Dow, S&P close at new records; payrolls in focus

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divinargant wrote:

Central authorities are doing a brilliant job of managing the melt up. It’s a shame that it is fake and not grown from organic means for then it would be legitimate.

Jun 05, 2014 11:58am EDT  --  Report as abuse

“European Central Bank cut rates to record lows,” that’s right folks, it’s record lows alright, as though it’s somehow a good for the average guy that for the first time rates were cut to an actual negative interest rate. Depositors are now paying banks for the privilege of putting money in banks. The stock market sees this as a positive sign because it’s herding savers into risk. Literally forcing depositors to put their savings into a rip off bank fund that will then legally totally confiscate the deposits after the next crash.

Jun 05, 2014 1:03pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
rikfre wrote:

Wall street rallies when sour pickles were served at lunch…Wall street falls when the Premier of China could not scratch his back…
Wall street rises when unemployment fell…rose…fell..rose..and some numbers were made up to indicate the depression is over….almost…oh..oh..the groundhog did not see its shadow….! There are no financial institutions on Wall street anymore..only apartments..and tourists….

Jun 05, 2014 3:00pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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