A free, quick-reading daily e-letter on world currencies, economic trends, and the occasional baseball score.
In This Issue.
* Weak inflation & Retail Sales in Germany.
* Currencies & metals rally fades away
* China gains a wider distribution for renminbi.
* U.S. spending collapses in March..
* U.S. GDP disappoints.
* Currencies & metals rally.
* Kiwi gains VS dollars U.S & A$.
* PIMCO likes Norwegian krone fundamentals..
* BOJ leaves everything unchanged.
* China takes # 1 from Australia.
* It's all about U.S. 1st QTR GDP today.
* Monetary Base & Money Supply..
* U.K. 1st QTR GDP beats estimates!.
* Merkel wishes for higher rates for Germany.
* Riksbank gets on Chuck's bad list.
* Gold physical demand continues to soar..
* Aussie inflation weakens.
* RBNZ leaves rates unchanged.
* Norway has huge bond maturity coming.
* TTWS X 2 Today!..
* German manufacturing slips.
* Chinese manufacturing slips.
* Markets want Sweden & Norway to cut rates.
* Moving the goal posts again in the U.S..
* Gold continues to heal.
* Currencies go flat.
* Yen back on slippery slope.
* Renminbi has best week in 6 months.
* Currencies rebound.
* Playing shell games with debt.
* Gold holds steady.
* Currencies get deep sixed.
* Brazil hikes rates !.
* Gold trend not a one-way street.
* Risk Assets see some healing.
* Central Bank meetings today.
* China plays games with G-20.
* U.S. data not so good.
* Gold & Commodities plunge even further.
* Currencies join in with stocks and commodities.
* RBA talks about low inflation.
* U.S. data cupboard returns.
* Gold & Commodities plunge!.
* Commodity Currencies take it on the chin.
* It's all about the so-called U.S. recovery.
* Chinese GDP weakens to 7.7%.
* Currency rally gets stopped overnight.
* Talking about Trends.
* Renminbi hits 19-year high.
* A$ & kiwi see profit taking.
* On, off and on again currency rally.
* FOMC minutes spur talk of QE ending.
* Budget gets 6% more spending.
* Kiwi is best performer overnight.
* Currencies rally on bad jobs data.
* Yen continues to slump.
* Relative calm creeps back into Eurozone.
* Roberts says Fed is manipulating Gold price.