US Jobs data signal a shift in the monetary narrative

Oops, those betting on a weak US jobs report for January have been seriously wrong-footed. Instead of the expected negative figure, the BLS not only reported over +400k of net jobs in January, but a +649k upward revision to the jobs growth reported for the previous two months. Roll-in an average hourly wage inflation approaching […]

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Shock-horror, UK official data confirms no ‘shock-horror’

Shock horror, according to official data on covid deaths without co-morbidities in England & Wales from the ONS (Office of National Statistics), there is no ‘shock-horror’, as cumulative covid deaths without co-morbidities up to the end of Q3 2021 total a mere 17,371 people, with an average age of around 81.5 years. Exclude all those […]

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Will the Euro replace the US dollar? – Unlikely!

It may not feel like it, but it’s over. What that means is that having failed to burn down the warehouse for the insurance, the business owners are now left in an even more precarious position of insurmountable liabilities, assuming of course there is no ‘unexpected’ collapse in life expectancy to bail them out from […]

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December US Jobs data again fiddled – all eyes on Fed asset purchases

This is getting repetitive! Once again, the BLS has reported a monthly US jobs estimate figure that has been artificially depressed by changing the seasonal adjustments. It is almost as if someone out there either doesn’t want the US to seem to return to normality, or is concerned that signs of a tightening job market […]

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Panic attack for Klaus’s Young Global Leaders

Klaus and his ‘Young Global Leaders’ seem to be getting rather over-excited recently, with their increasingly frenzied attacks and scapegoating of those heretics and blasphemers of their cherished plans for the New World Order.  But then this is perhaps understandable, as everything is beginning to unravel. The new scariant Omicron is not only proving to […]

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EU car registrations decline by over -20% in November (ACEA)

Price and mix improvements on a flat to declining employee base may have sustained Auto manufacturing profits in Q3, but at some stage they will need unit sales to recover. Unfortunately, with incessant covid panic and emerging stagflation, this remains mere fantasy, with November unit sales data from the ACEA disclosing a -17.3% decline across […]

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What happens when the sheep wake up?

Revelations unfortunately are often painful events, particularly when one has been conditioned to accept and trust an authority. For Saul, it took some temporary blindness and a fall off his ass and on to his arse, but for many in the West this clearly is going to have to be a considerably more heart rendering […]

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“A huge miss” says CNBC for Nov US jobs. Not really!

“A huge miss” was how CNBC’s Rick Santelli framed the November US jobs report, which revealed a ‘mere’ +235k net new private sector jobs were estimated by the BLS to have been added in November. Perhaps if Mr Santelli was to add back in the -175k decline in the seasonal adjustment that the BLS included […]

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