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Breaking News, What's causing the move today.
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In Reply To: flower's post @ Mar 20 2014, 09:26 AM

hi, flower

go to 40 seconds into the video for a diff traders perspective.....those futures game gets played similarly each one of these annocs
and diary notes/speeches are made...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g8qVW845qs...=em-uploademail

Brian "Sheps" CME group mrtopstep



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The new wonderperson at the head of the FOMC caused a mild market panic by uttering these seemingly throw away lines whilst intimating that the aim of A 6.5% US unemployment figure would be quietly dropped and forgotten:
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(Reuters) - The Federal Reserve will probably end its massive bond-buying program this coming fall, and could start to raise interest rates around six months later, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said on Wednesday.That's a somewhat more aggressive path toward higher rates than some investors had anticipated, and both U.S. stocks and bonds slumped. Futures traders now are pricing in a first rate hike as soon as April 2015.



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joules mm1
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https://twitter.com/PaulHannon29/status/445499970716971008 twitter


QUOTE (Paul Hannon@PaulHannon)
Eurostat cut #eurozone Feb inflation to 0.7% from 0.8%, back to Oct level that prompted last rate cut. Four members saw falling prices.






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Japan got to debt deflation first. It then resorted to zero rates first. And zero rates turned into permanent policy first.


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deflation is not really breaking news...how can it be.....yet the trend of topic du jour is certainly true, ergo, truisms exist...

and we have gone from Draghi denying deflation exists (if it doesnt exist what's the point in saying it doesnt exist)
to saying the economy(s) can stave off deflation



Deflation risk, UK edition Mar 05 10:25

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"...note the recent volatility in the Ronia Index (the overnight collateral index) and its general gently declining trend:"


FT Deflation Risk, UK link

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Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Deflation and the ECB

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....charts from Natixis show the collapse of bank lending not only in periphery countries, but in Germany:






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In Reply To: wren's post @ Mar 11 2014, 05:11 PM

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Do you agree with the Telegraph flower?(For the past 6 years you have been of the very strong opinion that mega inflation is/was just around the corner.If you have changed your opinion,welcome to the SSc. Deflationists Club)


Straight answer to a straight question: Believe that inflation ( ie soaring domestic running costs) is already with us, and inevitable.

The bigger inflation picture is totally rigged by incomplete or half stated/unreported on purpose monthly inflation national statistics worldwide to prevent a wages spiral----------IMHO.



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In Reply To: flower's post @ Mar 11 2014, 09:22 AM

Do you agree with the Telegraph flower?(For the past 6 years you have been of the very strong opinion that mega inflation is/was just around the corner.If you have changed your opinion,welcome to the SSc. Deflationists Club)

 


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Telstra fined $10,200 after privacy breach
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Telstra Corporation Limited (ASX:TLS) is fined $10,200 after breaching the privacy of more than 15,000 customers.

Wow! That's valuing customers' privacy at 60 cents each.
Is it any wonder that companies care so little about proper system development and maintenance?



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Overnight from The Daily Telegraph, London;
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A leading German institute has called for full-blown quantitative easing by the European Central Bank (ECB) to head off a deflation spiral, marking a radical shift in thinking among the German policy elites. Marcel Fratzscher, head of the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) in Berlin, demanded 60bn (50bn) of bond purchases each month to halt the contraction of credit and avert a Japanese-style trap.

"It is high time for the ECB to act. Otherwise Europe risks falling into a dangerous downward spiral of sliding prices and declining demand", he wrote in Die Welt.

"The ECB must counter the deflation threat quickly and decisively, and launch a broad-based programme of bond purchase along the lines of the Federal Reserve," he said. The scale should be 0.7pc of eurozone state debt each month, comparable to 'QE3' in the US.

The plea came after the ECB refused to take further action last week, even though the M3 money supply has fallen below zero over the last eight months and inflation has dropped to 0.8pc. The ECB's hawkish line has pushed the euro higher to $1.39 against the dollar, further tightening the deflationary vice.





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In Reply To: arty's post @ Mar 10 2014, 08:31 PM

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Well flower, call me old-fashioned, but my moral compass points in a different direction.
It disagrees with an "honorable member" that's sleeping with the enemy - figuratively speaking, likening Greens and Libs as such.
It disagrees with an "honorable member" that can't hold his liquor. Sniffing a chair may be forgiven as an inane Bogan prank. But if he can touch a woman's bra "under the influence", I can imagine a number of "distractions" that compromise his clarity of thought when it comes to something as serious as the State's cashbox.


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many Liberal supporters will breathe a quiet sigh of relief, the local cartoons were getting tiresome to "the cause" rolleyes.gif




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In Reply To: arty's post @ Mar 10 2014, 08:31 PM

Without commenting on the guys current problems I think his record of boorish behaviour should have disqualified him from public office a while back. I don't care who people sleep with but chair sniffing and tweaking bra straps? Grown ups do not do that. Poor judgement, poor self control and lack of respect.



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