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Frontrunning: October 14

Courtesy of Tyler Durden

  • The Fed itself says QE2 would have little/no effect (St Louis Fed) – then again this is not FRBNY, but the ultra hawkish St Louis Fed. Trench warfare within Fed is intensifying
  • Dollar Slide Causes Fresh Scramble for Risk (FT)
  • U.S. is currency war’s “tomb maker”: China economist (Reuters)
  • This will make China happy: Germany Warns of Trade War Over Yuan (WSJ)
  • The Next Bubble (NYT)
  • Fed’s Lacker Says Making Jobs an `Imperative’ Risks Inflation (Bloomberg)
  • The Fed seeks to boost jobs, but it could have bad side effects for consumers (Barrons)
  • Yuan Bond Sales Climb to Record Led by Railways: China Credit (Business Week)
  • China’s Leaders Prepare to Meet as Elders Slam Censorship of Wen (Bloomberg)
  • Spain’s Santander Funds at Higher Rate to Inferior Banks (Bloomberg)
  • LVMH Sales Rise 23% Confirming Luxury Recovery (WSJ)
  • How far the car czar has fallen: Continuing the Chicago tradition – Rattner nears SEC settlement over charges: source (Reuters)
  • Mortgage holders will have banks by the short hairs (Post)
  • The Questions That Swirl Around The Fed (Bob Chapman)
  • China Awaits Deeds to Match Political Reform Rhetoric (FT)
  • $2 Trillion False Flag At US Treasury (Rense, h/t Kyle)
  • French Strikes Put Fuel Supplies at Risk (FT)
  • Sweden Needs Higher Rates Amid Rebound, Riksbank Official Says (Bloomberg)
  • James Altucher finds refuge in NetNet, says something about bears (NetNet) – his conclusion: “Maybe the Bears get to go to all the parties, but long term the bulls should make money.”

Economic data:

  • Australia Consumer Inflation Expectation 3.8%. Previous 3.1%.
  • Japan Domestic CGPI 0.0% m/m -0.1% y/y – below consensus.Consensus 0.0% m/m 0.0% y/y. Previous 0.0% m/m 0.0% y/y.
  • Japan Tokyo Condominium Sales 3.9% y/y. Previous 18.5% y/y.
  • Japan Machine Tool Orders 113.6% y/y.Previous 112.9% y/y.
  • Spain CPI for September 0.0% m/m 1.1%y/y-in line with expectations. Consensus 0.1% m/m 1.1% y/y.Previous 0.3% m/m 1.0% y/y.
  • Spain CPI (EU Harmonised) for September 0.0% m/m 2.1% y/y-in line with expectations. Consensus 0.0% m/m 2.0% y/y.Previous 0.3% m/m 2.0% y/y.
  • ECB Publishes Monthly Report

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