In This Issue.
* Dollar's mini-rally stalls..
* Norwegian 2nd QTR GDP beats expectations!.
* Eurozone Flash PMI's are weaker.
* SDR's in our future?
* Gold soars, then backs off .
* Currencies back off gains from Thursday.
* Eurozone awaits LTRO repayment announcement.
* Olsen does his best John Connally .
* 10-year Treasury yield drops to 2.42%!
* Eurozone on holiday today .
* Aussie CAPEX forward looking positive.
* U.S. 1st QTR GDP to print negative? .
* Aussie CPI slips, sends A$'s to woodshed.
* Chinese PMI ticks up, remains under 50.
* Eurozone flash PMI's tick higher
* A 12-month report card.
* Currencies are mixed today .
* Gold loses ground though.
* Eurozone Industrial Prod beats estimates! .
* Japanese Current Account Deficit widens! .
* Manufacturing around the world slow down .
* Dollar begins year in the driver's seat.
* Latvia becomes 18th member of Eurozone .
* Richard Russell on this Thursday! .
* Contrasting data in the U.S.
* Gold gets taken down again.
* RBA intervenes.
* Eurozone PMI is good .
* Yellen's comments stops dollar rally in its tracks!
* Former Fed Head doubts Yellen's resolve to taper.
* Former Fed banker apologizes for QE!.
* Eurozone 3rd QTR GDP ekes out a gain! .
* Dollar rally fades to being the week.
* RBA meets tonight, and ECB on Thursday.
* U.S. Eurozone & Canadian manufacturing jumps!.
* Chuck begins to list reasons for Gold.
* U.S. Retail Sales to dominate today.
* Jobless Claims fall below 300K, but wait!.
* Eurozone moving toward single bond.
* Sweden's GDP is revised downward .
* Bias to buy dollars remains.
* Eurozone Confidence soars to 2-year high!
* Norwegian Retail Sales fall 1.3%.
* Canada's Current Account Deficit widens.
* Chinese data lifts global growth outlook.
* Gold likes the Chinese data..
* Eurozone to exit recession?.
* Indian rupee gets some long-awaited love.
* Eurozone GDP contracts in 4th QTR.
* BOJ candidate says yen is at equilibrium.
* NZ manufacturing soars! .
* Remember the chocolates!
* Eurozone Banks with surprise repayment amount.
* Chuck tells Dow Jones yen to continue to slide.
* German IFO posts 3rd consecutive positive month.
* Fed is in unchartered water.
* Bias to buy dollars emerges.
* China prints strong manufacturing index.
* Eurozone manufacturing improves.
* Back to selling yen.