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All Ords finished -0.2% for the day, another stroke in the eternal sideways trading range.  Sectors ranged from Healthcare +0.7%, Consumer Staples +0.4% down to Financials -1.1% and Energy -0.5%.

Over in Asia, China -0.3%, Hong Kong +0.1%, Japan -0.4%, India +0.3%.



On to UK/Europe:










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The jobs report is no surprise. Both June and July reflected the strength I had reported in tax collections. http://wallstreetexaminer.com/2017/08/key-tax-collection-data-surged-july/

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Today my first post for Money Map Press was published on their flagship publication Money Morning.  Here's the repost on WSE


Next week, I take over as the featured writer for their Sure Money service. You'll be able to follow my work there regularly.  They'll have a signup form for the Sure Money eletter that will be published twice a week. 


Nothing changes at Wall Street Examiner!  I'll be reposting my Money Morning posts there as well.    

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Cripes, The end is near.


Greenspan: Bond bubble about to break because of 'abnormally low' interest rates



Sorry I had to link what we used to refer to as crapvision.  Still, well I hope somebody sees this. It's an omen of some kind.

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