In This Issue.
* Weekly jobs report improves
* Net Worth on the rise
* Limited data next week
* Scottish voters have spoken
* Currencies rally on weak labor report .
* Gold also adds to value on weak data.
* Jobs data is confusing .
* Lacker admits to an asset price bubble! .
* Currencies remain in tight ranges .
* BOE & ECB leave rates unchanged.
* Norway's SWF adds to pension balances .
* China's Trading moves to #1! .
* BOE & ECB meeting today.
* Euro flat, A$'s down.
* Aussie jobs print weaker than expected.
* Chinese exports grow .
* Aussie Labor report disappoints.
* RBNZ hints at rate hikes next year.
* China's economy gathering steam.
* Dudley is last to speak before blackout .
* Jobs Jamboree disappoints.
* That won't stop the Fed from Septaper.
* Chinese exports beat expectations...
* What would Chuck do? .
* ADP jobs report disappoints.
* What will the BLS do today?.
* U.S. 10-year Treasury hits 2.97%...
* China moves into TOP 10! .
* G-20 meeting begins, will Putin get his wish?.
* BOC remains status quo, Riksbank does too.
* U.S. 10-year Treasury hits 2.93%...
* U.S. Jobs data begins to print today.
* Jobs and inflation data
* Manufacturing sector disappoints
* Gold and silver shine
* Most currencies rise
* Jobs Survey beats the estimates..
* Aussie March Retail Sales disappoint.
* RBA meets tonight to discuss rates.
* Norges Bank to meet this week..
* Weaker dollar ends the week
* Cyprus still at the top of the list
* The jobs market
* Britain on the hot seat
* Weekly jobs data bolsters the US$...
* EU policy makers switch focus to growth...
* Metals selling is mainly based in the ETFs...
* A nod to my favorite Irishman...
* U.S. jobs data blows out expectations.
* Bias to buy dollars is strong.
* RBNZ to go on kiwi bashing.
* RIP Alvin Lee.
* ECB & Bundesbank pull rug from under the euro.
* Relative calm over Eurozone is lifted, again.
* Sandy to affect jobs report.
* The debt ceiling revisited.
* BLS reports 171,000 new jobs.
* Bias to buy dollars intensifies.
* RBA to announce a rate cut this afternoon.
* Euro falls though 200-Day moving avg.