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Greece is a Sideshow. U.S. is the Main Event – Ep.89

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Greece is a Sideshow. U.S. is the Main Event – Ep.89

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* It looks like there is going to be some kind of deal to avoid the "Grexit"

* Greek's exit would be great for Europe, but it would not be politically attractive for either side

* As long as Greece stays in the Eurozone, the Greek government can continue to blame Germany or Brussels for their prob...

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* NASDAQ down 122 points

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Yellen Almost Admits Fed Not Ready to Raise Rates

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* Today was the expected day for expected rate hikes, indicating economic "lift-off"

* The June rate hike is off the table and everyone is focusing attention on September

* The prepared remarks are just a smokescreen to maintain the pretense that the economy can withstand a rate hike...

Wall Street Begins to Question Fed’s Narrative – Ep. 88

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* Dow under pressure on the back of EU talks with Greece

* There is a lot of room for the market to decline pending the Fed's announcements

* The consensus is that rates will hike September or later

* If Fed does not rates in September, Election year next year might also put off rate hikes...

Con Job Report – Ep. 87

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* Once again, a week of worse than expected economic data punctuated by another better than expected non-farm payroll report from the government

* ADP private sector payroll report was slightly below estimates

* 5,000 manufacturing jobs lost - 3rd consecutive monthly decline...

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