Blackrock (largest money manager in the Milky Way) has been a buyer as well. Says new government getting its act together. According to Bloomberg. Wonder if those comments sparked the melt up a short while ago? We’re now at 1.3530. … Continue reading
Government’s time frame is the 2013 elections Will detail additional measures at Nov 28 EcoFin meeting Supported idea of Euro bonds as an economist but wants to discuss with France and Germany before taking a stance as PM
Meeting Barroso and Van Romuy in Brussels on Tuesday Meeting Sarkozy and Merkel in Strasbourg on Thursday
Ok, we’re all agreed, right? Confident? Confident. Get on with it already! EUR/USD is finding support at the old level of resistance at 1.3555 and consolidating below 1.3590.
Weaker than median forecast of -6.0%. Booooooooooo.
Hooooooooooooooooooray!! EUR/USD back over 1.3500 in somewhat directionless trade (that’s British understatement for ya) UPDATE: Hands up those who think they might be picking up a few Spanish bonds as well….
New government fiscal program gets a shot in the arm from the Senate Lower House votes tomorrow Widely expected, no market reaction. EUR/USD at 1.3460.
And they both offered him their full support And there was much rejoicing…
Shouldn’t he be busy cutting the Italian budget, instead? He is speaking before his confidence vote later this evening in Rome.
Majority of feed back from investors positive (Really, dude? Really?) If confidence improves and volatility falls, will be ready to join in EFSF leveraging schemes IMF cannot participate in EFSF funding; can contribute know-how Leveraging options received positive reception in … Continue reading