Monthly Archives: December 2010

Friday – December 3rd, 2010

Bundesbank Predicts Fastest Economic Expansion Since German Reunification: Bloomy Trichet Keeps Pressure on EU as Bond Program Buys Time to Reduce Deficits: Bloomy Greece’s Credit Rating May Be Cut by S&P as EU Rules Threaten Bondholders: Bloomy Fed Policies Work; … Continue reading

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PIIGS + Belgium = PIIGSB

For the what its worth column, WE’re having a tough time keeping UP with things and so wanted to keep the risk ON bid for peripheral EU debt in context and SO a couple of visuals on the heels of … Continue reading

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Thursday – December 2nd, 2010

Treasuries Fall as Stock Gains Ahead of ECB Meeting Damp Demand for Safety: Bloomy Distressed U.S. Homes Sell at Biggest Discount Since 2005 as Demand Slumps: RealtyTrac 9yrs ago today Enron filed. What has that to do with the rates … Continue reading

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