In This Issue.
* Eurozone GDP contracts in 4th QTR.
* BOJ candidate says yen is at equilibrium.
* NZ manufacturing soars! .
* Remember the chocolates!
* Eurozone Banks with surprise repayment amount.
* Chuck tells Dow Jones yen to continue to slide.
* German IFO posts 3rd consecutive positive month.
* Fed is in unchartered water.
* Bias to buy dollars emerges.
* China prints strong manufacturing index.
* Eurozone manufacturing improves.
* Back to selling yen.
* Eurozone sees strong data from Germany.
* Aussie employment rises along with the A$.
* RBNZ leaves rates unchanged and sounds upbeat.
* Gold gets whacked again.
* Moodys causes currency selling.
* Gold & Silver get taken down again!
* China imports more Gold than the Eurozone has total!
* Are QE implementations causing bubbles?
* Currencies & metals trade in tight ranges
* Retail Sales to disappoint?
* Eurozone inflation remains above 2%...
* It's National Hug Your Kid Day!
* The so-called Flight to Safety.
* A$ holds its own.
* SNB has to be selling francs.
* Eurozone exports soar!
* A Risk On Day!
* Gold soars!
* Eurozone Summit starts out right.
* U.S. data continues to be weaker and weaker.
* Very tight range for currencies.
* Gold takes two steps back.
* Eurozone Summit begins tomorrow..
* Don't feed the Animals.
* Risk rally is halted by FOMC and China data.
* Eurozone manufacturing remains in a funk.
* Eurozone to discuss using EFSF for Italy & Spain.
* Norges Bank leaves rates unchanged
* Big Ben leaves markets holding additional stimulus bag.
* Risk assets turn on a dime, and head down.
* Eurozone leaders to meet this weekend on Spain
* More James Rickards this morning!
* The dollar bugs beat up risk assets again.
* Eurozone jobless rate up, inflation down.
* Dow Jones calls Chuck.
* What's going on with the loonie?
* A few currencies attempt to rebound.
* China stops buying Eurozone debt.
* Could they stop buying ours?
* Norges & BOE leave rates unchanged.
* Eurozone econ confidence rises.
* Italy auctions bonds at lower rates!
* Gold & Silver rally.
* Look at everyone turning 65!
* China boosts risk assets.
* Eurozone economy contracts.
* Sweden to halt rate hike cycle.
* Aussie bond yields attract buyers.