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All Ords 5-day chart

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All Ords changed direction to finish +0.3%.  Main gainers  were Gold +2.4% and REITS +1.3% with Consumer Staples down the most, -2%.

Over in Asia, China -0.4%, Hong Kong +0.2%, Japan -1.3%, India currently -0.2%.

Edgy start for UK/Europe: FTSE -0.4%, DAX -0.8% and CAC -%.

 

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Today the ECB minutes basically said that they will never ever raise rates again, maybe in 2040 or so 😂

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38 minutes ago, fxfox said:

Today the ECB minutes basically said that they will never ever raise rates again, maybe in 2040 or so 😂

What is a good benchmark for Euro short term rates for a chart to look at?

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"The selling in December generated a truly awesome pile of cash. It was 5 times the size of the Fed’s draining operations, leaving a net increase in cash of 4 times the amount the Fed drained.  "

"By Christmas, that cash was burning a hole in investors’ pockets. Professional investors get itchy when they are sitting on a load of cash. It makes them nervous not to be fully invested. They start to sweat and twitch. They just have to scratch that cash rash. A well timed intervention from the Trump Regime was all it took to trigger a cash rash, scratching orgy, buying panic.  "

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44 minutes ago, DrStool said:

"The selling in December generated a truly awesome pile of cash. It was 5 times the size of the Fed’s draining operations, leaving a net increase in cash of 4 times the amount the Fed drained.  "

 

This sort of thing always confuses me because for every seller there was a buyer. Net there is no new money.  If dealers were doing a lot of the buying then functionally I suppose it's new money on the buy side. 

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