Tagged: The Day Today

Due to a printing error, tomorrow’s Guardian is full of water.

TODAY’S HEADLINES: * Drowned Italian Wins Eurovision * Bank of England Recovers from Swollen Chairman Unusualness * Elastic song strangles Hucknall and * Girl Made Of Paint Wins By-election HERE IS THE NEWS: There was a rotting smell of fear in the City today when leisure conglomerate Bottington Fiasco fell 10 percentages leaving the cup open for…

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The Day Today 15 July 2014

Fed Chair semi-annual testimony today, so Janet Yellen’s magazine interview with the New Yorker pored over with even more interest than usual. Latest quote: ‘”And so even when the headwinds have diminished to the point where the economy is finally back on track and it’s where we want it to be, it’s still going to…

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The Day Today 7 July 2014

* Following last week’s stellar jobs report… ex-Fed Vice Chair Alan Blinder warns that “there is a risk” the economy repeats the 1970s due to poor productivity growth, meaning the FOMC must be a “little more cautious” about keeping rates near zero {fifw NSN N8B6UX6TTDS0 <go>}   ECB Speakers singing from the same song sheet:…

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The (Independence) Day Today 4 July 2014

Oh say can you see, by the dawn’s early light… that the US data yesterday was uniformly indicative of a strong economy. On this day 13 years ago yours truly arrived in New York as a fresh faced graduate with an American bank, unaware of the two stock market crashes on the horizon, but very aware…

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The Day Today 3 July 2014

Today’s the big one, with the US holiday tomorrow bringing forward all the US data, so Mario Draghi will have to fight the non-farm payrolls backwash if he wants to make waves with his press conference at the same time. The jobs report has been remarkably stable so are we due fireworks the day before…

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