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by Ashraf Laidi
Posted: Jun 11, 2010 19:19
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Eurozone Core, USD Index & Swiss Knife

Watch the risk of contacgion into Eurozone core nations, as well as the USD Index monthly rise and the broadening gains in the Swiss franc.
 
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mulhouse, France
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9 years ago
Oct 26, 2010 16:57
ashraf
do u think it will the .95 within this time frame?
thanks
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France
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9 years ago
Oct 26, 2010 15:02
.981 reached
now time for .95 within next two/three wks
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mulhouse, France
Posts: 2822
9 years ago
Oct 20, 2010 9:20
bojan
DOLLAR SWISSIE AT .981 then heading to 95

as for euroswiss it touches a resisitance and poised to go down
bojan
Arizona, United States
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9 years ago
Oct 20, 2010 5:01
Ashraf,

do you still see 1.25 in EUR/CHF ?


thank You


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mulhouse, France
Posts: 2822
9 years ago
Oct 19, 2010 23:06
http://www.bebesymas.com/default/top-10-carritos

achnacarry two

or

los kadetes de linares el carrito. pemex monte de piedad
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9 years ago
Oct 17, 2010 11:41
Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
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10 years ago
Jul 12, 2010 20:07
Chance, Not nuch chance for 1.12 in USDCHF. I said many times on this site, buying USD is preferable when done selectively against EUR, AUD and GBP but not necessarily against CHF.

Ashraf
chance(berjoe1@hotmail.com
tripoli, Lebanon
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10 years ago
Jul 12, 2010 11:55
what is ur opinion now after one month of ur article? will the pair be buoght again and reach 1.12 on the long term?
Stationdealer
London, UK
Posts: 715
10 years ago
Jul 6, 2010 20:41
Niall Ferguson Rips Paul Krugmans Policy Reccomendations

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nRLiZrkHEY&feature=player_embedded#!


Niall Ferguson of Harvard University spoke with Bloomberg Television on the subject of bond markets and the threat of a speculative bond attack against the United States.

0:35 Bond vigilantes are similar to those who were shorting invest banks a few years ago. They will keep climbing the quality of countries, similar to how they did with banks.

1:35 There is no example in history of any country growing out of this sort of debt position, except for Britain in the early 1800s, which had empire and industrial revolution on its side.

2:10 What is worrying is that there is no inflation, which is the easy way out of this sort of financial situation. Default now seems the only escape, and the U.S. may choose that path with unfunded liabilities like Social Security.

3:00 Nothing would scare the market more than if the government followed Paul Krugmans call for more stimulus.
Stationdealer
London, UK
Posts: 715
10 years ago
Jul 6, 2010 20:36
Banks Dont Pay Taxes; People Pay Taxes

The fate of the financial reform legislation in the Senate apparently depends on whether it contains a tax increase. The conferrees hastily re-convened to remove one tax objected to by Senator Brown. Okay. That was a good move. But lets not forget a couple of basics: (1) the imposition of massive new regulations on the banking and financial system will raise costs that may not be called taxes, but will have a similar effect. (2) the incidence of that cost-tax probably wont be what was intended. Banks, like other businesses, will likely pass most of the additional cost onto their customers.
http://taxesandbudget-blog.ncpa.org/