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Total Financial News, Stocks, Bonds, Foreign Markets..

 
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Less than two weeks ago, many market commentators were arguing how high the equity markets of the world could rise in 2014. They were almost unanimously bullish. Now all of that has changed. Articles are appearing suggesting that this new decline may be the start of “The Big One," ( [link to www.cnbc.com] as in a big market decline.
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After posting new all-time highs on December 31 at 16,588 and 1846.50 respectively, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P March futures have now fallen below 16,000 and 1800. It was not only in the USA where markets fell hard at the end of last week. In Europe, the German DAX made a new all-time high of 9794 on January 21, right into a price target zone given in our monthly MMA-Europe market letter. By Friday, it was down well over 200 points, below 9400. Similar moves to multi-year highs were noted in the Netherlands AEX and Swiss SMI. In London, the FTSE rallied to 6867 on Tuesday, January 21, just shy of its multi-year high of 6875 recorded on May 22, right after the third Uranus-Pluto square. By Friday, January 24, the FTSE was trading as low as 6663. This becomes a case of intermarket bearish divergence in Europe now. Last week’s trading activity was not so pronounced in Asia and the Pacific Rim

Gold and Silver both had a constructive week. On Friday, January 24, Gold rallied to 1273.20, up over $90/ounce from its double bottom low of 1181.40 on December 31, and its highest level since November 20.
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01/25/2014 05:53 AM

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Can't wait until Sunday night! Red all across the board!

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I am not comprehending what a currency reset is, google has me even more confused. Anyone care to explain it in simple terms?
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Now it gets even more interesting late this week. On January 31, Venus will end its retrograde motion and return to direct motion. Any counter-trend rally that started within a few days of Venus turning retrograde on December 21, are prone to end that counter-trend move and return to its original trend within less than ten trading days of January 31. That is the theory, anyway, and if valid, it would pertain to stocks, treasuries, and precious metals, all of which reversed their long-term trends within 10 trading days of December 31, and continue those counter-trend moves as of Friday, January 24, which is now within five trading days of Venus turning direct.

Jupiter will also unfold its second (of three) oppositions to Pluto on the same date, January 31. This will only add to the possibility of a mini-panic if equity prices continue down onto the end of this forthcoming week. Jupiter represents exaggeration. If positive, it is irrational exuberance. If negative, it is hysteria and exaggerated fears. When using Financial Astrology, it is just as important to understand the “qualitative” character of the geocosmic signatures as it is the “quantitative” results from past instances. Pluto rules debt and “secretive matter” (like spying and espionage), while Jupiter rules “exaggeration” and over-estimation of others (or oneself). In the most recent past, Jupiter-Pluto contacts have correlated with long-term cycle tops and euphoria in the equity markets. However, there is no reason why this signature cannot also correlate with a long-term cycle low if the collective mood turns to hysteria. ... [link to www.mmacycles.com]
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There is another geocosmic factor to consider near-term. Transiting Mars is entering into a conjunction with the Jupiter-Neptune conjunction in the “Buttonwood” chart, the start of trading on Wall Street (May 17, 1792). It is even more Jupiter with the even more irrational and hysterical nature of Neptune, being turned on by the aggressive warrior Mars. This starts around the new moon in Aquarius on January 30 (January 31 in the Far East), and last through February 21. During this period, Mars will also be in opposition to the NYSE Saturn. What does it mean? It means big moves suddenly starting (and ending) in both directions. As stated last week, “Of interest, this week, will be the Sun beginning its one-month trek through Aquarius. This period is very similar to Mercury retrograde. That is, many markets tend to violate support and resistance zones. Many markets exhibit very sharp but brief declines or rallies that come out of nowhere, and for apparently no reason. It may become a particularly challenging trading period when Mercury also goes retrograde during the Sun’s transit of Aquarius. Mercury will be retrograde February 6-28. The Sun leaves Aquarius February 18.” As witnessed last week in many markets, the tendency to blow through support or resistance is already operative. Thank you, Financial Astrology! [link to www.mmacycles.com]
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zerohedge ‏@zerohedge · 8 h
4% drop from all time highs and... S.KOREA TO HOLD EMERGENCY MEETING ON JAN. 26 TO DISCUSS MARKETS.

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zerohedge ‏@zerohedge · 10 h
Bank-Run Fears Continue; HSBC Restricts Large Cash Withdrawals [link to www.zerohedge.com]
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I am not comprehending what a currency reset is, google has me even more confused. Anyone care to explain it in simple terms?
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The hell I know! Lol
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I am not comprehending what a currency reset is, google has me even more confused. Anyone care to explain it in simple terms?
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The hell I know! Lol
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It's when the banksters get all your shit.
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01/25/2014 06:27 AM

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Stacy Herbert ‏@stacyherbert · 5 min
Max was right, HSBC technically insolvent, BBC reports bank limiting cash withdrawals. HSBC is the new Northern Rock [link to po.st]

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Stacy Herbert ‏@stacyherbert · 5 min
Max was right, HSBC technically insolvent, BBC reports bank limiting cash withdrawals. HSBC is the new Northern Rock [link to po.st]


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s27bump8
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.

The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.

The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.

You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.
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Stacy Herbert ‏@stacyherbert · 5 min
Max was right, HSBC technically insolvent, BBC reports bank limiting cash withdrawals. HSBC is the new Northern Rock [link to po.st]


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s27bump8
 Quoting: Simple27


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01/25/2014 07:45 AM
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If everything keeps on tanking like it's doing now, soon, a global symmetrical war for resources will ensue.

I think they ran out of all the tricks up their sleeves to keep this wasteful system on its tracks. Embellishing the numbers and altering benchmarks to make things way more rosie than they are, will only add to the discrepancy between fiction and reality, infuriating the masses.

Exactly 100 years ago, the biggest butchery of all times commenced. This can't be a coincidence. They are bankster wars to massacre the unwanted, human surplus in order to adapt to the socio-economic changes following technological advances, just like the industrialization processes back then. In other words: by butchering the masses they again ensure their position on top.
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Business Insider ‏@businessinsider · 24 min
Vanguard made this cool heat map of debt levels around the world [link to read.bi]
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Business Insider ‏@businessinsider · 2 h
Here's what emerging-market leaders are saying and doing as their currencies burn [link to read.bi]
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CURRENCIES SLIDE

In Turkey, the central bank has refused to raise interest rates even though the lira has fallen almost 9 percent this month, raising fears of mounting inflation and an investor exodus. It has relied instead on auctioning dollars, and on Thursday resorted to what analysts said were its first direct interventions since early 2012.

Despite these sales, estimated to total almost a tenth of its reserves, the lira dropped almost 2 percent, falling through the key 2.30 level.

The lira is only one of many currencies feeling the heat from investor worries over China and over the reduction in U.S. stimulus, expected from this month.

Central banks of several emerging markets were believed to have intervened to defend their currencies on Friday including India, Taiwan and Malaysia.

Russia again moved the rouble's trading band after $350 million in hard currency sales.

There was little respite, however. The rupee, Brazilian real, rouble and rand all fell more than 1 percent to the dollar. The Russian currency also hit a record low to the euro.

"I think we may see some actions from central banks, they will try to curtail the sell-off ... They are unlikely to be able to stabilize the currencies," said Lars Christensen, chief emerging markets analyst at Danske Bank in Copenhagen.

Christensen said currency weakness would ultimately help lift growth, but in the meantime, pain would be intense.

"If you are an emerging markets investor, you are seeing a lot of pressure on your positions," he said.

Investors have been fleeing - almost $4 billion has exited emerging equity funds so far this year. The week to January 22 saw them lose $2.4 billion, banks said, citing data EPFR Global released to clients late on Thursday.

Bond funds were more resilient, with just $0.4 billion of outflows, but they too have lost $1 billion so far in 2014.

There are also growing signs of contagion.

The losses in the more vulnerable emerging markets with big current account deficits have now spread to relatively robust assets such as the South Korean won and Polish zloty. The won suffered its worst weekly loss since mid-2013

They are also reverberating across stock markets in Europe. Spanish shares lost 1.7 percent because of their exposure to Latin American revenues.

Funds such as Aberdeen Asset Management and Ashmore, with large emerging-market investments, led losses in London, falling 4-5 percent on the day <ADN.L> <ASHM.L>.

The moves come after a day of losses across emerging markets, with Argentina's peso seeing its worst one-day trading session since the country's 2002 financial crisis.


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01/25/2014 08:28 AM

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Vanguard Made This Cool Heat Map Of Debt Levels Around The World

[link to www.businessinsider.com]
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zerohedge &#8207;@zerohedge · 9 seg
Lagarde Says IMF Sees Global Imbalances Accelerating Again. And all it took was one weekly sell off?

zerohedge &#8207;@zerohedge · 1 min U.A.E. PRESIDENT STABLE AFTER STROKE: WAM
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Business Insider &#8207;@businessinsider · 7 min
Turkey is the epitome of what can go wrong in the emerging markets [link to read.bi]
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Business Insider &#8207;@businessinsider · 2 min
Roubini: We just saw a 'mini perfect storm." [link to read.bi]


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He described the market events of the past week as a "mini perfect storm" due to the fact that we're seeing weak data in China, fresh currency market turmoil in Argentina, and a worsening chaotic situation in Ukraine, the combination of which has triggered this market response.

He also touched on one of the other big themes of the year, which was the relationship between technology and inequality. Like others, he fears that without smart policy, the benefits of new technology will go to a very small part of the population, threatening capitalism itself.


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Business Insider &#8207;@businessinsider · 2 min
Roubini: We just saw a 'mini perfect storm." [link to read.bi]



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What was the main theme at Davos this year?

Probably the biggest one was the rising tension between China and Japan. People are starting to make comparisons to 1914: You have a rising power facing an existing power, and in the past that has led to war.

oh shit
Thanks to whomever upgraded my account!
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Black session for global equities . Weaknesses in emerging markets trail motivate investors .

An explosive ' cocktail ' today imposed sharp declines in global equity markets . To questions about what will make the Federal Reserve ( Fed ) in the next week and signs of slowing Chinese economy meeting , summed up a currency seizure in emerging markets . The result was the worst weekly performance since 2012 in major stock indices and U.S. minimum depreciation for April 2009 of a basket that brings together 20 emerging-economy currencies . And it all happened very nervous - volatility as measured by the 'fear' in New York ( VIX ) soared nearly 30 % and the volume of trading in the S & P 500 was higher by 52 % on average of the last 30 sessions .

Some 940 billion dollars were withdrawn from emerging equity markets since May last year , when the Fed signaled the beginning of the end of the stimulus would be forthcoming. The decrease of these money flows affected investor confidence in emerging economies to be able to uncover the veil on some structural imbalances that persist in these countries . And this distrust has evolved in recent days into a state of aversion , especially in the forex market : the Argentine peso sank 16 % , the Turkish lira hit a historic low and the South African rand suffered the biggest depreciation since 2008 against the U.S. dollar .

This nervousness quickly froze investor appetite for equities, an asset that always involves some risk . On the flip side of selling pressure , the yen and the Swiss franc were two of the favorite refuges of investors . The movement of flight to quality still benefited ounce of gold , a traditional haven in the financial storms that lived the best week in 16 months . All this turmoil came to the entrance of a week that will be the Fed meeting on setting monetary policy . The last meeting with Ben Bernanke at the table is scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday. [link to economico.sapo.pt]
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zerohedge &#8207;@zerohedge · 16 min
KNOT: FUNDING STRESS NOT ACUTE ENOUGH FOR MORE LONG-TERM LOANS

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Wow wild friday.....monday will be watching closebump
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Business Insider &#8207;@businessinsider · 1 min
BLACKROCK: No, gold is not the best safe haven [link to read.bi]
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I just read the name of the researcher, David Wang and that said it!! He's working for the Chinese and they want the gold..
 Quoting: 4thhorseman


exactly! if its sooooo horrible then why are is china buying so much of it?
(for starters the chinese hate paper money, too easy to destroy for one.)
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I am not comprehending what a currency reset is, google has me even more confused. Anyone care to explain it in simple terms?
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The hell I know! Lol
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It's when the banksters get all your shit.
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Lmao. Best answer to that question I've seen yet! banana2

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