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More Media Market Propaganda

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posted on Dec, 10 2010 @ 10:33 AM
with such fabulous lies may surprise , its really no surprising today the market jumped higher because?

and here we go again, the usa jobless fall again who knew?

The Labour Department says first-time claims for jobless aid fell by 17,000 to a seasonally-adjusted 421,000 in the week ending Dec. 4. Wall Street analysts had expected a smaller decline.

Just remember the real jobless rate is 22% not 10% or 9%

The jobless rate is counted state by state, city by city, not like in the link it claims to the reader.

As for canadians fellows, like myself

remind me not to read montrealgazette again, just look at this misleading comment made by the author

In the midst of the economic downturn, a lot of people turned to cash to keep their money safe, but having no foothold in the market at all means they missed out when it rebounded.

montrealgazette should know we are still in a economic downturn.

posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 11:28 PM

Metals Correction Possible In Early 2011 – MF Global

(Kitco News) -- Despite the rallies seen in many metals prices lately, Ed Meir, analyst, MF Global says he would not be surprised to see a “modest” price-pullback sometime over the next two weeks as the financial markets return to normal after the holidays. “Investors may take stock of the 2011 landscape and may not necessarily like what they see,” he says. The macroeconomic picture globally is better than two years ago, but there are “trouble spots” ahead, particularly with rising commodity prices contributing to rising inflation in emerging markets, especially in Asia. Governments there are trying to rein in inflation, but in China’s case, he said, it appears authorities are “behind the curve.” Nominal interest rates are barely above the official inflation reading, but the food inflation index is nearly 12%. “The commodity spiral, if left unchecked, will trigger possible demand destruction, lead to commodity substitution where applicable, and generate a more aggressive supply-side response, factors that admittedly thus far, do not seem to be registering with investors,” Meir says.

They brag about commodities, investors, China and Asia. But made no reference to US $13.85 trillion debt which is the mother of all financial instability at the moment.

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