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GDP

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 20, 2014

London home asking prices fall most in more than 6 years. London home sellers cut asking prices by the most in more than 6 years this month, adding to signs that the property market in the UK capita…

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 18, 2014

A deflationary stagnation is coming. Germany’s economy shrank in the second quarter and France continued its no growth performance. Some have blamed the tit-for-tat sanctions with Russia, others may…

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 04, 2014

Economic data salad – August 2014. This past week has seen a slurry of economic data points as well as geopolitical events, that have been effecting the markets. It has been sort of an economic…

Blue Point Trading Market View – May 09, 2014

GDP Q2 2014, ready to skyrocket? Dollar? As most of the FOREX traders know, the Dollar has taken a pounding this past week. Pretty much across the board on the major pairs. When looking at the Dollar…

Blue Point Trading Market View – April 23, 2014

Corporate Profits vs. GDP, in 2014 at extremes. After-tax profits as a percent of GDP are at record levels as we can see in the thumbnail chart. In fact they are the highest since the Fed has been…

Blue Point Trading Market View – March 28, 2014

Historical GDP vs Interest Rates, what does it say? I recently came across a rather interesting historical chart. This chart, shown in the thumbnail, shows the US GDP growth rates verses the 10 year…

Blue Point Trading Market View – October 25, 2013

Total Market Cap vs. GDP. As the market grinds higher, hitting new highs practically everyday, some are asking, is this for real or is a bubble being formed in equities. Here in the thumbnail, is a…

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 12, 2013

China slowing 2013? Usually when looking at a growing economy, one can track loan growth (a measure of economic activity) and compare it to its GDP output. Looking at the thumbnail chart, for China…

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 09, 2013

SP500 vs GDP expectations – which is wrong? The SP500 has surged to record highs in the US despite analysts reducing their GDP forecasts over the past two years. Taking a look at the thumbnail chart…

Blue Point Trading Market View – July 01, 2013

World is slowing – no rebound in sight. Take a look at the thumbnail chart showing the world GDP on a year-over year basis for the world, high income countries, the BRICS and other emerging markets.

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