Amidst a slew of Wall Street Fuckwit Analysts downgrading their GDP forecasts, both Domestic and Global, it’s no surprise that this month’s Monthly Economic Overview from Markit is more REALISTIC (Negative) than what the media might want us to believe.
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Here is an Impeccable/Flawless Global Economic Overview for the month of May 2013 .via. Markit Research.
The Farce, otherwise known as Economic Recovery, has hit a road-block, as the new CLO Issuances dropped dramatically in the months of April and May, which contradicts all the BS that The Fed, The Government, The Media, and The Analysts … Continue reading
US ECONOMIC DATA: U.S. economy adds 165,000 jobs in April Unemployment rate drops to 7.5% from 7.6% Unemployment rate lowest since December 2008 Job growth outpaces increase in labor force March job gain revised up to 138,000 vs 88,000 February … Continue reading
WARNING: This week is full of Booby Traps. Chose your trades wisely. Here are the key economic events that you need to pay close attention to this week: MONDAY April 29: 8:30 AM - Personal Income and Outlays - Prior … Continue reading
Here are the key economic events that you need to pay close attention to this week: MONDAY April 22nd: 10:00 AM - Existing Home Sales - Prior Consensus Consensus Range Existing Home Sales - Level - SAAR 4.98 M 5.030 M 4.900 M to 5.100 M … Continue reading
Here is an Impeccable/Flawless Global Economic Overview for the month of April 2013 .via. Markit Research. Stronger growth in China and Japan contrasts with worries over the US, UK and Eurozone outlooks. Resurgent Trade Flows Drive Upturn In Global Economy … Continue reading
As the reckless money printing drives the markets higher and higher, here is a reality check for all those BTFD Lemmings .via. Crestmont Research: Game Changer: Market Beware Slower Economic Growth by Ed Easterling The headline across the financial press … Continue reading
UK and Eurozone Industrial Production Data US Retail Sales China Trade and Inflation numbers The week sees important indications of industrial performance in the UK and eurozone, which are likely to show weak trends, as well as retail sales for … Continue reading