Tuesday, December 15, 2009

It's Dipping...

The economy, that is.

US Credit Card Charge-Offs Rise in November
Most U.S. credit card companies reported charge-offs rose in November after two months of declines.

US Homebuilder Sentiment Falls
The NAHB survey showed the current sales conditions gauge for single-family home sales dipped one point to 16 this month. The sales expectations measure for the next six months dropped two points to 26. The traffic of prospective buyers index was unchanged at 13 for the third month in a row.

Foreign Investors Buying Fewer U.S. Assets
Overseas investors bought a net $43.4 billion in long-term U.S. securities in October, down from $55.7 billion in the prior month, the Treasury Department said Tuesday. Net purchases by private foreign investors were $28.8 billion, down from September. But, foreign official institutions, including central banks, bought $14.6 billion -- the biggest monthly increase in at least four months.

One Month Bills, Again, Yield 0% Somebody is real scared of something.

Gold...trending down.

Oil.....trending down.

Financial troubles in (at least)....Dubai...Greece...Austria.

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