In This Issue.
* Currencies & metals try to find terra firma.
* Gold's death cross a buy signal for China.
* 2nd round of LTRO repayments are paltry.
* Stevens Ok with current rate levels.
* Currencies & metals range trade.
* Mental giants buying yen.
* Aussie inflation rises.
* BOC to leave rates unchanged.
* Currencies Level off for the day.
* Gold gets whacked and attempts rebound.
* Spain experiences problem with debt auction.
* Bank of Canada leaves rates and bias unchanged.
* Lawmakers & Gov't play games.
* Currencies & metals still rallying.
* If Gold's Wednesday sell off wasn't manipulation.
* Jumping on the Aussie rate cut bandwagon.
* Risk assets rebound on Fed statement.
* RBNZ leaves rates unchanged.
* As too does the Riksbank.
* Gold rebounds, before NY Open.
* Jobs data to drive the market...
* Euro falls after ECB cut...
* Demark goes to negative rates...
* Commodity currencies stabilize after Chinese rate cut...
* 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
* Turning Japanese ????
* Mike Meyer vs. WSJ - who is right?
* New Zealand keeps rates unchanged
* Dimon gets grilled on Capitol Hill
* More blood in the streets yesterday.
* Brazil cuts rates and signals for more cuts!
* Got Debt?
* Calls for more Aussie rate cuts get louder.
* Bank of Canada leaves rates unchanged.
* Riksbank does too.
* India cuts rates with soaring inflation.
* Chinese banks begin to short dollars.
* Greeks get 83% participation in bond swap.
* CAC's will be invoked for the rest.
* Brazil cuts rates again.
* Draghi tells banks the ball's in their court.
* Gold's price drop, manipulated?
* Jumping on the GATA bandwagon.
* RBA leaves rates & easing bias unchanged
* Only yen ekes out a gain VS dollar!
* Currencies edge higher this morning.
* RBA sounds upbeat about global growth.
* BOJ performs stealth intervention.
* The Misery Index.
* 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.
* Sarkozy's and Merkel's words boost the euro . . .
* SNB buying Euro bonds, but not helping things . . .
* US retail sales are stuck in a rut. . .
* RBNZ keeps rates unchanged . . .