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Trinh Nguyen Aug 6
Replying to @Trinhnomics
Dollar is so 👑during Asian hours: a) CNY fix was weaker-than-expected b) RBNZ was like, I will follow wherever YUAN (you) go😉& 🔪rates by 50bps & NZD -1.9% vs USD c) AUD -0.7% as doesn't want to be left behind d) RBI 🔪rates by 35bps & INR weakens vs USD & CNY
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RBA Jul 24
Replying to @JamesGRickards
Delivery just in time for my vacation ... happy to be far far away from markets next week when Fed has to combat against whatever the ECB does tomorrow
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Zoe Keller Jun 20
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Planet Ponzi Aug 5
As I predicted, on the over a year ago will devalue its in a meaningful way. Yuan has dropped past 7 per , a new record low! Remember, what I said: lead to which ultimately leads to hot wars. dream.
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Trinh Nguyen Aug 6
Replying to @Trinhnomics
India cut rates by 35bps - super duper more than the 25bps expected (okay, just 10bps) to 5.4%. The doves are spreading their wings!!! India edition 🇮🇳 🕊️🕊️🕊️🕊️
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Paul Dobson Jul 23
New Zealand’s central bank is taking another look at its strategy for unconventional monetary policy as its official cash rate looks set to plumb fresh record lows. via
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Mike Ross Kane Aug 5
In the coming I would be shocked if there isn’t more than one to emerge as a viable alternative. This has been nearly 50 years in the making. This is why I’m so proud of the work done in by my company any many others.
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Sam North Jul 31
Watch ECB/BOJ/BOE Dovish chat pick up over coming days
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Lynette Zang Aug 5
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George Goncalves Aug 5
2007-09 was focused on credit/housing/banking with /funding exposing weakness. We’re getting aftershocks of that too now. However with global rates floored or getting submerged in 2019-20, it looks like FX markets will be where the battle moves to next.
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SHORT SQUEEZED Sep 9
Has Added Nearly 100 Tons of to Its Reserves >
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Ravindra Katarki Aug 10
Flip the thinking! No ban. 1. Encourage Bitcoin mining using solar energy 2. Option for Crypto community to pay taxes in Bitcoin. None of this is new, many countries already on this path.
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Chris Marcus - Arcadia Economics Aug 25
You know things are getting out of control when the media starts referring to the hyper inflated Japanese as one of the safe havens... Can’t imagine “run the presses Abe” will stand for such a thing!
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Lars Jorgensen 28 Dec 18
? Learn MMT and stay calm "History doesn’t support this preference for fixed exchange rates." Another fine text by : MMT and the external sector - redux
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H Ahmed Aug 7
In Allowing Yuan to Devalue, China Policy Makers Concede Economy Needs a Boost As China lets the Yuan slip, the US should correspondingly hike the tariff rates on Chinese products.
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Peter Ryan Aug 2
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Mark O'Byrne Aug 15
has curbed imports according to anonymous sources in western bullion banks
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Alex Joiner Jul 15
The having an unambiguous easing bias is seemingly struggling against the having the same, leaving the AUD above US$0.700 - one of the RBA's key transmission mechanisms might be frustrated
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Mark O'Byrne Aug 21
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Kirill Klip 🌎🔥#rEVolution🔌🎸 Sep 24
! The next phase is the new gold all-time high in US : and negative rates - gold is climbing on top of the record pile of negative-yielding debt to all-time high prices in a lot of other currencies.
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