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Friday, September 2, 2016

"No Coincidence" - Fri. PM KTFA Thoughts/News with Frank26


 » September 2nd, 2016

Didn't a wise man once say " when you see the HCL a minute latter you will see the rate".

 » September 2nd, 2016

Yes. You have HCL in Budget .......... You have DRS talking ............. You have a Budget in this month before the 10th as A said...........

You have Marsha Marsha Marsha !!! I mean Mosul Mosul Mosul ALL OVER THE PLACE teasing You as the Fat Lady slims down for You to see better ...............

You have Your CC NOTES from weeks pass that are manifesting themselves like a 3-D image of deepness ........... Hence why You do not need me............ Until the 12th of Never ............ Or September.

I am gone. Will attempt to send first VIDEO on Sunday.

Quiet i am ................. But with You on this thread ............ Always.

Take Care of each other ........... Aloha \m/ KTFA Frank

 » September 2nd, 2016

Frank, you have spoken about the RI being when Iraq brings the value of the dinar equal to the US dollar at 1 to 1.

You have mentioned the financial year in Iraqis the beginning of October, but that we may not see anything until the calendar year beginning January 2017.

Of course not giving a date or rate when the Iraqi dinar goes to RV and would then float up to its true value.

My question is that if the budget coming out 9/9 is in billions and not trillions then it would be obvious they are changing the value of the to be 1 to 1 with the dollar.

The RI would not just be an event for Iraq inside the country since investors outside the country would now not be walking by faith trusting in what is unseen anymore.

Also, this is a special year. It is 5776 in the Hebrew calendar. This year in Hebrew means "Open Door". This year is also the 50th jubilee which is extremely important and speaks of restoration and the cancelling of debt

The Hebrew year 5776 ends 10/2. IMO There are no coincidence with God!

 » September 2nd, 2016

IMF urges G20 to take ‘forceful’ action to revive global economy

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde said the world economy has been so weak for such a long time.

Photo: Bloomberg
Sep 2, 2016 9:29am

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde said the world economy has been so weak for such a long time.

The head of the International Monetary Fund has called on global leaders to take “forceful” action to revive the world economy.

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde said that as of 2016, global economic growth had stagnated for five years below the 3.7 percent average that prevailed between 1990 and 2007, Agence France-Presse reports.

“Not since the early 1990s … has the world economy been so weak for such a long time,” Lagarde said in a statement issued to coincide with the start of the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China on Sunday.

Lagarde warned of a “low-growth trap” – high debt, weak demand, eroding work forces and labor skills, weakening incentives for investment and slowing productivity.

She said the world’s economies faced a potentially toxic mix of low long-term growth and rising inequality, which could encourage politicians to lean towards populism and raise trade barriers.

But analysts say the G20 summit is unlikely to achieve a breakthrough, given that it occurs in the absence of a crisis which could prod governments to take action.

Member states are too preoccupied with different issues, such as Britain exiting the European Union, Japan considering more easing, Germany skeptical of stimulus and China pressed on its industrial overcapacity, AFP said, citing the analysts.

“At the moment there’s simply not a lot of common overlapping interests between the major economies,” Christopher Balding, professor of economics at Peking University HSBC Business School, told the news agency.

In a report on global economic conditions for G20 members, IMF economists said US growth would likely be weaker than previously expected in 2016.

The report’s chief author, IMF economist Helge Berger, told reporters in Washington the organization expected in October to downgrade its US growth forecast in light of the poor performance seen in the first half of this year.

In July, the IMF said it expected the US economy to grow at 2.2 percent this year and 2.5 percent in 2017.

Those figures were already downward revisions from the IMF’s forecast in April.


Samson » September 2nd, 2016

Why emerging market equities could pick up further

With US stocks appearing to have limited upside from current levels, we could see more smart money flowing into emerging market equities.

With US stocks appearing to have limited upside from current levels, we could see more smart money flowing into emerging market equities.

Many pension funds and insurance companies as well as governments — such as those in Europe and Japan — have been focusing on long-maturity bonds. As a result, prices of those bonds have spiked, far outpacing the price increases in equities. For example, the 15-year UK government bond has surged 30 percent in price so far this year, although it only offers one percent return.

This has led to some smart investors taking profits on the bonds and shifting funds to the equity market.

It’s a fairly sensible strategy, given the danger that bond prices could fall as quickly as they rose. If bond investors sit and do nothing and the prices crash, it could take several years to recoup the losses.

Currently, the US stock market is already at a record high, and therefore there is limited upside there.

Financial stocks might catch up if the Fed hikes interest rates and the US economic recovery remains on track. However, it’s doubtful if they will propel the market much higher in the short term.

Amid this situation, emerging markets have become attractive again as investment bets. Some funds have already pulled money out of developed markets and turned to the emerging ones.

The current valuation of emerging markets represents 20 percent discount to developed markets. That makes the former a good destination in the relay game.

The price-to-book ratio of emerging markets is around 1.4, below the 20-year average of 1.8. And the 12-month forward price-to-earning ratio of emerging markets is at 12.3, compared with 15.7 in developed markets.

Emerging markets stocks and bonds have followed a rebound in oil and commodity prices. The return on equity in emerging markets has started to pick up since April this year, and already exceeds slightly that in developed markets.

It’s widely expected that there will be only one rate hike from the Fed this year. Meanwhile, Europe, Japan and China are all expanding their monetary easing programs.

All this should benefit emerging market equities.




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