A free, quick-reading daily e-letter on world currencies, economic trends, and the occasional baseball score.
In This Issue.
* Chuck's Top Ten Currency Stories
* For 2010.
* Currencies inch higher.
* Treasury yields rise again.
* FOMC meets this week. no drama.
* Riksbank to hike this week?
* Tight ranges, with bias to sell dollars.
* Euro recovers.
* China's manufacturing slows.
* Foreclosures soar! UGH!
* Dollar remains weak.
* Euro backs off though.
* Gold climbs back to $1,400.
* 157 Banks close in 2010.
* Commodity Currencies rally.
* China raises interest rate.
* Treasury yields continue to rise.
* Inflation is here.
* The lender of last resort to the World!
* ECB press conference is key for euro today.
* Spain's bond auction is well received.
* Australia posts Trade Surplus for October!
In This Issue
* US data releases could move the markets...
* Canadian moves lower...
* Risk trades are back on...
* Traditional safe havens still popular...
* Bias to sell dollars.
* Commodities beat stocks & bonds!
* Delinquent borrowers.
* Ted Butler on CFTC.
* Euro moves higher after EU Summit agreement...
* Moody's downgrades Irish debt ...
* Tax bill sails through Congress...
* China growth fuels commodity currencies ...
* Dollar rally pauses.
* So does the rise in Treasuries.
* Brazil's 3rd QTR GDP surprises!
* Tax cuts VS extensions. a big difference!
* US$ climbs on safe haven buying...
* Is 2011 the beginning of the end ???
* Yields in the US move higher...
* PPP pushes investors away from commodity currencies...
* The dollar recovers some lost ground.
* No change to QE plans.
* Retail Sales are very strong!
* Renminbi for rubles begins today!
* Holiday markets bring stability...
* Actual US deficit just 61% higher than 'official' figure...
* Commodity currencies continue to be the best protection...
* Chuck's 'Day Before Christmas'...
* The markets like what Trichet had to say!
* Loonie nears parity again!
* Chinese forwards soar again!
* Brazilian economic data remains strong!
* Dollar rally is stopped in its tracks.
* Gold & Silver lead the charge against the dollar.
* RBA leaves rates unchanged. as expected!
* Stimulus did not create or save jobs.