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Caribbean! Rafe... 23:48 GMT March 27, 2020
Nobody wants the Kool-Aid

Now there is Hantavirus:

Caribbean! Rafe... 23:20 GMT March 27, 2020
Nobody wants the Kool-Aid

Bulbs when consumed increase immunity via inner body heat, and must be consumed in excess.... especially garlic.

Caribbean! Rafe... 23:12 GMT March 27, 2020
Nobody wants the Kool-Aid

I hope FED goes easy on the American Economy, we the world are depending on them too, and all know the market panics FED sniffling causes.

With this trend though they don't stand a chance unless of course they join it too... Corona has that kind of effect unfortunately.

Paris ib 21:17 GMT March 27, 2020
Nobody wants the Kool-Aid
Think Gorbachev..... think Trump. Too little, too late. They tried, no-one is buying the narrative. Follow the money.

Sell the buck.

Caribbean! Rafe... 21:13 GMT March 27, 2020
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Have a good weekend. all the best

Caribbean! Rafe... 21:09 GMT March 27, 2020
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JP// Yeah, I figured it out already. They don't stand a chance.

Mtl JP 21:05 GMT March 27, 2020
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jerome tries to rule from Eccles Building

Caribbean! Rafe... 20:58 GMT March 27, 2020
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JP// Ahh ha! right, I got it. sharp shooters don't stand a chance... 1:41-1:43

Caribbean! Rafe... 20:54 GMT March 27, 2020
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JP// curious to know who is jerome.

Caribbean! Rafe... 20:54 GMT March 27, 2020
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JP// okay, get in with a small one, barreled stops.

london red 20:49 GMT March 27, 2020
no wick on daily either so can easily move higher monday. u want a wick on the daily or if not a lower low. we had similar pattern 4/5 march and then a drop friday. so maybe a lower low monday can kick things off. but dangerous chasing lows. prefer to sell highs if at all - real dangerous game betting against rigged game. assuming mkt is moving higher until hammered lower.

Caribbean! Rafe... 20:44 GMT March 27, 2020
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JP//the second to last candle watch that one.

Caribbean! Rafe... 20:42 GMT March 27, 2020
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who is jerome

Mtl JP 20:42 GMT March 27, 2020

the whick bothers me

Mtl JP 20:39 GMT March 27, 2020
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rafe u think jerome's sharpshooters r gone 4 the week-end ?

Caribbean! Rafe... 20:39 GMT March 27, 2020
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JP// Tarkov... 2:38 - 2:40

Mtl JP 20:38 GMT March 27, 2020
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tictoc toc toc 2515
gunslingers time

Caribbean! Rafe... 20:37 GMT March 27, 2020
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JP// Go Short, barreling stops along the way.

Mtl JP 20:32 GMT March 27, 2020
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2515ish supp line on 5min bar

london red 20:29 GMT March 27, 2020
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big balls to try to outstare s&p. news will go from $hit to worse but hey mkt added 5% plus when 3m job losses announced. if this was anything else u expect a gap down on monday of maybe 1-5-2% but for me and my limited powers just a flick of a coin here.

Mtl JP 20:26 GMT March 27, 2020
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so here I sit with an itch:
should I load an over-the-week-end snp ticket
2nd itch: which direction
tia 4 suggestions

Mtl JP 20:18 GMT March 27, 2020
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Montreal mayoress just declared special sanitary measures under some act
mainly aimed at bagging street rubbies and rubettes

and reserves the right to expand crowd control measures

Caribbean! Rafe... 20:14 GMT March 27, 2020

lol... coat tails. Good one!

Mtl JP 20:10 GMT March 27, 2020
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fat lady not sung yet ?

China Closed All Its Movie Theaters Again
- msm

Mtl JP 20:06 GMT March 27, 2020
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pic of a hoof kick

like a real one

Mtl JP 20:01 GMT March 27, 2020

Rafe I m not looking for some symbol

Mtl JP 19:57 GMT March 27, 2020
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winners and losers
more crap in the pipeline
(do not look in the keyhole)
jerome and his PhD'd crew to the rescue:
Federal Reserve Considering Additional Support for State, Local Government Finance - wsj

Central bank hires former Treasury official to assist with potential municipal-lending program

london red 19:56 GMT March 27, 2020

Rafe, 2646 is 38.2% retracement the minimum for a corrective bounce. also 2640 the 200wk ma. i would allow for 2850 at which point even rigged game may feel exhaustion (in terms of p/e would be essentially at 3394 record levels). fwiw i rarely short and then only smalls, prefer to pick up pieces and run up the coat tails of the elite.

Caribbean! Rafe... 19:56 GMT March 27, 2020

JP// Thanks a lot.

Tell me the symbol you want to have checked.

Mtl JP 19:50 GMT March 27, 2020

rafe also click the Major market indexes »
for more choices

rafe 4 u , easy

Caribbean! Rafe... 19:47 GMT March 27, 2020
Trend change. Stocks should soon dip and washout weak longs, if not so already.

I am depending on what I saw yesterday, because I don't have chart access right now.

Can anyone please confirm.


Mtl JP 19:46 GMT March 27, 2020
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what is the 200wk ma # tia

london red 19:44 GMT March 27, 2020
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looks like some cold feet ahead of a v long wknd. set to close below 200wk ma for another wk.

Israel MacroMicro 19:36 GMT March 27, 2020
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Mtl JP 19:32 GMT March 27, 2020
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almost like laurel n hardy
clowns cuoma and trump duking it out
over ventilators

GVI Forex Blog 19:19 GMT March 27, 2020
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london red 19:19 GMT March 27, 2020
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the price! and watch treasuries. for now prob solved but going forward there will be massive supply from Fed to cover dow money plus u will have others selling to raise funds.
knocking on 2597 again. another trip to 2640 awaits.

Mtl JP 19:13 GMT March 27, 2020
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what keyhole do I need to see the size of the "usd shortage" or
its dynamics as may fluctuate and come into focus

london red 19:09 GMT March 27, 2020
Friday Amazing Trader 27 Mar 2020

12516 a retracement, then 12667 if beaten followed by former shs neck at 12717. pair likely to top out between there and 132. usd shortage has run its course so pair is unwinding to as was. once unwound, realities will take over again.

Mtl JP 19:08 GMT March 27, 2020
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DLRCAD LoD 1.3920
about 50% to go to close the gap on the daily

Amman wfakhoury 19:07 GMT March 27, 2020
GBPUSD 12500
Toronto Abb 19:02 GMT 03/27/2020
Thks>>>> you are welcome

Toronto Abb 19:02 GMT March 27, 2020
amman wfakhoury
perfect jobe we almose at 1.25

Mtl JP 18:59 GMT March 27, 2020
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and DLR cascade continues

Tallinn viies 18:47 GMT March 27, 2020

Mtl JP 18:41 GMT March 27, 2020
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USDCAD 1.3977
now LoD, LoWeek

london red 17:53 GMT March 27, 2020
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london red 17:41 GMT March 27, 2020
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its in the price JP. if they want more they will run it down. notice much less talking this week since money announced week earlier. 100% correlation

Mtl JP 17:39 GMT March 27, 2020
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sofar market appears indifferent to $2 trillion stimulus

Mtl JP 17:37 GMT March 27, 2020
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Bank of Canada
"We work to preserve the value of money by keeping inflation low and stable"
During his announcement of loping off interest to 1/4% in same breath poloz said about the 1/4% "a rate we consider lowest possible"

AT Trader john 17:37 GMT March 27, 2020
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U.S. stimulus bill passes House. Now goes to President for signature

Mtl JP 17:24 GMT March 27, 2020
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here in Mtl govt now talking of China/Israel - like neighbourhood police/army people movement controls. talk only sofar.

dc CB 17:22 GMT March 27, 2020
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that was a monthly, this is a quarterly. Plus Stox and at the time Bonds were near ATH.

Mtl JP 17:16 GMT March 27, 2020
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12:59 House set to pass $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package today, but Kentucky Republican’s move may delay voting - MarketWatch

so still a headline risk either dir

dc CB 17:14 GMT March 27, 2020

funny thing---Gov of NY Cuomo provided special loans and tax breaks to Musk to build that GigaFactory....which Musk more or less never really put into operation. (pis$ing off the Western NY Upstate city of Buffalo.

This is the same Gov Cuomo who this week was screaming at the Feds for not providing ventalors ----

Cuomo, who some would accuse of failing to equip hospitals in NY with supplies of Protective Gear as a prudent responsible governor would, years before this virus appeared, considering the potential strain on the system; even a particularly agressive influenza strain---- instead of giving a 'Deal' to billionaire Elon Musk.

So in a sense, New York taxpayers --- the entire state full, have already 'paid' Elon. (with money and now lives)

Mtl JP 17:13 GMT March 27, 2020
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01:03 Buy Tesla Stock, Wall Street Says. A Comeback Will Happen Eventually. - Barron's
ps / as big boyz n galz, risk control is your responsability

london red 16:20 GMT March 27, 2020
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CB, off top of head most visible (rocket fuel) feb rebalance took place during last 60-90 mins of last feb session. but i will check on that.

GVI Forex 16:18 GMT March 27, 2020
Weekly Trading Pattern
Another one way Friday after dust settles on early correction.

Look in the right sidebar ===>>>>

PAR 16:16 GMT March 27, 2020
Tesla said it will produce ventilators at its Gigafactory in Buffalo, New York to support the city's hospitals amid the coronavirus pandemic. New York is the worst affected state in the U.S.

"Giga New York will reopen for ventilator production as soon as humanly possible. We will do anything in our power to help the citizens of New York," Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Twitter.

Last Saturday, Musk tweeted that he "had a long engineering disc

dc CB 15:50 GMT March 27, 2020
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dow. only new lows equals more money

I think we'll have to wait for the end of the quarter after the Models rebalance portfolios to have a clue whether or not 'this sucker's goin' down'- GWB 2008 --

so after April 2, 3(NFP)

Amman wfakhoury 15:48 GMT March 27, 2020
GBPUSD 12350

100% knez missed this profit.

Amman wfakhoury 15:43 GMT March 27, 2020
GBPUSD 12350

12350 Reached
100% guaranteed

swiss frank 15:39 GMT March 27, 2020
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Yeah thats kind of right. Its a risk reward thing just like trading or any decision making process that goes: Oops I'm on the wrong side of this. I can cut loss now (lock everything down) and its going to cost X. OR I can take my chances. Maybe it gets better (hope- is it a strategy or not?). Maybe it gets worse and then it's going to cost 10 times X. What do you do?

london red 15:38 GMT March 27, 2020
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money extraction inverse relationship to dow. only new lows equals more money as trump keen to restart so paying workers a gonner soon.

dc CB 15:37 GMT March 27, 2020
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Obama,Timmy Geithner, and Prof Ben Bernanke were pikers compared to the current Team

Mtl JP 15:35 GMT March 27, 2020
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Trump appears pissed w/mary at gm
c his twitter

dc CB 15:20 GMT March 27, 2020
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But ultimately it's the result that counts:
The extraction of $2 TRILLION from the 'Murican Taxpayer...after a single week of panic. With more to come.
And I'm sure that Extraction Model is running: MAX-EXTRACT 20

Amman wfakhoury 15:08 GMT March 27, 2020
GBPUSD 12350

Belgrade Knez
It is 100% guaranteed

Amman wfakhoury 15:07 GMT March 27, 2020
GBPUSD 12350

Amman wfakhoury 11:03 GMT March 16, 2020
HIGH risk trading in high volatile market: Reply
Guaranteed 100%
GBPUSD will reached 12350 as price keeps above 12285.
the price closed above 12285.
1.2350 will be reached if price keeps above 12285.
any decline below 12285 will return to it

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swiss frank 14:58 GMT March 27, 2020
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Then its the manual overrides that are the problem for a place like Spain where they had the information and failed to act. March 8 they allowed a march of 100,000 people to walk through the center of Madrid. March 11 they said no to closing off the city. As IB says clowns to the left and allow me to finish jokers to the right, here I am, stuck in the middle...

dc CB 14:54 GMT March 27, 2020
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swiss frank 13:30 GMT
Maybe they are considering things like
Of course. But you can't think that this Model(as well as many models) used did not EXIST --- probably for decades...just plug in the name of the current Disease, and run the numbers.
So when China went into lockdown in Jan...take this Model and plug in WUHAN VIRUS...shut down Travel and Restrict Border entry. In January.

Again based on the Model.

london red 14:46 GMT March 27, 2020
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lets see what happens at those sups first. they got their cash so another run at 2640 poss. Even 2850 doable before they roll over for retest of lows. I prefer to buy dips as there are far many more up bars than down bars after a dip so odds of success higher.

dc CB 14:37 GMT March 27, 2020
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as I noted yest REPOs are soooooo yesterday, non of the cool-kids do REPO anymore.

Today's REPO --done.
Single Day, due back Mon - 6.75Bln. 0.1%

Term 84 Days due June 19 --- NO Submissions

PAR 14:35 GMT March 27, 2020
Christine still doesn't get that NIRP does more bad than good. Never Coronabonds in an environment with negative rates. Without negative rated European banks would have been in much better shape.

Blaming now the banks is one bridge too far.

Mtl JP 14:26 GMT March 27, 2020
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or... has already filled on "purchasing" $125 billion of securities, corporate bonds, asset-backed securities, municipal bonds, and mortgage-backed securities and exhausted the $300 billion treasury backed lending program
set up as Main Street loan facility with unlimited QE

Mtl JP 14:21 GMT March 27, 2020
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red currently 2350 looks far
unless jerome's gang goes delinquent / asleep

AT Trader john 14:03 GMT March 27, 2020
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University of Michigan Sentiment Index Final March, 2020

89.1 vs. 93.3 exp. vs. 95.9 preliminary

RELEASE: Index of Consumer Sentiment

Mtl JP 14:01 GMT March 27, 2020
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now at 1/4%
after it cut its rate earlier again and
announced it is buying bonds

thanking coronavirus

Mtl JP 13:50 GMT March 27, 2020

EURO 1.0968
puppy s pushing away away from 200day

Mtl JP 13:37 GMT March 27, 2020
boris KO means brexit KO

GBP 1.2227
in chop chop mode
Res at 1.23 and 20day
S 1.2150

london red 13:36 GMT March 27, 2020
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snp. sup 2500/03 2440/30 res by 2597/2640/46

london red 13:33 GMT March 27, 2020
boris KO means brexit KO

abv 12304 fib then cable can finished inverted shs. sup/neck at 120 in case of retest. tgt range 124. cable can see 128-130 once panic unwound. but then starts trek lower. eurgbp a better play on sterling for brexit fwiw.

swiss frank 13:30 GMT March 27, 2020
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Maybe they are considering things like
- Maybe not 50,000 or 200,000 or 400,000 deaths (per country) now but by ___, __, 2021?
- Who's on the front line here? Medical professionals (mostly). Can our system sustain a loss or incapacitation of 50%?
- What is the physical capacity of our health care infrastructure? Can it sustain a very large influx of sick AND contagious people within a few weeks?
- What should we do, Something? or Nothing?

Just thinking out loud (kind of)...

Bali Sja 13:26 GMT March 27, 2020
boris KO means brexit KO

Red, so you think we have seen cable's top at 1.23?

Paris ib 13:23 GMT March 27, 2020
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The U.S. did not close down because 1,300 deaths (as of today) but because of model projections.

The ones that predicted Italy would have 400,000 deaths by now. The whole thing is a complete farce.

Paris ib 13:17 GMT March 27, 2020
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Yeah it did, absolutely.

dc CB 13:17 GMT March 27, 2020
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so I ask again Did the US shut down, did the world go on lock down Based on a MODEL?

Paris ib 13:11 GMT March 27, 2020
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CB anybody who knows anything about the 'Independent Variable' (a seriously hilarious concept) knows all these models are b.llshit at the get go. What they rely on is everyone's eyes glazing over as soon as bag loads of numbers get thrown around, which is what happens. Computer models are just smoke and mirrors for the pseudo-experts.

Mtl JP 13:00 GMT March 27, 2020



dc CB 12:53 GMT March 27, 2020
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****We don't need more Gretas****
indeed. Nor do we need more Al Gores.

But, The Models show!!!!!!.
Did the US shut down it's entire economy based on a Model???
Did the 'modeler' jus change some inputs and now changes his mind?

************************************Imperial College London's Neil Ferguson - who originally estimated 500,000 deaths in the UK due to Coronavirus, now says that the virus will peak in just two or three weeks, and that UK deaths from the disease are now unlikely to exceed 20,000, according to NewScientist

Ferguson - whose 'Terrifying' research from just 10 days ago predicted 2.2 million deaths in the US and that the UK would need to be under quarantine for 18 months or more - now says

His reasoning is that estimates of the virus's transmissibility are much higher than previously thought - and that many more people have gotten it than we realize, making it less dangerous overall.

Prof Who Predicted 500K UK Deaths Now Says Under 20K Will Die, Peak In Two Weeks

Portland USA 12:50 GMT March 27, 2020
Forex rate
Entry: Target: Stop:

Looking to the domestic economy and investors aren't likely to find any solace with GDP growth unexpectedly slowing to a four year low of 5.5% in the last quarter, sparking an immediate quarter point interest cut from the central bank (in early August), trimming the key policy rate to 4.25%.
portland dog walking/a>

Belgrade Knez 12:39 GMT March 27, 2020

Mtl JP 12:36 GMT 03/27/2020
Knez plz c pol

what does "c pol" stands for?

Mtl JP 12:36 GMT March 27, 2020

Knez plz c pol

AT Trader john 12:33 GMT March 27, 2020
Breaking News

U.S. Personal Income, Spending, PCE Deflator February, 2020

Personal Income +0.60% vs. +0.40% exp v +0.60% (r prev.)
Personal Spending +0.10% vs. +0.30% exp v +0.20% () prev.
Core PCE Defl +1.80% vs. +1.80% exp. vs. +1.60% (r)prev.

RELEASE: Personal Income

Belgrade Knez 12:07 GMT March 27, 2020

london red

thank you for your reply.

london red 12:05 GMT March 27, 2020

rejection of 209dma and subsequent move under 11050/65 argues looking for a sup lvl to test maybe 10960/65.

AT Trader john 12:04 GMT March 27, 2020
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USD was looking weak just before the NY open. The Johnson story then changed its tone.

That could change again but I suggest PATIENCE now and use your Amazing Trader lines for directional guidence.

Belgrade Knez 11:58 GMT March 27, 2020
london red

could you please share your eurusd view?

thank you.

london red 11:49 GMT March 27, 2020
boris KO means brexit KO

bali, folks want brexit, johnson just saw an op. brexit is happening. they will not extend transition period come july 1st. in europe unelected officials push their project and fold at last monet to continue game. in uk the folks want to leave, have left and now will likely go to wto or bare bones plus wto at v best. the hopeful long sterling trades will be burned again. eurgbp 1.00/1.05 is coming. use dips to 84-88 to set up for that tgt.

bali sja 11:42 GMT March 27, 2020
boris KO means brexit KO

kl shawn 11:37 GMT March 27, 2020
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next they gonna say it is a hoax, another boris jhonson from the next block, so cable can rally to 1.25

PAR 11:35 GMT March 27, 2020
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Johnson got it from Barnier?

kl shawn 11:33 GMT March 27, 2020
sell cable
Prince Charles, now Boris, next Queen Elizabeth? game over

Amman wfakhoury 11:32 GMT March 27, 2020
GBPUSD 12225

First return to 12225 from 12180.

Paris ib 11:29 GMT March 27, 2020
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Oh my goodness. What a circus. Let's put Piers Morgan in charge, that should be fun. He also has an answer for everything.

Now it's being called a mental health crisis. Yeah that's right all the journalists and politicians are out of their f.cking minds.

Mental Health Crisis

Amman wfakhoury 11:25 GMT March 27, 2020
GBPUSD 12225
GBPUSD into buy mood.
any decline below 12225 will return to it if price keeps above 12165

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kl fs 11:25 GMT March 27, 2020
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so everyone should sell cable now?

PAR 11:21 GMT March 27, 2020
Toxique Trio
Toxique trio Lagarde, Macron, von der Leyen saving us from Coronavirus.

AT Trader john 11:18 GMT March 27, 2020
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PM Johnson tests positive for has virus. mild symptoms.

Mtl JP 10:56 GMT March 27, 2020
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asians about even
europeans currently heaving reasonably heavily
US looking to open down about 2%

oil up a bit
gold down ~20 bux

Mtl JP 10:49 GMT March 27, 2020
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someone explain jerome 'We may well be in a recession' powell's

"It is not a blank check in the sense that we are limited by the ability to take losses,"
the Fed's emergency lending is dependent on getting a backstop from the Treasury Department. "Effectively, $1 of loss-absorption is worth $10 worth of loans."

the "dependent" part please. tia

AT Trader john 10:46 GMT March 27, 2020
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GBPUSD looking to be in short supply again, at this hour at least. Lets see how the day develops...

Paris ib 10:39 GMT March 27, 2020
The Global Pandemic as Cover for Financial Reset

Italy just approved the use of Chloroquine for treating the Virus.

Same country which declared it dangerous in January and required a prescription. Not as bad as in France where stocks were apparently pillaged. By who? The vikings.

Bayer reportedly stopped selling the stuff in November last year. Bit co-ordinated all this. Still, on the bright side, they were panicked into moving with a not-so-lethal, not-spreading, treatable virus.... wonder why? Stay tuned.

Clowns to the left of me....

The Chloroquine Scandal in France

PAR 10:34 GMT March 27, 2020
Helping airports is more important than helping airlines if you want to fly in medicines from China.

Amman wfakhoury 10:31 GMT March 27, 2020
GBPUSD 12500
Is GBPUSD ready to reach 12500 today ?

PAR 10:30 GMT March 27, 2020
ABN Amro became the first European lender to register the pain of trading losses due to the virus. It will book a loss of about $200 million in the first quarter after a single U.S. client accounted for a $250 million pretax hit to its clearing business. The client failed to meet risk and margin requirements amid market volatility.

Mtl JP 10:23 GMT March 27, 2020
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Credit Cards in Canada
justin and his fin min morneau are now allegedly talking with banks to relent some on the approx 20% rate on their CCards on overdue amounts

Belgrade Knez 10:23 GMT March 27, 2020
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Mtl JP 10:16 GMT 03/27/2020
gives much better pic... than what ___ ?

than hourly chart you posted ..... no offence please, just wanted to share opinion

Mtl JP 10:16 GMT March 27, 2020
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gives much better pic... than what ___ ?

Belgrade Knez 10:08 GMT March 27, 2020
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Mtl JP 09:58 GMT 03/27/2020

JP, daily USDX gives much better pic .... 50% of the recent up move I have on my chart at 99.20 which was tested and now bouncing off of it.... now 99.80 high of 20. Feb stand as a resistance ..... JMO

PAR 10:04 GMT March 27, 2020
The Global Pandemic as Cover for Financial Reset

Who does Emmanuel Macron owe?

by Thierry Meyssan

President Macron is often presented as a Rothschild Boy. This is true but secondary. Thierry Meyssan demonstrates that he owes his electoral campaign mostly to Henry Kravis, the boss of one of the world’s largest financial companies, and to NATO.

Mtl JP 09:58 GMT March 27, 2020
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DLR's cascade

Paris ib 09:52 GMT March 27, 2020
The Global Pandemic as Cover for Financial Reset

“What’s at stake is the survival of the European project,” Macron

There you go, some good will come from this. Have 'they' shot themselves in the foot? Hope so.

From Bloomberg: "the crisis has led to a renewed push for a never-before-tried financial tool -- now aptly renamed “coronabonds.”.... these pooled debt securities could help overcome one of the biggest hurdles faced by the European Union: how to drive more financial integration and risk-sharing across the continent.... Pre-coronavirus they were known as euro bonds"

I'm not saying they won't manage to push this through, they well might, but it's part of a very ugly European Project.

At least we have a Cui Bono now

AT Trader john 09:50 GMT March 27, 2020
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DJ: -447
SP: -53.1

2-yr 0.267% -0.6
Spread 10s-2s +49.9 (+49.8)

US: 0.766% -3.9
UK: 0.381% -1.7
DE: -0.442% -7.3

Spot Rate (Pivot Point)
EURUSD 1.1002 (1.0982)
GBPUSD 1.2201 (1.2032)
EURGBP 0.9016 (0.9140)
USDJPY 108.88 (110.01)

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mon: 1.0637-1.0836 (193)

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PAR 09:48 GMT March 27, 2020
Rates: ECB in control of sovereign spreads

The ECB scrapped the maximum amount of bonds it can buy from each EMU sovereign (issuer limit) to fully employ its €750bn QE bazooka. Peripheral bonds rallied significantly. In combination with the prospect of unlimited OMT-purchases, it indicates that the central bank is de facto in control of sovereign credit spreads.

Question is what will German courts say about this.

Lagarde is Macron's puppet.

AT Trader john 09:28 GMT March 27, 2020
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AA: Major, A: High, B: Medium

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Israel MacroMicro 09:22 GMT March 27, 2020
The Global Pandemic as Cover for Financial Reset

one way to see it

Paris ib 09:13 GMT March 27, 2020
The Global Pandemic as Cover for Financial Reset

In Europe there are no functioning national parliaments, EU law abrogates all national laws. The European Council decides everything.

Now they want Euro Bonds. Hey Italy "reports" 8,000 dead from this Virus and we need help..... not for the Virus really... but because we CLOSED DOWN the country.

Every year more than 7,000 people in Italy die from the flu and millions are contaminated. But this year we thought we would CLOSE DOWN the country and create an economic disaster so that we can progress our European Project. BREXIT has made this urgent. We need to consolidate before the wheels fall off altogether.

Yeah right.

Some facts - in Italian

Paris ib 08:44 GMT March 27, 2020
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Now we get an idea of where this is going. France, Italy and Spain are all pressing Germany to allow the EU to issue bonds. That's a big part of the European Project, which we all know and love, NOT.

And the terms being used in the Italian Press are sooooooo emotional.

Told you: watch the press on this one. There are no FACTS behind this, this is all press rabble rousing and fake experts and VERY dodgy statistics. Switzerland and Sweden are still not in lockdown.

Meanwhile in the States they have lockdown, except for PRISONERS - of which they have a huge number in private prisons - who are now being released (because of the non-existant virus risk). At the same time it is being made impossible to buy guns (lockdown impacts gun shops). Where are they going with that?

Trump better get this quarantine lifted QUICK. Already Cuomo is beginning to make noises about how maybe it wasn't the best idea in the FIRST PLACE.

Cuomo has doubts

Paris ib 08:37 GMT March 27, 2020
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Chloroquine has suddenly reappeared in France on prescription. That didn't take long, a couple of interesting articles about the clear obstruction of treatment in the French and international press and - hey presto - those robbed stores of Chloroquine magically appear.

Who and when do they go on trial?

The Chloroquine Scandal in France

Israel MacroMicro 08:32 GMT March 27, 2020
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ib 06:58

Trump presents his version of 'arbeit macht frei'
seems he is bit panicked about his hotels.

Paris ib 08:31 GMT March 27, 2020
Corona death reports may be wrong

Thanks Haifa ac... this an enormous SCAM. I would go so far as to call it an attempted coup.

That proto-fascist dweeb, Conte - on the back of this SCAM - is now demanding the EU be allowed to issue BONDS. See where this is going with this?

Unmitigated gall? Now Conte says: Either Europe remains united or it does not exist.

Guess what Mr. Dweeb? I approve the second option. Thanks for trying. I would like to see you on trial shortly but have no special expectations in that regard given the corruption which exists in Italy.

The European Fascist State

haifa ac 07:44 GMT March 27, 2020
Corona death reports may be wrong
But there’s another, potentially even more serious problem: the way that deaths are recorded. If someone dies of a respiratory infection in the UK, the specific cause of the infection is not usually recorded, unless the illness is a rare ‘notifiable disease’. So the vast majority of respiratory deaths in the UK are recorded as bronchopneumonia, pneumonia, old age or a similar designation. We don’t really test for flu, or other seasonal infections. If the patient has, say, cancer, motor neurone disease or another serious disease, this will be recorded as the cause of death, even if the final illness was a respiratory infection. This means UK certifications normally under-record deaths due to respiratory infections.

Now look at what has happened since the emergence of Covid-19. The list of notifiable diseases has been updated. This list — as well as containing smallpox (which has been extinct for many years) and conditions such as anthrax, brucellosis, plague and rabies (which most UK doctors will never see in their entire careers) — has now been amended to include Covid-19. But not flu. That means every positive test for Covid-19 must be notified, in a way that it just would not be for flu or most other infections.

In the current climate, anyone with a positive test for Covid-19 will certainly be known to clinical staff looking after them: if any of these patients dies, staff will have to record the Covid-19 designation on the death certificate — contrary to usual practice for most infections of this kind. There is a big difference between Covid-19 causing death, and Covid-19 being found in someone who died of other causes. Making Covid-19 notifiable might give the appearance of it causing increasing numbers of deaths, whether this is true or not. It might appear far more of a killer than flu, simply because of the way deaths are recorded.

If we take drastic measures to reduce the incidence of Covid-19, it follows that the deaths will also go down. We risk being convinced that we have averted something that was never really going to be as severe as we feared. This unusual way of reporting Covid-19 deaths explains the clear finding that most of its victims have underlying conditions — and would normally be susceptible to other seasonal viruses, which are virtually never recorded as a specific cause of death.

Let us also consider the Covid-19 graphs, showing an exponential rise in cases — and deaths. They can look alarming. But if we tracked flu or other seasonal viruses in the same way, we would also see an exponential increase. We would also see some countries behind others, and striking fatality rates. The United States Centers for Disease Control, for example, publishes weekly estimates of flu cases. The latest figures show that since September, flu has infected 38 million Americans, hospitalised 390,000 and killed 23,000. This does not cause public alarm because flu is familiar.

The data on Covid-19 differs wildly from country to country. Look at the figures for Italy and Germany. At the time of writing, Italy has 69,176 recorded cases and 6,820 deaths, a rate of 9.9 per cent. Germany has 32,986 cases and 157 deaths, a rate of 0.5 per cent. Do we think that the strain of virus is so different in these nearby countries as to virtually represent different diseases? Or that the populations are so different in their susceptibility to the virus that the death rate can vary more than twentyfold? If not, we ought to suspect systematic error, that the Covid-19 data we are seeing from different countries is not directly comparable.

Look at other rates: Spain 7.1 per cent, US 1.3 per cent, Switzerland 1.3 per cent, France 4.3 per cent, South Korea 1.3 per cent, Iran 7.8 per cent. We may very well be comparing apples with oranges. Recording cases where there was a positive test for the virus is a very different thing to recording the virus as the main cause of death.

Early evidence from Iceland, a country with a very strong organisation for wide testing within the population, suggests that as many as 50 per cent of infections are almost completely asymptomatic. Most of the rest are relatively minor. In fact, Iceland’s figures, 648 cases and two attributed deaths, give a death rate of 0.3 per cent. As population testing becomes more widespread elsewhere in the world, we will find a greater and greater proportion of cases where infections have already occurred and caused only mild effects. In fact, as time goes on, this will become generally truer too, because most infections tend to decrease in virulence as an epidemic progresses.

One pretty clear indicator is death. If a new infection is causing many extra people to die (as opposed to an infection present in people who would have died anyway) then it will cause an increase in the overall death rate. But we have yet to see any statistical evidence for excess deaths, in any part of the world.

Covid-19 can clearly cause serious respiratory tract compromise in some patients, especially those with chest issues, and in smokers. The elderly are probably more at risk, as they are for infections of any kind. The average age of those dying in Italy is 78.5 years, with almost nine in ten fatalities among the over-70s. The life expectancy in Italy — that is, the number of years you can expect to live to from birth, all things being equal — is 82.5 years. But all things are not equal when a new seasonal virus goes around.

by Dr John Lee

Here in Israel there are 9 deaths so far. Guess what, ALL BUT ONE of the dead had severe previous ailments and for all we know would have died Corona or not.Yet they reported as Corona victims. This is Scientifically very wrong!
Don't be surprised if the Corona epidemic will "end" abruptly. Already in several placed the rate of growth is Far from being geometric.

HK Kevin 07:42 GMT March 27, 2020

Closed all positions with tiny profit. It's Fri
HK Kevin 17:31 GMT 03/26/2020
hk ab 17:21 GMT, I sold AUD at 0.6068 earlier. So far, this pair makes a lower high and lower low as compared with yestersay. Also sold some EUR at 1.1035. Let's see how it works

Paris ib 07:00 GMT March 27, 2020
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"Dr. Deborah Birx told reporters on Thursday. She noted that the alarmist statistics about the spread of the virus said Italy would reach 400,000 deaths by now, but the actual death toll was nowhere near that."

We don't need more Gretas

Paris ib 06:58 GMT March 27, 2020
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People working in the front line in Italy have noted a disturbing trend: deaths where a significant number of other health problens are present (terminal cancer, heart failure, chronic illness) are simply being chalked up to the Beer Virus.

This has left these workers scratching their head! The books are being cooked in Italy!

"Entire US states have put much of their population under house arrest over the past two weeks based on doomsday models of Covid-19 spread and mortality rates amplified by alarmist activist groups."

No Crisis in New York - ignore the headlines!

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Israel MacroMicro 02:24 GMT March 27, 2020

$500B weekly, with $500B annually US healthcare to get better many times than currently.


Israel MacroMicro 02:22 GMT March 27, 2020

am I missing something?

$500B from the FED to purchase financial instruments available.

$2.2T from the Senate to fund money bags parachutes also available

so why they are trying to connect two patients to one medical unit and doesn't allocate urgent funding to solve the shortage of medical equipment in US medical institutions?

Americans busy with easter bunnies are more crucial for the nation than solving a medical issue?

bit lost with understanding priorities of politicians, especially the US president who cannot stop screaming that he is NOT a politician. strange times

dc CB 01:56 GMT March 27, 2020
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Pelosi also asserted that the House would pass the $2.2 trillion economic stimulus package on Friday

The Speaker will hold a voice vote, where members say 'aye' or 'nay' from the House floor

She said if someone tries to force a recorded vote she would change the rules
The new rules would give a small group of lawmakers the power to vote on behalf of the larger group of congressmen and women on the floor

Pelosi says the package will be on Donald Trump's desk for signature by Friday

'We can go bigger!' Nancy Pelosi hints at a SECOND round of emergency checks to all Americans

dc CB 01:35 GMT March 27, 2020

You'd never know it. taken earlier this week. Upper Eastside park on the East River---as noted, that large white manse with many chimnies is Gracie Mansion --- the offical residence of the Mayor of NY...( slide #10)

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Mtl JP 01:30 GMT March 27, 2020
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dc CB 01:28 GMT March 27, 2020
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Of note:

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) officially joined the congressional Over 80s Club on Thursday.
Pelosi joins several other octogenarians in Congress:

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD): 80
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA): 81
Rep. Don Young (R-AK): 86
Rep. John Lewis (D-GA): 80
Rep. Hal Rogers (R-KY): 82
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC): 82
House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-SC) will turn 80 in July.

The two oldest members of the U.S. Senate — both 86 — are Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA).

Tallinn viies 01:13 GMT March 27, 2020
by monday NYC may be new Wuhan. locked down.

Minneapolis DRS2 00:56 GMT March 27, 2020
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From what I've read in various news articles, the differences between Germany and France are numerous, making comparison difficult.

For example, a CNN article I read states that not only were the German cases diagnosed earlier than the French cases, but the German cases that were diagnosed were largely of older Germans coming back from skiing vacations. They were therefore more fit in spite of their advanced age, and better able to withstand illness.

You can read similar tales in other countries. Yeah, Italy was hard-hit, but Italian cities are chock-full of Chinese families on vacation...stuff like that.

Mtl JP 00:38 GMT March 27, 2020
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- the German Covid-19 mortality rate is about 0.4%
- France's is around 5%


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