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Glück 8 in China?
U.K. nearing 10-year trendline
Who will extend them Credit?
The Peelite Party sounds awesome.
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ECB v Fed
Home ownership in Europe.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has no chance of forcing the deal that she has negotiated with the European Uni...
A bank in worse shape than 10 years ago? Maybe they sell CD and DVD players? Oil patch cascading bad loans?
The Long Finger of Doom
Europe might be the real deal in 2019
Deaths in World War 2
Here's an interesting one in London called Dechra Pharmaceuticals. The British equivalent of $RUT has taken a beat...
Auto sales in Europe. Looks like Tesla roadkill or is it roadkilled Tesla?
Greenbuckeye posted this amazing DAX top
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DJ Global Index with 2 year median. Globally market valuations have not recovered to previous highs. Global equi...
EU countries gross debt as % of GDP
Italian 2 yr yield has given back 3 years of monetary suppression in 6 trading days.
Investing at end-of-month versus other times: FRANCE
Unemployment rate 2017
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Bull flag standing up out of bull flag on UK's index linked gilt. What's next?
UK iShares Index-Linked Gilts ETF goes up with inflation. Nice bullish flag on the right. As /CL goes up, so does...
Debt to GDP ratios
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$21 Trillion And Rising: How Central Banks Are LBOing The World In One Stunning Chart
Overview of the purchases from the central banks of the world
European population growth, some realism.
Death by country, WWII
European economic confidence.
iShares Core UK Gilts UCITS ETF looks like it might be breaking upwards but I wouldn't hold your breath on this on...
In our humble opinion, weakness of late in EUFN and banks in the states (XLF) have NOT broken the upside momentum.
The FTSE Index trend remains up and no single day action will change that. What does get our attention from a Powe...
$63 Trillion of World Debt in One Visualization
A World of Debt
Who knows: one day Draghi may stop buying, and European junk may yield more than UST again...
UK gilts finally moving back up. Most economists would claim that this is because the Bank of England just said th...
Central Banks Have Consistently Failed At Predicting Inflation and Growth, Why Believe Them Now?
Mad, Mad, Mad, MAD World: News in Charts | Zero Hedge
Central bank assets
UK gilts has an inverse H&S and bullish crossover on MACD. It last did this 3 months ago. Not the most volatile in...
Since 2009 low, divergences preceeded a crisis
UK gilts only for short term consideration (next 3 days or so). MACD is looking promising. Also the seasonality su...
The 10yr bund yield and the euro, on the other hand....
Overnight implied volatility of Cable.
Average cigarette consumption per capita by country in Europe. Gross.
London; Breaking support of bearish rising wedge?
This is just one central bank. We know BOJ, PBOC and others are similar. The fed doesnt directly buy stocks but...
10 year UK treasury yield inverse H&S
It may only be for political reasons but I doubt it is!
FTSE up 18 of the past 19 days.........unless you actually judge it based in US dollars, in which case it's a loser.
Bullish on USDEUR? Doesn't look like a terrible idea.
An option to short the Euro this weekend. Interesting weekly chart.
This era we are living in growingly smells and taste shit Fuck you sons of whores!!!
ECB Throws Twelfth Zero at Inflation - Bloomberg
The European Central Bank has added a digit to its odometer to read 1,000,000,000,000. Euros, not kilometers.
Deutsche bank ready to collapse again or is it a breakout??? Seems to me last candle is a bearish engulfing
Central banks doing more than ever. Not seeing much in the way of results other than stock prices, which they are...
London FTSE at important resistance
Worst two day European bank loss EVER
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FTSE weekly. This is not investment advice.
So who else wants to leave?
A bullish view of the FTSE
An example of what happened to pensions in the United Kingdom on Friday 24 July 2016. The percentage figures represen...
European Markets have been scalped mercilessly
Global debt heading through the roof
Germany DAX Weekly
French CAC index kissing its broken trendline good-bye
The European cheat is finally coming home to roost
Now THIS is a bear market - - the Cyprus stock market, having lost about 99.99% of its value since its peak.
This is the kind of fake prosperity that academic douchenozzles like Draghi have foisted upon Europe.
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Puny interest rates the world over
DAX Weekly threatening to break a long-term channel
World Markets Weekend Update: A Mixed Bag - dshort - Advisor Per...
World Markets so far this year
Once again, the EUR/USD finds price action testing the downtrend line (purple) off the Draghi spike and reversal f...
Chart of Germany's DAX weekly for the past decade