A free, quick-reading daily e-letter on world currencies, economic trends, and the occasional baseball score.
In This Issue.
* Germany to push aid to Greece.
* Bank of Canada to meet today.
* Australia to print a negative growth report?
* Recession has ended?
* Euro, francs, kiwi all push higher.
* Whispering for stimulus begins already!
* Sweden prints a solid GDP number.
* Proof of no "real" political will.
* CIC to invest in New Zealand.
* Gold & Silver see profit taking.
* U.S. Durable Goods Orders weaken.
* Unfounded Greek election rumors sink euro.
* C$/ loonie a buying opportunity?
* A$ gets pushed down by Eurozone and U.S.
* U.S. data continues to weaken.
* Most currencies see some healing.
* Commodities get a vote of confidence.
* SNB dust off the old thought of intervention.
* Welcome, Braden Charles Butler.
* Euro gets sent to the woodshed.
* Spanish voters not in the Austerity frame of mind.
* China in talks to add Japan and S. Korea to their roster.
* 872,000 foreclosed homes, with 1-million more to come.
* Some healing for the risk assets.
* Norges Bank Gov. hints on rates.
* BOC's Gov. does the same.
* This depression.
* Japanese economy slips back into recession
* IMF looks for a new leader
* Commodities rally, bringing the commodity currencies along with them
* Singapore raises their growth forecast
* US data disappoints
* BOE minutes showed 6-3 split on rates
* Sweden's move to share the risk of a falling $
* Japanese economy in 'severe' state
* US data is a drag on the dollar
* China is buying less of our debt
* EU finance chiefs bailout Portugal but what about Greece?
* Our new Timeless Metals MarketSafe
* IMF Chief arrested as he tries to head to Europe
* US Consumer prices tick higher
* Commodities tumble, taking AUD, ZAR, BRL, and CAD with them
* Debt ceiling will be reached today
* European growth surprises on the upside
* Real rates drive currencies
* US jobs data weak again
* Norges bank increases rates
* Dollar rises as equity markets drop
* Next ECB President gets Merkel's approval
* Norway expected to raise rates
* Commodity currencies get sold
* Dollar stays in a tight range
* Global inflation heats up
* Pound increases as BOE predicts another rate increase
* Commodities continue to drift higher
* S&P downgrades Greece
* Readers alert me to the McJobs
* Norway's krone continues to move higher
* HSBC sees a continued dollar decline
* Commodities jump back on the rally train