A free, quick-reading daily e-letter on world currencies, economic trends, and the occasional baseball score.
In This Issue.
* Central Banks lower swap rates...
* The US$ drops dramatically...
* S&P lowers the ratings of major US banks...
* Commodity currencies rally...
* Confidence in the EU gives the markets a boost...
* Fitch gives Australia an upgrade...
* US outlook is unanimously negative...
* Commodity currencies are big winners...
* A failed auction, and no it wasn't the U.S.!
* Euro gets slammed.
* Global growth hopes fade.
* More Accommodation in store for us?
* DSC failure gives life to the euro.
* Euro fails to take other currencies along.
* Gold rebounds this morning.
* Aussie bond yields fall.
* A Risk Off, or Dollar day.
* ECB says "nein" to being more like the Fed.
* Even Gold & renminbi are weaker today.
* DSC is rumored to be ready to admit failure.
* Risk assets all get sold yesterday.
* News of ECB bond buying pushes euro higher.
* What's going on with Gold?
* Yen erases loss from intervention.
* No answer from Bullard.
* Mini-rally in euro fades on Spanish auction results.
* Cap U & Ind. Prod print stronger!
* CPI falls. an indication of what's to come?
* Listening to a Fed Head.
* Euro weakens after Barroso comment.
* Kiwi continues to lose ground
* Continue to buy Gold on dips.
* Italy forms a new government..
* U.S. & Chinese presidents trade "ideas".
* SDC's time is running out.
* Japan posts 3rd QTR positive growth!
* Rollercoaster trading in the euro.
* Japan to follow the Swiss?
* Largest U.S. municipality bankruptcy!
* More rot for the housing sector.
In This Issue...
* More turmoil in Europe.
* Berlusconi steps down.
* Risk off type of day.
* China inflation slows.
* EU leaders go where they haven't gone before.
* Greece forms a new Government.
* SNB threatens to weaken franc again.
* Italy & Berlusconi back in the news.
* Papandreou calls off referendum!
* Draghi cuts rates at first meeting.
* G-20 calls for faster appreciation of renminbi.
* Eurozone leaders gang up on Greek PM.
* Fed keeps door open for QE3.
* Draghi's first ECB meeting as President.
* Chuck thinks Greek vote will be called off.
* Greek PM gets cabinet approval.
* Greek PM begins to sell the Grand Plan.
* Japan to pay severely for intervention.
* U.S. & Canada see manufacturing slip.