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|... pushed investors into safe haven assets such as longer-term bonds and currencies like the Swiss franc and the Japanese yen. Ahh yes, the Japanese yen - except for its mini-me trade war with South Korea, where both countries deleted each other from their ...|
|... the previous month and the fastest since the 27.5% rate recorded in April 2017. This is so far above the BCRA's 15% target. Ahh, the times have quickly gone a changin' for Argentina. Less than three months ago, Caiman Valores, a contrarian research analyst ...|
|... conference but one thing that caught my eye - one that took me back to my student days - was her mention of the word "hysteris". Ahh yes, hello hysteris my old friend, I come to talk about you again. Over to you Janet: "The idea that persistent shortfalls ...|
|... unchanged. Either it doesn't know where to go next or is waiting for Chair Janet Yellen's yak tonight - who's unsure when to go. Ahh, but then she repeated and reiterated and echoed so many, many, times for you, I and Irene to watch the data. And the ...|
|... easing... Just a day after the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) joined the central bank surprise club and decided to ooh, ahh, "have what they're having", and two days after I typed on this space "and what about China?", the People's Bank of China (PBOC) ...|
|Ahh yes, it's the time of the year again folks...the time when the World Bank WEP) releases its crystal ball's read on the year ahead. ...and despite the myriad of 'Happy New Year' wishes wished upon us when 2014 became 2015, the WB's crystal ball says ...|
|... dying breed, but we also experienced the first and second oil price shock in the early 70's and 80's when oil prices soared. Ahh yes, those were the days of global tension and hatred for the OPEC cartel and their oil embargo. The jump in crude prices ...|
|... Jinping and US president Barrack Obama at the APEC summit or his handshake connect with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe? Ahh yes, Virginia, you know where I'm going with this don't you? It's the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect. We've been waiting ...|
|... according to the IEA, "Brent prices have fallen by over 20% since June, when turmoil in Iraq lifted prices to $116/bbl". Ahh, I remember that ... that was the time - 13 June 2014 to be precise -- Bloomberg headlined, "U.S. Stocks Fall as Oil Prices Rally ...|
|... 27% fall from the current exchange of about US$0.90 and he calls it benign? Just like being benignly pregnant, I suppose. Ahh ok, it's benign because it is "not one sparked by a domestic or offshore crisis". The Australian Financial Review printed that ...|
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