull market is worried about dying, it’s not letting on.
Eight years along and no existential crisis plagues this advance, whose unbroken march from the depths of the Great Recession is the second longest ever. Valuations are stretched and going by its age the rally is in rarefied air. But volatility, the ticker tape of investor anxiety, is nowhere to be found. read more
Sometimes, it takes very little to get a clear picture of what is going on.
The table above form Tradingeconomics.com sums-up the current state of the World Economy, with the major economic indicators for the world largest economies, Green indicating numbers increasing and Red indicating numbers decreasing. read more
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