Monthly Archives: September 2012

Broken clocks, broken calendars

I think referring to those pundits and commentators who are consistently calling for the same old thing and are consistently wrong as ‘broken clocks’ is extremely ungenerous to broken clocks. A broken analogue clock is right twice a day, for … Continue reading

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Draghi provides QE3 …

I’m just starting to go through the blogs & tweets written after yesterday’s ES session (the 6th Sep.). I am waiting to see Draghi’s actions in committing to European bond purchases out to 3-yr maturities labelled as “QE3”, or some … Continue reading

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