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September 5, 2019
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Good U.S. jobs number today Trump tweeted

September 5, 2019
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Bud said
Good U.S. jobs number today Trump tweeted  

Bud (a.k.a. dealjunkie/hotmony), perhaps you might try thinking before posting? For example, with the above post, think about how often prolific tweeter President Trump tweets in a given day. If each of us posted about even one of his tweets in a given day, this message board would be inundated with posts. In my view, and likely others as well, that's not particularly helpful.

If you want to discuss some aspect of U.S. employment numbers, that's fine. But if you're just going to effectively "retweet" @realDonaldTrump's tweets, maybe don't post?

Just a thought.

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Doug

September 5, 2019
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Whats goin on kids the 5yr jumped 20bps

September 5, 2019
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Whats goin on kids the 5yr jumped 20bps  

It’s people selling off for profits. It will head back down. The other thing that’s happening, is some are dumping bonds and buying stocks because bonds keep going down. Add the profit takers and yield seekers together and yields rise. I’m quite sure the hordes will continue piling into long term bonds and drive the yields down.

September 5, 2019
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September 6, 2019
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Canada's economy blows past expectations with gain of 81,100 jobs

Canadian government bond prices were lower across a flatter yield curve, with the two-year down 7 Canadian cents to yield 1.492 per cent and the 10-year falling 15 Canadian cents to yield 1.281 per cent.

September 8, 2019
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"There's no (China trade) deal to make," Anne Stevenson-Yang, founder of China focused investment firm J Capital Markets told Business Insider. "Everyone is going through a pantomime for the markets. It's super stupid that the markets believe it."

September 8, 2019
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Bud, do you know how many of the 81,100 jobs were private sector? (Easy to have everyone employed, put them on a gov't payroll.)

September 9, 2019
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Gold stocks like Franco Aginico could be bit of indicator yield curve is turnin to growth they fell on days when gold was up.
Gold has been falling suggests market aint sure about invert

Chances of a rate cut at the Bank of Canada’s next interest rate decision on Oct. 30 have fallen to less than 20 per cent from about 70 per cent before last Wednesday’s interest rate decision.

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