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Forex Forum Archive for 10/02/2016

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dc CB 23:44 GMT October 2, 2016
The Genius of Harvard Pontificates

and since he was in the Bill Clinton Admin and helped paved the was (along with Robert Rubin) for the eleimation of Glass Steigal---which then allowed banks to gamble with deopistors money. And pushed thru the Commiodity Futures Modernization Act...which basically made instruments like CDSs and just about any derivation of that scheme that bankers could dream up...All of it KEPT IN DARK POOLS...basically Off the Books...

Well get Ready For Hillary...because guess who'll be back "advising" for the next round of Banker Induced Chaos.

Wouldn't it be nice IF Gammy Yellen could buy stocks. Just what stocks would Gammy purchase. Which Companies would be Favored with FRBNY buys.

Tinfoil Hat ON: the next phase of favored donators to that "Foundation" get their stock bought.....

dc CB 23:15 GMT October 2, 2016
The Genius of Harvard Pontificates
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Among the proposals that deserve “serious reflection” is the purchase of a “wider range of assets on a sustained and continuing basis," Summers said in a lecture at a Bank of Japan conference in Tokyo Friday. "I’m not prepared to make a policy recommendation at this point,” he told reporters later.

Summers, who also served as a top economic adviser to President Barack Obama, reiterated his concerns about “secular stagnation,” where trend economic growth rates have been reduced and neutral interest rates are lower than historic norms. To the extent that low neutral rates are in part the consequence of investors preferring fixed-income assets and steering clear of riskier options, policy makers can combat that by buying risk assets, he said.

“There are obviously important political and economic questions associated with government ownership of companies,” Summers noted. Some critics could term such a policy as “socialism,” he said

Summers Floats Idea of Sustained Government Stock Purchases

GVI Trading john bland 22:39 GMT October 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: Australian PMI Bounces Back

Australia PMI back at break-even. Flat economy. This series tends to be volatile.

GVI Forex Blog 22:33 GMT October 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: Australian PMI Bounces Back
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Australian September PMI recovers sharply.



BREAKING NEWS: Australian PMI Bounces Back

GVI Trading john bland 22:30 GMT October 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:
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Australia PMI September 2016





News ALERT

49.8 vs. n/a exp. vs. 46.9 prev.


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Livingston nh 21:19 GMT October 2, 2016
Brexit

Cable testing 1.29 for third time since Brexit -- MACD not as low as first two times -- a close below 1.29 sees new lows -- Now if Erdogan would play his visa card we might see an interesting EUR this week

dc CB 20:28 GMT October 2, 2016
US Elections

5 Weeks to go and it's already up to 7 on the Ugly Scale...But for this election cycle you can go all the way up to 11.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

NYT publishes Trumps 1995 Tax returns.
“Dean Baquet, the top editor at the New York Times, said he’d publish a story on Donald Trump’s taxes even if it means risking jail time,”. Bob Woodward also said he would go to jail too over it..

However: The New York Times paid no taxes and got an income tax refund of $3.5 million even though they had a pre-tax profit of $29.9 million in 2014.

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On Meet The Press today Clinton Campaign Manager Mook Doubles Down.
Mook said, “I think a lot of the people that stand by Donald Trump are deplorable, and the things they say are deplorable.”

It's going to 11

dc CB 19:53 GMT October 2, 2016
Oil



The battle of the models
GFS (the US model) for Sun Oct 9.

Regardless, no VLCC (crude tankers) will be making their way across the Atlantic for a week or more.

dc CB 19:29 GMT October 2, 2016
Oil



try again

dc CB 19:24 GMT October 2, 2016
Oil
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the storm that dosen't want to leave.
European Model projection for Wed Oct 12

Matthew

Livingston nh 19:14 GMT October 2, 2016
Brexit
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It appears that there is a timetable/plan for the Conservative party to move -- PM May has set a "before the end of March" to trigger Art. 50 and will propose legislation to repeal EU sovereignty in UK // apparently Scotland will be dragged out as part of the deal -- might get messy but that's for later

The Party confab also seemed to put immigration control ahead of "soft Brexit" hopes

dc CB 18:40 GMT October 2, 2016
Deutsche Bank

Friday's market session was about one thing: will Deutsche Bank stock close the week ahead of a three day holiday at a record low. It did not because, as we reported, the AFP announced that based on "sources" (most likely from Twitter), the DOJ was willing to reduce the $14 billion settlement that sent DB stock on a rollercoaster ride over the past two weeks, to just under $6 billion. The news unleashed a massive short squeeze relief rally, which sent DB stock soaring on Friday, pushing the entire market up 1%.

And while repeated attempts by the likes of Reuters to get additional information from either the DOJ, the German government or Deutsche Bank itself, have proven fruitless, overnight Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung reported that Deutsche Bank executives are heading to the United States in the coming days to negotiate the $14 billion settlement over a fine the infamous $14 billion for misselling RMBS.

In other words, not only was the $5.6 billion "agreed upon" number, as "reported" by Twitter and then AFP, bogus, but the actual negotiations have not yet even begun.

About That Deutsche "Settlement" Rumor: Cryan Hasn't Even Started Negotiations With The DOJ

GVI Trading john bland 17:04 GMT October 2, 2016
Monday Trading
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WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
3-Oct Mon
All Day PMIs
4-Oct Tues
03:30 AU- Reserve Bank of Australia Decision
08:30 GB- Construction PMI
5-Oct Wed
All Day Service PMIs
12:15 US- ADP Payrolls
14:30 US- EIA Crude
6-Oct Thu
06:15 CH- CPI
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
7-Oct Fri
08:30 GB- Trade
12:30 CA/US- Employment


Trading Themes--
  • Concern over the fate of Deutsche Bank eased as the day wore on Friday following an uncorroborated press report that the DOJ was in negotiations to reduce its fine to the for the mortgage-backed bond crisis to $5.4bln.

  • This turmoil was triggered by powerful unelected (appointed) U.S. officials who clearly are out of touch with the consequences of their actions. Sound familiar? Do you think the EU Commission will take note? Personally I doubt it.

  • Monday sees the start of the final quarter of the year. The first trading day of the month sees the release of global PMI indices which provide a useful current read on many economies via admmitedly "soft data".

  • Trading should also be subdued due to the Jewish New Year and local holidays in China and Germany.

  • John M. Bland, MBA
    co-founder Global-View.com


    CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets

PAR 15:35 GMT October 2, 2016
Deutsche Bank

Negotiations with the DOJ did not even started. . The $ 5.4 billion settlement was invented out of thin air by AFP. DB faces more trouble in Italy for helping BMPS falsify its book. Everybody is on holiday in Germany.

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