Tag Archives: yuan

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    Daily Digest 1/7 – World Bank Issues Yuan Bonds, China Takes Pressure Off Euro, China Could Affect Gas Prices

    by DailyDigest

    Friday, January 7, 2011, 4:00 PM

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    • 2010 Year in Review: Fugly Gives Way to Muddling
    • 2011: Year of the Yellow Brick Road
    • World Bank Issues Its First-Ever Yuan Bonds
    • What could Trigger a Global Double Dip Recession in 2011? Russia
    • Fortunes Due and Fitting
    • China Helps Take Pressure Off Euro
    • China’s Growing Auto Industry Could Affect U.S. Gas Prices
    • Artificial Palladium Is a Big Story in the Midst of Japan’s Rare Earth Squeeze

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    Daily Digest – September 1

    by Davos

    Tuesday, September 1, 2009, 2:53 PM

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    • How American Health Care Killed My Father (H/T C Peters, MD)
    • China “Serious About Plan To Internationalise” Yuan
    • (CM, China Motors) GM to form China venture, Invest $293 Million
    • An Ill Wind Blows From Japan (H/T Doug)
    • ICN News (Video)
    • Bank Leverage: Forever Blowing Bubbles Part Two (Video on page)
    • The (Intentionally) Misleading Mainstream Media
    • U.S. created 2 MILLION jobs in August, claim “experts”
    • The Metastasis of Moral Hazard and its Effect on Gold
    • Commercial Real Estate Lurks as Next Potential Mortgage Crisis
    • From Barry Ritholtz’s site, Creative Accounting Accidently Included on NZX Statement

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    Daily Digest – August 29

    by Davos

    Saturday, August 29, 2009, 3:02 PM

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    • The FDIC To Draw On Its Line Of Credit Treasury Soon
    • Brazil Travel
    • FDIC Dissembling Again
    • Unemployment Report 8/27 – Flat And Bad
    • The End of the Dollar
    • A Member of the Delusional Set Slips Up
    • Wages: Bungee Jumping Without a Cord (Chart)
    • Max Keiser (Yuan’s not Dollars) (Video, as seen on www.theComingDepression.com)

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    Daily Digest – June 21

    by Davos

    Sunday, June 21, 2009, 9:15 PM

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    • Russia, China to Promote Ruble, Yuan Use in Trade
    • Suitcase With $134 Billion Puts Dollar on Edge: William Pesek
    • Treasury to Auction $104 Billion In Debt Next Week, a Record
    • The END of the US Dollar is NEAR
    • Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) (Wiki Definition, H/T Fujisan)
    • Money Laundering (Turning Dirty Money into Clean Money) (by Fujisan)
    • Frontline – Macs and Breaking the Bank (Video)
    • Definancialisation, deglobalisation, relocalisation (H/T Nonzeroone)
    • Protectionism: Beijing starts a ‘Buy China’ policy
    • 100 Stimulus Projects, A Second Opinion
    • Hows Your Representative Doing With Our Economy? Give Them a Grade

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    Daily Digest – June 9

    by Davos

    Tuesday, June 9, 2009, 3:32 PM

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    • Top China banker calls for U.S. sales of yuan bonds
    • Consumer Credit, Year over Year Change (Chart)
    • Wall Street: Still Clueless
    • Follow Your Nose?
    • China explores buying $50bn in IMF bonds
    • Consumer Bankruptcy Filings up Sharply (Chart)
    • Great Clip on Why you Should Own SILVER (Video)
    • Ex-trader works as Wall St tour guide (Video)
    • Percent Job Losses in Post WWII Recessions (Chart)
    • Saturday, June 6, 2009 6000 Bankruptcies a day
    • Real Unemployment Situation: Approximately 26,000,000 Unemployed or Underemployed. Job Growth in $10 per Hour Jobs while $20 per Hour Jobs Disappear.

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    Daily Digest – May 15

    by Davos

    Friday, May 15, 2009, 3:09 PM

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    • * * * * Four Stars * * * * Naked Short Selling – Redefining Systemic Risk (Video)
    • Obama Says U.S. Long-Term Debt Load ‘Unsustainable’ (Update1)
    • China’s yuan ‘set to usurp US dollar’ as world’s reserve currency
    • Only Monkeys Pick Their Bottoms ~ Hugh Hendry
    • Retail Sales
    • RealtyTrac: Record Foreclosure Activity in April
    • US Dollar Inded Enters Downtrend (Chart)
    • Japanese opposition would avoid U.S. dollar bonds if elected
    • Dow 4,000 still in the cards? (Movie on page)
    • The Cybersecurity Act of 2009 (S. 773) grants Obama power to shut down internet, ignore laws (Video)
    • Debt (Musical Comedy)
    • Government Receipts Down 34% Year over Year (Chart)
    • Joseph Saluzzi on Stocks & Gold (Video)
    • Glenn Beck: The World is Dumping the Dollar (Video)
    • Post Carbon Institute New Fellow (Chris Martenson) (H/T DamnTheMatrix)
    • GM, Chrysler to cut up to 3,000 dealers: sources
    • Barry Ritholtz’s Book: Now shipping: Bailout Nation
    • FDIC Planning for a Huge BANK FAILURE?

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    Daily Digest – Apr 13

    by Davos

    Monday, April 13, 2009, 2:40 PM

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    • Lawrence H. Summers is the final expression of what is now wrong
    • Krugman on Economy and Stress Tests
    • Chinese to start settling trade in Yuan
    • Zimbabwe shelves own currency for a year: report (H/T Fujisan)
    • Job cuts needed to stop NY bankruptcy: mayor
    • Thai protesters force Asia summit cancellation 
    • CRE: Easter Bunny Found in a Field of Steel
    • Steve Eisman on GE
    • Fearing the Wrong Thing?
    • The Imminent Disinformation Schism
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    Daily Digest – March 20

    by Davos

    Friday, March 20, 2009, 3:53 PM

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    • Bernanke Pushes the Button
    • U.N. panel says world should ditch dollar
    • On the Fed’s "Shock and Awe"
    • The Norwegian krone: the new safe haven currency
    • Clock ticking for Geithner
    • DOT: U.S.Vehicle Miles Off 3.1% Jan (Chart Milage Down)
    • Moody’s may Downgrade $241 Billion in Prime Jumbo Securities 
    • Barry Ritholtz with Forbes (Video interview, new book, 8:00 banks, 18:12 Unemployment & Bad News, 20:30 Publisher not publishing over rating company criticism, 23:00 Geithner, 25:00 bad corps should go BK not get bailouts, 26:00 emotions are your enemy, 28:00 We’ll do the right thing after doing everything wrong)
    • Treasury Department Defends Banking Bondholders (H/T CM)
    • Industrial output drops in February (H/T CM)

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