A free, quick-reading daily e-letter on world currencies, economic trends, and the occasional baseball score.
In This Issue.
* Central Banks coordinate printing of money.
* Eurozone ISM falls again.
* Aussie Retail Sales slowdown.
* Fed's Beige Book has nothing new.
* Currencies hold steady Eddie.
* Waiting for the Jobs Jamboree.
* Rate cut week next week?
* Swiss to charge interest on deposits?
* Euro rallies on new treaty announcement.
* But then sells off with S&P outlook downgrade.
* RBA cuts rates 25 BPS.
* China still finding ways to gain wider distribution.
* Currencies remain in a tight range.
* Waiting on the Eurozone Summit.
* Bank of Canada leaves rates unchanged.
* Brazil scraps their tax quietly.
* Will ECB do 25 or 50 BPS?
* RBNZ leaves rates unchanged buts goes dovish.
* Jim Rogers on what the Fed's doing.
* ECB cuts 25 Basis Points.
* Eurozone Summit begins.
* Chinese inflation slows!
* Euro breaks range to the downside.
* Moodys warns the Eurozone.
* Comparing the U.S. & Eurozone debts.
* The Treasury Bubble.
* Euro attempts a rally.
* Spain has no problems with auction.
* Yen flies beneath the radar.
* U.S. Retail Sales should be strong.
* Euro dips below 1.30.
* Italy's auction turns around.
* U.S. Retail Sales disappoint!
* Norges Bank to cut rates today.
<p>In This Issue.</p>
<p>* Euro has no legs for sustained rally.</p>
<p>* Mental Giants & Gold.</p>
<p>* Ted Butler today!</p>
<p>* Data Cupboard-a-looza! </p>
<p>And, Now, Today's Pfennig For Your Thoughts!</p>
* Weekly jobs data is positive...
* China is buying less US debt...
* High yielders rally...
* Indian rupee rebounds...
* Death of North Korea's leader pushes safe haven trades...
* Ratings agencies make more cuts in Europe...
* ECB President Draghi refuses additional bond buying...
* SEC brings charges against mortgage execs...
* Euro pushes higher after an upbeat report...
* Spain's debt auction finds a host of buyers...
* Sweden cuts .25%...
* A tax to cap income???
* Congress extends the tax cut...
* Data is mixed... * Dollar trends lower on very low trading volumes... * Merry Christmas from Chuck...
*All quiet on the western front...
*Durable goods double take... *Personal income and spending slow... *China trades to a 17 year high...