"and being from there, I am allowed to say it "
Easy for you to say from the safety of that distance.
Cheers, S. Rex
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Spartacus Rex wrote: "and being from there, I am allowed to say it " Easy for you to say from the safety of that distance. Cheers, S. Rex
lol but only a 11 hour plane ride so not far enough ? But seriously folks, it is pretty grim what is going down in the general wellbeing of The UK. Cameron has totally ignored the manufacturing industry at the expense of his bank/city of London buddies and it will swing round and bite him in the arse (unless he can manufacture - geddit ?) some nationalism.......ala his mummy hero Thatcher.............in 3.........2.........1.......
(not including his recent political point scoring in Paris..........
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Sleep well Sheople.
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This Guy Called Bonds in ’14. You Listening This Time?
As Buffalo Springfield once sang in “For What Its Worth,”
There’s somethin’ happenin’ here
What it is ain’t exactly clear
There’s a man with a gun oil over there
A tellin’ me, I got to beware
Actually, it IS exactly clear. Commodities and wage growth are nose diving along with the EUR/USD. And the 10Y-2Y yield curve keeps falling.
Since the “end” of QE on October 31, 2014, stocks are essentially the same while the 10 year Treasury yield is down over 30 basis points.
I wonder if The Fed and Yellen will push rates into negative territory and charge transfer payments (transactions tax) on deposits?
Edit: NEVER FORGET - GOLD IS NOT A COMMODITY. IT IS MONEY! THAT IS WHY IT IS UP NOW!
Do you correctly remember the Brent "financial crisis" low in 2008?
Or should I wait until zman, the junior douchebag from Goldman Sux shows up to ask that question?
Interesting to hear any comments.
Spartacus Rex wrote: Do you correctly remember the Brent "financial crisis" low in 2008? Or should I wait until zman, the junior douchebag from Goldman Sux shows up to ask that question? Cheers, S. Rex
You had me at "Do".....lol. Your call
Yeah, Nice editing job on that Trick Question