8bp

this album means a lot to me because it is the first of it’s genre that i ever heard, which introduced me to sabrepulse and xinon… jeeze, it just exploded from there, i was obsessed and i needed to find more… i went on to discover most of the artists i listen to today and i am so happy that i did…

httpshikari asked:

Of course, with an understanding of the Prisoner's Dillema, you most likely noticed that you could get a better personal outcome by betraying a person who you found to be naive, did you not? You can't fool me.

…exact wording? How is it doing this? It’s clearly dangerous to engage with, though it may appear more suspicious if I refuse to communicate with it after being accused so openly…

“I don’t understand what you mean. I have yet to enter a Chromatic Door with Luna. As you have likely noticed, group designations have been made through mutual agreement - the only person you could reasonably accuse of manipulative action is Sigma, who has for whatever reason been given undue authority in our decision-making process. I’ve done nothing to warrant these accusations and I do not appreciate your hostility.”

13. Post-Payrolls Reaction: Stocks, Bonds, Commodities Drop, Dollar Pops, As "Good News Is Bad News" - http://ift.tt/UCMjST
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When the better-than expected headline data hit, stocks briefly questioned its reality then plunged. Bond yields initially tumbled (before the number had hit newswires) but once it did, they soared back higher (now up 6-8bps on the day). Crude plunged, bounced, and re-plunged as most commodities are notably lower amid the surge in the US Dollar. Good news, it appears is really bad news as a boxed-in Fed will be forced to raise rates.

Stocks initially rallied as algos took out yesterday’s high stops, then tumbled…

As all the major indices are notably weaker post-payrolls…

Treasury yields dropped then popped…

As The Dollar surged…

And Crude plunged…

As all commodities are n otably weaker post payrolls…

Good news is really bad news!!

Charts: Bloomberg








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Post-Payrolls Reaction: Stocks, Bonds, Commodities Drop, Dollar Pops, As "Good News Is Bad News"

When the better-than expected headline data hit, stocks briefly questioned its reality then plunged. Bond yields initially tumbled (before the number had hit newswires) but once it did, they soared back higher (now up 6-8bps on the day). Crude plunged, bounced, and re-plunged as most commodities are notably lower amid the surge in the US Dollar. Good news, it appears is really bad news as a boxed-in Fed will be forced to raise rates.

Stocks initially rallied as algos took out yesterday’s high stops, then tumbled…

As all the major indices are notably weaker post-payrolls…

Treasury yields dropped then popped…

As The Dollar surged…

And Crude plunged…

As all commodities are n otably weaker post payrolls…

Good news is really bad news!!

Charts: Bloomberg










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www.instaforex.ws The Bank of Canada’s (BoC’s) rate decision will be on 4 March (10:00 ET). The BoC unexpectedly cut its overnight lending rate (-25bps to 0.75%) in January, which it justified as “insurance” against the oil-price shock, a mostly negative development for Canada’s economy. Oil prices have stabilised somewhat since then, and the latest speech by Governor Poloz was slightly hawkish. Standard Chartered Research notes:

* We expect the BoC to stay on hold, although this remains a close call. If so, the statement is likely to be dovish. 
* Money markets are pricing in c.8bps of a cut; only 5 analysts out of 22 polled by Bloomberg expect a 25bps cut. 
* We think the next rate cut will be driven by data deterioration, which will likely be more obvious in coming weeks. 
* A weak Q4 GDP print on 3 March poses the risk that the BoC may decide not to wait to ease policy. 

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