Month: May 2012

A Quick Look at Markets and Currencies

Volume dropped sharply on Friday in anticipation of the elongated weekend. Fears about what will happen when markets resume on Tuesday without a resolution to the EuroZone saga remain high.

The Euro touched below $1.25 last week and closed at a 22 month low. For what it is worth, U.S. equity...

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The Weekly Economic News To Know

It is going to be a big week of economic news in a holiday shortened week. We are starting with the Case-Shiller housing price report at 9am today and will work our way to the final GDP numbers and the NFP payroll report at the end of the week.

In between...

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The Global Economic Read (Welllllll, we have trouble my friends…..)

China’s Flash PMI was once again in the contraction zone. For what it is worth, there will probably be more of the same to come as Europe continues its economic decent.

Already China is looking to access private investment for their banking system, ultimately looking to lay off bad debt on...

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