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  • Eurozone Retail PMI Sinks Again
    By on January 16, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Markit reports the Eurozone Retail PMI shows further drop in sales at year-end. Key Points: Retail sales fall at faster rate in December Rates of contraction accelerate in France and Italy , while growth eases in Germany Wholesale price inflation remains close to November’s recent low Summary: La...
  • Nerve-Wracking Volatility Grinding You Down?
    By on January 14, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Market volatility continues, with more than enough catalysts; the seemingly endless plunge in oil prices and its growing impact on important global economies and trading partners; the up and down uncertainties in the euro-zone; the up and down uncertainties on when the Fed will begin to raise intere...
  • Eurozone Falls Into Deflation
    By on January 13, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    As expected, the Eurozone fell into deflation last month, but details show energy and unprocessed food are the only things in decline. Services are up 1.2%. Please consider the Eurostat Flash Inflation Estimate for December 2014. Euro area annual inflation is expected to be -0.2% in December 2014, d...
  • ECB Will Be Big Factor In First Half Of 2015.
    By on January 13, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    The European Central Bank has provided assurances for months that it is ‘monitoring’ economic conditions in the 18-nation euro-zone, and will take aggressive stimulus measures ‘if necessary’. However, even as those economic conditions worsen, increasingly indicating the euro-zone is sliding ...
  • The Road To War With Russia
    By on January 12, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    For several weeks now the anti-Russian stance in the US press has quieted down. Presumably because the political leadership has moved its attention on to other things, and the media flock has followed suit. Have you read much about Ukraine and Russia recently? I thought not, despite the fact that ...
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  • Germany Caves On Greek Debt, Italy Takes Note
    By on January 11, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Global financial markets breathed a sigh of relief today on news that Germany might cut Greece some slack after the latter elects an anti-austerity government: Greek Debt-Relief Talks Possible After Vote, Germans Say Germany is leaving the door open to discussing debt relief with Greece’s next go...
  • 11 Economic Disaster Predictions From Experts Around ...
    By on January 5, 2015 | 3 Comments3 Comments  Comments
    Will 2015 be a year of financial crashes, economic chaos and the start of the next great worldwide depression?  Over the past couple of years, we have all watched as global financial bubbles have gotten larger and larger.  Despite predictions that they could burst at any time, they have just conti...
  • Really, Greece Again?…
    By on December 27, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The Greek financial/political crisis is becoming an annual event. For a sense of just how long this unfortunate little country has been struggling to survive under the relative sound money regime of the eurozone, here’s a Greek Crisis Timeline that CNN published in 2011. Even back then the pattern...
  • Fog of War
    By on December 24, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    I think this man must be worried. He has a huge weight on his shoulders. This is Thomas Jordan, the head of the Swiss National Bank.     Mr. Jordan has excellent academic credentials.  He’s a scholar, and a ‘lifer’ at the SNB: University of Berne, PHD Economics Department of Econo...
  • Is Russia In Full-Blown Economic Crisis?
    By on December 19, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The 8th largest economy on the entire planet is in a state of turmoil right now.  The shocking collapse of the price of oil has hit a lot of countries really hard, but very few nations are as dependent on energy production as Russia is.  Sales of oil and natural gas account for approximately two-t...
  • Eurozone Core Contracts: Germany, France and Italy
    By on December 7, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The manufacturing PMI for each of Europe’s top three countries is in decline. Recession will follow. Germany The Markit/BME Germany Manufacturing PMI – Final Data shows PMI at 17-month low, in contraction. Summary: The seasonally adjusted final Markit/BME Germany Manufacturing Purchasing...
  • Sanctions On Russia Bite Europe, While China Benefits
    By on December 7, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    European sanctions on Russia have hurt the EU far more than Russia. Moreover, Europe has lost key machinery contracts to China, and those contracts will likely stay with China even after sanctions are lifted. Please consider Europe Feels Sting in the Tail of Russia Sanctions. At a technology fair in...
  • Italy: Unemployment Unexpectedly Hits Record High 13....
    By on December 7, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The string of unexpectedly bad news in the eurozone continues unabated as Italian Unemployment Rate Rises to Record, Above Forecasts. The unemployment rate rose to 13.2 percent from a revised 12.9 percent the previous month, the Rome-based national statistics office Istat said in a preliminary repo...
  • European Markets Now Catching Up To US Market
    By on December 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The September/October pullback in the U.S. market was only minor. But it wiped out all of the year’s gains. However, it found support, the market’s favorable annual seasonality kicked in, and the U.S. market gained back all the losses and went on to new highs. However, European markets respond...
  • The Clock is Ticking in Switzerland
    By on December 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    For most of my career in international investing, I had always placed a great deal of faith in Switzerland’s financial markets. In recent years, however, as the Swiss government has sought to hitch its wagon to the flailing euro currency and kowtow increasingly to U.S.-based financial requirem...

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