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The Week of May 13th

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Published on May 12, 2012

High Impact Reports for the week of May 13th
Tues: Core CPI, Retail Sales, Long Term Treasury Purchases
Weds: Housing Starts & Building permits ,FOMC meeting minutes
Thurs: Unemployment & Philly Fed Manufacturing
The Euro Zone:
Greece searches for a new leader..... Spain is coming to grips with the troubled banking sector, Growth concerns .....
The Fed: Reluctant to engage in further quantitative easing CPI numbers will reflect inflation this week.
MBS ( Mortgage Backed Securities )what your interest rates are based upon have reached the highest levels yet which equals amazing low interest rates. The rally with mortgage bonds is due to many factors one of the main ones is Euro zone concerns /fear....and rightly so. Will Greece be allowed to stay in the Euro ....will the population be willing to continue cutting costs? Spain has massive banking issues and containing the losses could make Greece look like a drop of water in a pond... Germany struggles to keep wind in the Euro's sail .....
Investors have driven bonds to theses highs but market emotion or the opportunity to make more $ in other markets can swiftly change the direction of bonds.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

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