In This Issue.
* Currency rally, Friday has no oomph.
* China slow down again.
* Yen returns to underlying weak trend.
* Gold is spent by $14 this morning.
* BOJ gets aggressive...
* Central bank decision day in Europe...
* Chinas service industries expand.
* Gold continues to drop - down $50 in 3 days.
* Dollar gains ground on Friday...
* Nordic countries get some love from the Economist...
* China surpasses the US as the largest trading nation...
* Gold slips as Lunar Holiday saps demand...
* Gold gets taken to the woodshed .
* FOMC to do more bond buying this Christmas.
* Currencies drift lower.
* China steps on gas pedal again.
* Risk assets rebound on Fed statement.
* RBNZ leaves rates unchanged.
* As too does the Riksbank.
* Gold rebounds, before NY Open.
* Moodys causes currency selling.
* Gold & Silver get taken down again!
* China imports more Gold than the Eurozone has total!
* Are QE implementations causing bubbles?
* Chinese Services falls.
* Aussie Trade Deficit widens.
* More on Gold from Bill Gross.
* Yen begins to weaken again.
* Spain and Italy to sell debt...
* G20 finance leaders question QE efforts...
* Signs in China turn positive...
* Metals remain in a tight trading range...
* Labor data confirms another round of easing...
* The euro's future moves to the German courts...
* China growth fears increase...
* Gold pauses, but remains in an upward trend...
* Safe Havens A$, Gold, Treasuries get sold.
* U.S. Retail Sales soar in July (not June though)
* China drags its feet reacting to weak data.
* Soros & Paulson buying Gold on the dips.
* Risk assets healing is wiped out.
* Euro and A$ lead currencies lower.
* Gold can't find a bid.
* Chinese renminbi takes baby steps lower.
* Currencies rally.
* Gold gains $20!
* ECB becomes the Fed.
* Imports in China remain robust.
* Being the first to make the call.
* FOMC meeting today.
* China loosens the purse strings.
* Gold gives back Friday's gains.
* Bernanke sends the markets in a tailspin
* Default or no Default?
* Gold drops over 3%
* China encourages use of the Renminbi
* Euro leads currency rally.
* Gold & Silver climb to 3 month highs.
* Gillard calls for a vote.
* The World Bank on China.