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15 09, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: September 15, 2015

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Morning Call: September 15, 2015 Prime Minister-elect Malcolm Turnbull, ex-Goldman Sachs bankster to save Australia. Russia plans forward air operating base in Syria, as Mid-East war rages on and the EU refugee flows intensify. China building third airstrip on disputed […]

4 08, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: August 04, 2015

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Morning Call: August 04, 2015 State Department watered down human trafficking report to get trade deal. Economic data sags, Bonds climb and the Commodity rout continues. China struggles to manipulate their markets – US Hedge Fund Citadel suspended. Russian Foreign […]

3 06, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: June 03, 2015

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Morning Call: June 03, 2015 EUR rockets on Greece Deal, or was it a Deal? Euro focus on ECB Today. Inflation and better data cause a shift? Meanwhile, watch the Bonds, Job Friday, could start the next leg to higher […]

13 05, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: May 13, 2015

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Morning Call: May 13, 2015 Global Bond sell-off continues, equities and the Dollar sit back and watch – for now.

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29 09, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – September 29, 2014

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Bill Gross, PIMCO, Janus and more cockroaches? Well I have barely finished my Blog on PIMCO last week, warning of cockroaches to come, apparently some are starting to emerge from darkened corners already. Bill Gross, the “Bond King,” announced his […]

30 05, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – May 30, 2014

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What is with these crazy bonds? A roaring rally in the prices of US and European government bonds sent yields on Treasurys and other ultrasafe debt to 2014 lows, underscoring continued investor uncertainty over the pace of global economic growth. […]