Archive | February, 2016

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MM #92 – Time for Regrets? Referendum and Rates version

When Boris backs a Brexit, the whole world worries. After discussing the Brexit fears, we move to the Fed’s potential regret regarding rates and finish off with a dense preview of the week’s events. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. Brexit: We discuss the event that not only rocks the pound […]

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MM #91 – Oil’n’gold merry go round

We focus on critical commodities this time: the fall in oil prices has finally got the relevant sides talking, but can they really lift prices? We continue from the black gold to real gold, which is enjoying hot air. And as usual, we provide a preview for upcoming events. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, […]

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MM #90 What’s the Deal with the Death Cross? + Yellen and yen

Have markets lost the faith in central banks? We start with recent market action before continuing to the scary sounding “death cross” that spooks markets as well. We finally finish with a preview of the upcoming events. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon. Losing the faith: Central bankers used to […]

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MM #89 – Americans get a raise, negativity in Japan, Gas Naturally Low

Markets are certainly in movement: we start by the making sense of the NFP, continue with the BOJ’s negative rates, advance to the impact of snowzilla on natural gas and finish with a preview for the next events. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide feedback and pledge support on Patreon.d NFP: The miss in the headline was […]

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MM #88 – Making sense of turbulent markets

2016 began with a bang, with lots of moving parts. We put things in place by analyzing what’s going on with the Fed, how oil reacts (or not) to data and also keep you up to date with stories that might leap from the back-burner to the headlines. You are welcome to listen, subscribe, provide […]

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