Friday, 30 January 2015

Financial Orbit wrap 30/01/15

Five sentences or graphics which sum up the Financial Orbit output over the last 24 hours across the website, twitter account and anything else thought about...

1. Should there be a new Plaza Agreement between global central banks on FX/related?  Great piece here with this fantastic quote contained within:

Vineyards often surround vines with rose bushes…as an early-warning system. Since rose bushes are vulnerable to disease, wine makers know their grapes are in trouble long before disaster strikes. Small, open economies like Singapore and Switzerland serve a similar role for the global economy

2. I write why I am not worrying about Google despite some cost-per-click concerns...


...and pleasingly I see the stock has responded well today after being -2% AH yesterday.  

3. However I take some profits on Altria after a good set of numbers but an already ultra-firm share price...


4. So many other interesting stories today...like the juxtaposition of Spanish dis-inflation and yet growth...

...a fascinating BT Group pension update...


...US confidence levels at record levels but a volatile stock market.  It remains an interesting and volatile world.  

5. And finally...have a good weekend.  

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