Written by Gary
U.S. markets remain barely in the green as the afternoon session starts in earnest. Europe closes sharply higher on boosted QE hopes as the ECB said it was ready to give the eurozone a bigger dose of stimulus if inflation did not increase, buoying investors.
WTI oil is once again falling and the markets are following suit as the 'morning' has turned into an 'afternoon dip'. Only an experienced trader can enjoy sessions like this as the 'normal' indicators are either neutral or mixed.
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Michael Hudson's New Book: Wall Street Parasites Have Devoured Their Hosts - Your Retirement Plan and the U.S. Economy
Original at Wall Street on Parade
by Pam Martens, Washington's Blog
The riveting writer, Michael Hudson, has read our collective minds and the simmering anger in our hearts. Millions of American have long suspected that their inability to get financially ahead is an intentional construct of Wall Street's central planners.
Zhi: A Critique of Modern Money Theory and the Disequilibrium Dynamics of Banking and Government Fin
Written by Gary
U.S. stock futures index is up almost one percentage point as investors await the latest news from the ECB on a rate decision (no change) and the jobless and continuing claims (higher) reports this morning. The pre-markets barely moved and we will have to wait for the opening to get a feel of market direction.
Written by Steven Hansen
The ISM non-manufacturing (aka ISM Services) index continues its growth cycle, but declined from 60.3 to 59.0 (above 50 signals expansion). Important internals likewise declined but remain in expansion. Market PMI Services Index was released this morning, also is in expansion, but improved.