The Daily Shot 8/5/16: Global Macro Currents Aug5

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Greetings,  We begin with the UK where the Bank of England will not only cut the benchmark rate (to record low) but also undertake another round of quantitative easing (QE). The total BoE balance sheet expansion could be as much as £170bn, including gilts & corporate bond purchases as well as lending to banks. The

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The Daily Shot: 3/4/16 Global Macro Currents Mar4

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Greetings, We begin with the latest reports on the global services sector performance in February, which were quite disappointing. According to JPMorgan/Markit, “Growth of global services activity is at a 40-month low”. Source: Markit, JPMorgan Here are the service sector performance charts from select countries.1. France continues to struggle with persistent economic weakness as the

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Financial Fraud Watch- American Growth Fund II LLC Feb5

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Alexander Brokaw contributes to The Edge on a weekly basis with his posts on the latest frauds perpetrated in the financial industry. This week the SEC levied fraud charges against American Growth Funding II LLC, a Manhattan-based lending company, and its owner Ralph Johnson. Johnson and AGF II allegedly made misrepresentations about the company’s management

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Babelfish for Hedge Funds Nov24

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Writing headlines is hard. Coming up with something appropriately attention grabbing without veering off into purple prose is a serious skill. I, myself, occasionally have moments of headline genius, but often times wind up more in the land of “huh?” And I know it’s not just me. After all, the Washington Post just gave us this

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