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Dec 5, 2018 | 17:34 1 https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-12-05/carnage-continues-us-futures-crash-re-open-after-huawei-cfo-arrest

Just when you think we got a bottom in grains .... Reply With Quote
Dec 5, 2018 | 20:25 2 This arrest is triggering immediate follow-through selling pressure. S and P index now nearing a death cross not seen in decades with moving averages converging. This event won’t help.

Agree, this will be difficult for all commodities including grains. Reply With Quote
Dec 5, 2018 | 20:39 3
Quote Originally Posted by errolanderson View Post
This arrest is triggering immediate follow-through selling pressure. S and P index now nearing a death cross not seen in decades with moving averages converging. This event won’t help.

Agree, this will be difficult for all commodities including grains.
Grains did well through 2008 and onwards, I am not too concerned. Be very concerned for pot stocks, banking stocks, tech stocks, commercial and residential real estate. All commodoties are not treated the same in a market crisis. States and individuals fill the pantry when a storm is on the horizon.
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Dec 5, 2018 | 23:09 4
Quote Originally Posted by biglentil View Post
Grains did well through 2008 and onwards, I am not too concerned. Be very concerned for pot stocks, banking stocks, tech stocks, commercial and residential real estate. All commodoties are not treated the same in a market crisis. States and individuals fill the pantry when a storm is on the horizon.
Dear China, If there's any Canadian politicians currently in your country feel free to put them in the nearest labor camp shoveling coal until which time you see fit... thanx

This is not gonna help the Vancouver and Toronto housing markets if all the Chinese money pulls out on fear of arrest or asset seizure. On the bright side the city council's will have no shortage of affordable housing, which is what they wanted with their foreign ownership tax.... careful what you wish for
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Dec 6, 2018 | 07:13 5 Chinese would know a thing or two about human rights violations. Reply With Quote
Dec 7, 2018 | 08:13 6 What a change in the U.S. psyche over the past ten (10) days from . . . economy is booming and four Fed rates planned in 2019 to . . . a fast developing recession with rate hikes toasted in 2019.

U.S. unemployment data released this morning . . . 155,000 jobs in November vs 198,000 average guess. U.S. unemployment remains stable at 3.7%

In Canada, a superstar jobs report just released . . . . Canadian jobs up nearly 95,000 for November. Our unemployment dropped from 5.8 to 5.6%, a 40-year low. Wonder how many have dropped out of the workforce and not counted? It doesn't look like any gov't jobs and spending have been cut with our recessionary conditions.

Maybe, the BOC will take-the-lead hiking rates in 2019 with this great looking Cdn economy. Loonie rallying today as a result. Go figure . . . . Reply With Quote
Dec 7, 2018 | 13:05 7 Maybe lots dropped out of the workforce to join the yellow vest protests about how bad the economy and unemployment levels are? lol. Reply With Quote
Dec 7, 2018 | 20:49 8 Chinh Chu said it best on Bloomberg this week. Company earnings are good, unemployment is low, inflation is under control all good news for markets.

Chu said the big concern regarding the markets is the political uncertainty that Trump is creating with his tariffs and his 180 degree tweets.

"I'm a tariff man" creating chaos while filling his pockets. That's been Trump's game plan from the get go. Reply With Quote
farmaholic's Avatar Dec 7, 2018 | 21:24 9 Yes, yes he is, he is a tariffically tariffying guy.

Grass, can you proofread and correct any spelling errors please. Eye halve two much holm maid whine. Reply With Quote