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Another saggy, baggy day for All Ords with the index finishing flat.  Biggest winners were IT +2.1%, Energy +1% down to Miners -1.4% and Gold -1.2%.

Much the same story in Asia: China -1%, Hong Kong -0.1%, Japan +0.1%, India +1.1%.

Looking light and bright in UK/Europe: FTSE and DAX +0.6%, CAC +0.3%.

 

 

 

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Total nonfarm payrolls increased by 157,000 for the month, below the 190,000 expected in a survey of Reuters economists and the lowest gain since March. The unemployment rate fell one-tenth of a percentage point to 3.9 percent, as expected, and is around its lowest level in nearly 50 years.

In the key wages category, average hourly earnings also met expectations, increasing 2.7 percent over the same period a year ago. The Federal Reserve is closely watching the wages component as it seeks to meet its 2 percent inflation target.

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Apple has enough cash sitting around that the  upside in the price of the stock is virtually unlimited, if you get my drift. If they wanted to they could borrow $100bn dollars in long term paper and it just might have a lower yield than Treasuries. 

 

Someday the rates on the paper of the global gigantic corporations will be lower than Treasuries. 

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Apple has enough cash sitting around that the  upside in the price of the stock is virtually unlimited, if you get my drift. If they wanted to they could borrow $100bn dollars in long term paper and it just might have a lower yield than Treasuries. 

 

Someday the rates on the paper of the global gigantic corporations will be lower than Treasuries. 

 

APPL is now too big to fail.

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