Alpesh Patel

Alpesh Patel's NEWSLETTERPRO – Euro advances further while Pound stumbles on weaker data, Dollar still under shutdown pressure

04 Oct 2013 @ 12:27
MORNING BRIEF  The US Dollar continued to move lower yesterday almost across the board as investors are trying to hedge themselves from the chance that the US government might default on its obligations. Analysts predict that this is an extremely slim possibility since the US has never defaulted in the past but this doesn’t prevent […]
 

Alpesh Patel's NEWSLETTERPRO - Euro and Pound reaching higher as Dollar drops again on US uncertainty

03 Oct 2013 @ 12:09
MORNING BRIEF The US Dollar traded lower against most of its peers yesterday as fears that the government shutdown continuing for the third day in the US will push Fed’s tapering into 2014. According to Fed President Rosengren, a voting member of the FOMC the shutdown might affect the inflow of data from the government […]
 

Alpesh Patel's NEWSLETTERPRO – Euro hangs in the balance ahead of ECB meeting, Dollar still holds strong

02 Oct 2013 @ 11:36
MORNING BRIEF It’s been a moderate session yesterday with no major developments in the currency market. Even though several sectors of the US government have been temporarily shut down after the Congress and the Senate failed to come to an agreement regarding raising the debt ceiling for federal spending the US Dollar held its own. […]
 

NEWSLETTERPRO - Dollar plunges after US government shuts down for the first time in 17 years

01 Oct 2013 @ 14:08
MORNING BRIEF Dollar plunges after US government shuts down for the first time in 17 years It is a rather uncommon morning today as for the first time in 17 years several parts of the US government have shut down after the Senate and the Congress failed to come to an agreement regarding raising the […]
 

NEWSLETTERPRO - Dollar to remain under pressure as the US face a government shutdown

30 Sep 2013 @ 17:31
MORNING BRIEF Dollar to remain under pressure as the US face a government shutdown This could prove to be a very interesting week for the currency market as we are potentially facing a not so common phenomenon. The talks in the United States about raising the debt ceiling for federal spending seem to go nowhere […]
 

Why Equities Are Cheap: Another Goldman Sachs Insider Tip

24 Oct 2012 @ 00:25
You will recall the insider trading scandal involving Rajat Gupta, Board Member of Goldman Sachs, who disclosed confidential information following a Board meeting. Well I had lunch last week with Jim O’Neill, Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Let me share not so confidential information from an intimate lunch at which Jim kindly served me […]
 

Stock Market Moves Will Not Happen Off Government Spending

30 Aug 2012 @ 08:56
If you think the Government should spend more to revive the economy – in the way of a good old fashioned Keynsian – then you’re wrong. If you’re a supply sider thinking that monetarism and Reagonomics are the answer – you are wrong too. The answer for stocks lies elsewhere. Government spending is not impacting […]
 
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