Monthly Archives: January 2017

Here’s Why Super Bowl Ticket Prices Are So Low – Bloomberg

Published on Jan 31, 2017 Jan.31 — CAA Premium Experience Executive Robert Tuchman discusses demand for tickets for the Super Bowl and package deals for the big game in Houston. He speaks with Scarlet Fu on “Bloomberg Markets.” Advertisements

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US Sector ETF Performance – Jan 31

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Global Risk Monitor – January 31

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The French Presidential Race: Who’s who?

Published on Jan 30, 2017 The Socialists The winner of the French socialist primary, Benoit Hamon, much to current Prime Minister Emmanuel Vall’s disappointment, will be the party’s presidential candidate. The main candidates have now been chosen for the two-round … Continue reading

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The Amazon Effect

But still lots of room for growth:

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French Oat-German Bund 10-year Spread

The spread on the French 10-year and German 10-year widened almost 10 bps this week and is now approaching 2014 highs.  François Fillon prospects in the betting markets dropped like a stone in the past week over the scandal his … Continue reading

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US Sector ETF Performance – Jan 27

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Global Risk Monitor – January 27

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COTD: Trade With Mexico

(COTD = Chart of the Day)

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Almost All World’s Currencies Undervalued

We’ve put together a couple of tables showing the undervaluation of the world’s currencies based on their 2016 purchasing power parity against the U.S. dollar. The Purchasing-power-parity (PPP) between two countries is the rate at which the currency of one … Continue reading

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