In This Issue.
* No data means no weak data.
* So, dollar begins to recover, and momentum takes over.
* Coeure throws a cat among the pigeons.
* N.Z. inflation ticks higher.
* Chuck goes off the grid for 4 hours.
* Euros, A$'s, kiwi lead most currencies weaker.
* U.K. inflation ticks up, but remains below 2%
* Chuck talks FACTA.
* Currencies drift ahead of FOMC...
* Along with Gold.
* German inflation ticks up, but not enough!.
* The calls for a Chinese collapse have been overly exaggerated!
* Euro data disappoints .
* A$ gets push back.
* Gold holds strong at $1,250 .
* James Rickards on inflation.
* Greek output rises first time in 4.5 years! .
* Spanish and Italian PMI's continue to be strong.
* The Big Dog gets off the porch .
* Japanese inflation rises!
* Currencies & metals rally on Tuesday.
* But turn around on Wednesday.
* Aussie inflation prints higher than expected! .
* BOC to leave rates unchanged & disappoint again! .
* Jobs and inflation data
* Manufacturing sector disappoints
* Gold and silver shine
* Most currencies rise
* Weak inflation & Retail Sales in Germany.
* Currencies & metals rally fades away
* China gains a wider distribution for renminbi.
* U.S. spending collapses in March..
* Aussie inflation weakens.
* RBNZ leaves rates unchanged.
* Norway has huge bond maturity coming.
* TTWS X 2 Today!..
* Cyprus was the market mover
* Regional manufacturing on the rise
* Euro takes a shot
* Singapore inflation
* President Obama delivers the State of the Union...
* US posts a surprise budget surplus...
* Did the G7 call out the yen or didn't they???
* Inflation expectations could drive gold higher...
* Currencies & metals range trade.
* Mental giants buying yen.
* Aussie inflation rises.
* BOC to leave rates unchanged.
* Global growth in question...
* Where's the inflation...
* Beige Book shows color...
* Merkel not impressed...
* 'Currency wars' rhetoric heats up...
* Data in the US show retails were as expected...
* UK inflation data holds above target...
* Germany is coming for their gold...
In This Issue...
* Jobs disappointed, again
* We're told inflation fell
* Fed has the ball
* Brazil back paddles