Monthly Archives: May 2010

US Money Supply Plunges @ 1930s Pace … -UK Tel

HOPEFULLY that h’line catches a few eyeballs as we wanted to mention a bit of ‘housekeeping’. We are unfortunately having to close early – before LUNCH – to go and visit a friend in need. Our fons will be transferred … Continue reading

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Thursday – May 27th, 2010

8:30 *ECONOMY IN U.S. GREW 3% IN FIRST QTR VS 3.2% PRIOR ESTIMATE 8:30 *U.S. INITIAL JOBLESS CLAIMS FELL 14,000 TO 460,000 LAST WEEK (from UPward revised 474 vs 471) HERE is FT story from YESTERDAY SAFE – Reduce Euro … Continue reading

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Wednesday – May 26th, 2010

Outlook Remains Stable on US AAA Rating: Moody’s/CNBC US Inflation Expectations ‘Very Stable’: Fed’s Bernanke: CNBC OECD Raises 2010, 2011 Global Forecasts as Emerging Economies Drive Growth: Bloomy Europe Pain May Impede U.S. Upturn: NYTimes Another day in paradise and … Continue reading

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