Posts Tagged ‘ecb’

  • Subtle Shifts In ECB Thinking

    Subtle Shifts In ECB Thinking

    May 4, 12 • 2393 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on Subtle Shifts In ECB Thinking

    The fact that the European Central Bank didn”t change its key interest rates or announce any new policy initiatives yesterday came as little surprise to financial markets. Neither were there any dramatic changes in the tone of comments made by ECB...

  • What Will The ECB Do

    What Will The ECB Do At Tomorrow’s Meeting?

    May 2, 12 • 3625 Views • Market Commentaries 2 Comments

    Just a short while ago the view was that the May ECB meeting would be a non-event. The meeting is scheduled to take place tomorrow in Barcelona. While we don’t expect the ECB to take new measures, economic and political developments have put the focus on...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - 20-20 Vision For-greece

    Is This What Constitutes 20-20 Vision For Greece?

    Feb 20, 12 • 2823 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on Is This What Constitutes 20-20 Vision For Greece?

    There is one headline and discussion point, in relation to the Greece debacle, which constantly catches the attention IF you’re concentrating; “At stake is a target of lowering the debt to a more manageable 120 percent of gross domestic product by...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - ECB Loan Book Spoils Christmas

    Pre Xmas Optimism Blown Away Due To The ECB's Swollen Loan Book

    Dec 29, 11 • 2868 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on Pre Xmas Optimism Blown Away Due To The ECB's Swollen Loan Book

    The major market sell off experienced yesterday ‘across the board’ was due to the ECB revealing that it’s balance sheet had swelled to record highs as a consequence of its successful loan tender in the week preceding Xmas. As the deadline...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Investors Pause And Take Stock

    Investors Pause For Breath And Take Stock

    Dec 22, 11 • 4286 Views • Market Commentaries 1 Comment

    Whilst investors are winding down for the year-end and trading volumes are set to dwindle, the threat of mass credit ratings downgrades for the euro zone countries still stalks the market. However, the European Central Bank lending programme yesterday eased...

  • Forex market Commentaries - Money For Nothing

    Brothers In Arms Get Money For Nothing

    Dec 21, 11 • 10961 Views • Market Commentaries 3 Comments

    The head of the world’s biggest bond fund said he sees a more than one-in-three chance that the euro zone will break apart in 2012-2013 and trigger a financial crisis akin to the one that devastated the global economy in 2008. “It would be the equivalent...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Gold Diggers

    The Gold Diggers Song – We're In The Money

    Dec 21, 11 • 2636 Views • Market Commentaries Comments Off on The Gold Diggers Song – We're In The Money

    “The Gold Diggers’ Song (We’re in the Money)” is a song from the 1933 film Gold Diggers of 1933, sung in the opening sequence by Ginger Rogers and chorus. The lyrics were written by Al Dubin and the music by Harry Warren. It became a...

  • Daily Forex News - Bundesbank Rejects ECB Role

    Bundesbank Bunkers Down

    Dec 12, 11 • 2935 Views • Between the lines Comments Off on Bundesbank Bunkers Down

    According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief economist Olivier Blanchard the accord agreement reached by European countries during the summit on Friday morning of last week, calling for deeper economic integration, is a huge step in the right...

  • Forex Market Commentaries - Show Us The Money

    Show Us The Money, The Euro Money

    Dec 8, 11 • 3845 Views • Market Commentaries 2 Comments

    The Merkozy alliance appear immune to the noise outside of the insular tent created for them by their various Eurocrats and mandarins. The economy of Europe is on a knife-edge and their message continues to be centred on “fiscal discipline”. Paris...

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