In This Issue.
* Currencies attempt to recover.
* 10-year Treasury recovers.
* Canada's jobs data is strong!
* $136 Billion more stimulus for Japan.
* Currencies & metals rally.
* Gold gains $18!
* Japan to launch new stimulus.
* Chilton not ready on silver manipulation findings.
* Good Italian auction pushes euro higher.
* MAS leaves band for Sing dollar unchanged.
* Japan cuts their economic assessment.
* NZ PM John Key, with a classic quote.
* European spotlight faded...
* Housing showed improvement...
* BOJ joined in...
* BOE members harmonized...
* Euro holds gains.
* Not so for global growth currencies.
* Denmark has more ammunition to break peg.
* Japan shrugs off bad data once again.
* Germany easily sells target on 0% notes.
* Japan trade deficit hits global growth campers.
* Germany to talk tough.
* Canadian Retail Sales today.
* China's weaker GDP hurts risk assets.
* A$ to be underpinned.
* Japan to get serious with deflation?
* Retail Sales today.
* Happy Birthday Chuck...
* Bernanke worried about growth in US...
* Japan posts a trade surplus...
* Indian rupee falls...
And, Now, Today's Pfennig For Your Thoughts!
Happy Birthday Big Guy...
* Currencies & metals rally on ECB news.
* Fed to devalue dollar by 33%?
* Japan posts smallest CAD since 1996.
* The Misery Index, deux.
In This Issue...
*It's all about the euro debt... *Gold and silver knockdown... *China and Japan chat...
* Italy forms a new government..
* U.S. & Chinese presidents trade "ideas".
* SDC's time is running out.
* Japan posts 3rd QTR positive growth!
* Rollercoaster trading in the euro.
* Japan to follow the Swiss?
* Largest U.S. municipality bankruptcy!
* More rot for the housing sector.
* Greek PM gets cabinet approval.
* Greek PM begins to sell the Grand Plan.
* Japan to pay severely for intervention.
* U.S. & Canada see manufacturing slip.
* Euro continues to be well bid ahead of Summit.
* Bank of Canada hangs loonie out on a line..
* Aussie inflation weakens.
* What's Japan waiting for?
In This Issue.
* Gold turns around and rallies.
* Currencies remain in tight ranges.
* Stevens thinks renminbi is undervalued.
* Japan looks for yet another new PM!