A free, quick-reading daily e-letter on world currencies, economic trends, and the occasional baseball score.
In This Issue.
* A Risk On Day!
* Gold soars!
* Eurozone Summit starts out right.
* U.S. data continues to be weaker and weaker.
* Very tight range for currencies.
* Gold takes two steps back.
* Eurozone Summit begins tomorrow..
* Don't feed the Animals.
* Gold finally finds a bid!
* A$ returns to parity.
* New Homes Sales soar!
* A new RBNZ Gov...
* Risk assets healing is wiped out.
* Euro and A$ lead currencies lower.
* Gold can't find a bid.
* Chinese renminbi takes baby steps lower.
* Risk assets plunge on Huge sell off.
* U.S. data is awful and dollar gets rewarded.
* Chuck sets agenda for Eurozone leaders.
* Gold & Silver get rocked!
* Risk rally is halted by FOMC and China data.
* Eurozone manufacturing remains in a funk.
* Eurozone to discuss using EFSF for Italy & Spain.
* Norges Bank leaves rates unchanged
* Risk rally continues through Tuesday.
* But some slippage is seen ahead of FOMC.
* G-20 ends with Italy asking for a change in EFSF.
* Norges Bank meets.
* Risk rally has legs.
* FOMC 2-day meeting begins today.
* G-20 rumors all around.
* A$ gets eyed by Central Banks.
In This Issue...
* Jobs disappointed, again
* We're told inflation fell
* Fed has the ball
* Brazil back paddles
* Turning Japanese ????
* Mike Meyer vs. WSJ - who is right?
* New Zealand keeps rates unchanged
* Dimon gets grilled on Capitol Hill
* Spanish banks downgraded
* Talk of more stimulus
* Budget deficit balloons
* Gold and silver rise
* Spain good news wears off.
* Focus shifts back to Greece!
* Fed quintuples their Treasury holdings!
* A$'s and kiwi back on rally tracks.
* Big Ben leaves markets holding additional stimulus bag.
* Risk assets turn on a dime, and head down.
* Eurozone leaders to meet this weekend on Spain
* More James Rickards this morning!
* Jobs are very disappointing.
* The focus shifts to U.S. problems.
* Gold soars $66!
* Central Bank meetings galore this week!
* The dollar bugs beat up risk assets again.
* Eurozone jobless rate up, inflation down.
* Dow Jones calls Chuck.
* What's going on with the loonie?