A free, quick-reading daily e-letter on world currencies, economic trends, and the occasional baseball score.
In This Issue.
* Data rich environment
* India to go backwards
* A priced in rate cut
* Second quarter contraction
* Mixed data results
* Other central bank meetings
* Kiwi takes another shot
* Japanese tax
* Confidence to a six year high
* Lots of data
* China removes excess
* It's already been a year
* Markets wait for FOMC...
* Poor job numbers offset by a spike in Durable Goods...
* UK economy expanding...
* Consumer prices rise in Japan, sending the yen higher...
* New Home Sales climb to a 5 year high...
* Kiwi moves higher as rates are expected to rise...
* Precious metals continue to drift lower...
* A recap of my lunch with Jim Rogers...
* Richmond disappoints
* Tapering talk in control
* Rand on top
* Chuck on Canada
* Chuck gives some parting words
* A quiet week for US data
* Most currencies edged higher
* Is this the beginning for gold
* Focus is on good data not bad.
* Becoming comfortably numb with the numbers..
* Inflows into yen are getting reversed.
* Potential good or bad news for kiwi.
* Big Ben soothes stock & bond jockeys.
* The uncertainty hedge rallies on uncertainty for once!.
* BOC leaves rates unchanged, Poloz shows his true colors.
* Housing Starts fall 9.9% in June.
* Without Cars and Gas, Sales are negative.
* RBA meeting minutes boost A$.
* Riksbank meeting minutes steady krona.
* Euro best performing G-10 currency in past 12 months.
* U.S. Retail Sales dominate today.
* Big Ben talks again this week.
* China prints correction to Lou statements last week.
* Chuck talks to CNN.com.
* Currencies & metals give back gains.
* Sentiment rules, but for how much longer?.
* Lou confuses the markets about Chinese GDP.
* S&P raises Ireland's outlook to positive.
* Currencies drift lower on Tuesday.
* Both Chinese exports & imports fall.
* Gold continues to recover.
* A new baby girl today!.
* Bias to buy dollars remains but is muted.
* Greece gets $3.9 Billion in aid.
* A$ recovers a bit.
* Gold moves higher again.
* Bias to buy dollars is strong.
* Germany gives reasons to sell euros.
* Japanese investors heading toward exits.
* Gold inches higher .