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dc CB  16:54:08 GMT - 01/15/2016  
G.E. Appliances is performing well, and there was significant interest from potential buyers, helping drive a good deal which will benefit our investors, customers and employees, Jeff Immelt, G.E.s chairman and chief executive, said in a news release.

PS: Immelt - Obama's erstwhile "Jobs Czar"

G.E. to Sell Appliance Division to Haier for $5.4 Billion

Mtl JP  16:49:17 GMT - 01/15/2016  
huh - no growth opps in China ?
Chinas diabetes boom promises $23 billion pot for drug makers
How big is the potential market for diabetes drugs in China? As big as the entire populations of Australia, Canada and Argentina combined. And its growing.
Pikers market

Paris ib  16:42:50 GMT - 01/15/2016  
red... right. The whole media call for China to be a growth engine is just a joke. You can't be a growth engine for the rest of the world unless you are net importer. China is a net exporter, always has been. So a China slow down MEANS NOTHING for the Western world and is potentially a positive if it means lower commodity prices. So the China explanation is a DUD at the outset. Stocks and the economy are in trouble in the WEST for other reasons. And should we see a withdrawal of foreign finance (China and Japan) then we really will have a depression in those countries dependent on that capital.

PAR 16:42:37 GMT - 01/15/2016  
Margin call time .

Mtl JP  16:39:58 GMT - 01/15/2016  
what is missing so far is that next financial bubble crash
powers that be doing their utmost to not allow a cleansing

london red  16:38:54 GMT - 01/15/2016  
they want to switch to it, but it wont happen overnight. and certainly not if millions get washed away with nothing to show for it when loans get called. it will set them back years. and the western consumer giants that were looking to the chinese as a growth engine for them are going to be disappointed.

Paris ib  16:35:04 GMT - 01/15/2016  
red China never had consumer led growth. They counted on exports. Following 2008 they found out they better try something else. But China is not having trouble because of lower domestic consumption. It all comes back to the collapse in Western economies. And it means we have to have a major readjustment. Because the model of growth we had where slave labour in the East produced cheap goods for the West while Eastern savings were lent to the West to finance that Western spending. That's over. Big time over. Hence major economic adjustment and not before time.

london red  16:28:27 GMT - 01/15/2016  
its a collection of problems ib. slowing western economies. chinas switch is/will hurt australia. the fall in oil is hurting SW funds which are having to sell assets.
china getting to sell stuff cheaper to the west (yuan) is a plus for western consumers but the bursting of massive credit bubble in china will mean demand from chinese consumers will fall off a cliff. so they wont be getting their consumer led growth too quickly.

Mtl JP  16:28:05 GMT - 01/15/2016  
think euro is going to break far from 1.0950 ?

PAR 16:26:47 GMT - 01/15/2016  
Dudley should look at waht negative interest artes did for the European stock markets . Rising stockmarkets did not help the real economy ,so falling stockmarkets will not hurt the real economy .

Biggest problem are the sorcerers apprentices at the Central Banks all over the world . From USA , Japan China and Europe.

Paris ib  16:25:34 GMT - 01/15/2016  
China is in trouble because as an EXPORT orientated economy the collapse of demand in its export markets means The End of that economic model of development. China is reeling because demand in the West has collapsed. They know that. How come we don't?

Paris ib  16:18:55 GMT - 01/15/2016  
Personally I think the 'China' explanation for the stock sell off is BOGUS.

Paris ib  16:17:52 GMT - 01/15/2016  
red that really doesn't answer my question. Why, if it is happening, does a slow down in China matter to the 'Western' world and what is the transmission mechanism? Why should we care? Why should markets care? Serious question.

dc CB  16:17:43 GMT - 01/15/2016  
from the Dudley Q&A


Back to Back Bounce Meisters canna' do it. capt'n I'm givin' it all she got, anymore and she's gonna' blow.........more Scotty, I need MORE

dc CB  16:12:29 GMT - 01/15/2016  
10Y hit 1.98 as cash Tres opened this morning.
Bet those "Indirects" wish they'd taken down more of the 30Y auction yest.

london red  16:12:00 GMT - 01/15/2016  
raw materials price down 50-70% in one year doesnt translate to a slow down from 7 to 6%. they didnt switch to consumer/service overnight. that takes decades. but believe it if you wish, just dont put your money on it as you will be wrong.

PAR 16:09:02 GMT - 01/15/2016  
Consumption is soo out of fashion . Now its all about the experience . Only idiots buy all the time new iPhones .

Paris ib  16:08:48 GMT - 01/15/2016  
red why should that be important? What is the transmission mechanism there? Honestly I doubt China is collapsing but if it were I do not see why that should have any impact on anyone except the commodity exporters. The 'headlines' and the 'pundits' are wide of the mark.

london red  16:06:30 GMT - 01/15/2016  
china going dwn the toilet faster than a flushed log, but us consumer supposed to sup economy. afterall its 70% internally driven. but not by todays data. might be wrong but dont think can go up without a solid flush out first.

london red  16:04:21 GMT - 01/15/2016  
daily s&p 1875 straddle 18 points. saying we dont see 1900 or 1850. thats too small.

dc CB  16:03:30 GMT - 01/15/2016  
The American "financial press" is still blaming this all on China...because the US Econ is "strong".

PAR 16:02:35 GMT - 01/15/2016  
Herr Fritz starting to feel really unwell today and feels a lot of nostalgia for the time when solid bankers like Tietmeyer were in charge of the Bundesbank.

Every day he is getting more upset about negative interest rates and the comedia dell arte of the ECB .

Only good investment seems to be a job at ECB and the fat pension that comes with it . ECB bankers do not need to invest and have not to worry about negative interest rates.
European taxpayer take care of that .

dc CB  15:54:54 GMT - 01/15/2016  
1841...1831 (Aug low) ....1813 (Oct 2014 low)...1804.(123% Fib Retrac of the 2008High to the 2009 Low)...

dc CB  15:42:43 GMT - 01/15/2016  
Dudley DoRight-American NIRP. First Reaction

ESH. The reaction low to the first Dudley DoRight FED Mouth Bounce from Aug at 1861, got taken out just before the CAsh open by 3ticks.... 1860.25 . On the Open - over 100K Eminis were traded off that low Jamming the ES 10 points higher in 5 mins.

(as a side note - ZeroHedge is down)

london red  15:36:29 GMT - 01/15/2016  
1843 or 1790 for me nh. anymore than that and real problems, no coming back quickly.

dc CB  15:33:18 GMT - 01/15/2016  
The reviews are in: Bullard's Bounce II audiences pan the sequel. Nowhere as good as the original...just a retread of a tired some of the reviews.

Dudley DoRight - American NIRP, opened to mixed reviews this morning.

Israel Dil  15:32:14 GMT - 01/15/2016  
very good chance that you are right NH, Walmart closed stores fired people because minimum wage rise, or its actually due to the online purchases?

Livingston nh  15:25:58 GMT - 01/15/2016  
For the first hour stox have maintained the dreaded 10 to 1 neg A/D and more than 20 to 1 neg volume -- today is probably the washout - maybe a bit lower price next week BUT this is probably the Worst overall

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