Co-host of 'What'd You Miss?' on BloombergTV. Editor at @markets. Fan of poker, chess, handball, country music, and Chinese food.

Something Beautiful Happened to the Shanghai Composite Last Night

bloomberg.com — After a brutal start to the week, the Shanghai Composite rallied nearly 3.5 percent in Wednesday trading. Once again, the action was rocky, and the gains happened late in the day. But what was really notable was the beautiful swooping action of the stock market in the final 45 minutes of trading.

Here's Some Economic Data To Get Excited About For Next Week

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Here's A Chart That's Even Uglier Than Gold

bloomberg.com — Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Copper Ingots: The Next Silver

businessinsider.com — If you thought that gold-dispensing ATMs were a sign of a top to the precious metals bubble, think again. We've found the ultimate. On eBay, you can find people selling 1 lb. ingots of .999 pure ... copper! That's right.
Jul 20, 2015

Remember when people were selling *copper* ingots on eBay and trying to pass it off as the new gold. businessinsider.com/copper-ingots-…

German President Angela Merkel Just Dropkicked The Euro

businessinsider.com.au — It's hard to be a euro-bull, when the President of Europe's most important economy, Germany, is a euro-bear: German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Greece's mounting budget deficit risks hurting the euro, saying the currency faces a "very difficult phase."

German President Angela Merkel Just Dropkicked The Euro

businessinsider.com — It's hard to be a euro-bull, when the President of Europe's most important economy, Germany, is a euro-bear: German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Greece's mounting budget deficit risks hurting the euro, saying the currency faces a "very difficult phase."

Margaret Thatcher Was Freakishly Correct About Why The Euro Would Be Such A Big Disaster

businessinsider.com.au — Margaret Thatcher was an incredibly polarising figure, but everyone should be able to agree that she was absolutely spot on about why the Euro would be such a disaster.
Jul 13, 2015

"Margaret Thatcher was freakishly correct about why the euro would be such a big disaster" Interesting read. businessinsider.com.au/margaret-thatc…

Frozen Funds, Fleeing Tourists: Greek Startups Feel the Pinch

bloomberg.com — Before Greece's capital controls, Hellenic Seaplanes S.A. had an expansion plan and investors to back it. Banking on a tourism boom, it was set to have opened a network of 112 water aerodromes by the end of the year to serve the country's hundreds of islands.

S&P: All That Bond Market Illiquidity is Bad for Bond Funds, But Not Banks

bloomberg.com — Standard & Poor's, the credit rating agency, has just published new research on the changing structure of the corporate bond market and its effect on on a wide variety of financial entities. Bankers, regulators and investors have long been complaining that the ability to buy and sell in the bond market without impacting the prices of securities has deteriorated in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
Jul 01, 2015

S&P: All that bond market illiquidity is bad for bond funds, but not banks bloom.bg/1LCYtIs

Something New on Bloomberg TV: 'What'd You Miss?'

bloomberg.com — Today at Bloomberg, we're launching something new: A daily TV show at the close of the U.S. market titled 'What'd You Miss?' that will be hosted by Alix Steel and myself. Basically, Alix and I are obsessed with financial markets and market data, and every day we'll tell you about what we saw and why it's interesting.
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Jul 29, 2015

@jneeley78 I'm convinced you could take any piece of writing. Change up where the breaks are. Nobody would ever notice.

Jul 29, 2015

@jneeley78 Agree. Especially since all paragraph breaks are completely arbitrary.

Jul 29, 2015

@katherinemiller tbh, I never read Atlas Shrugged. Just the first few pages and skipped ahead to the last page.

Jul 29, 2015

@katherinemiller “He raised his hand and over the desolate earth he traced in space the sign of the dollar.”

Jul 29, 2015

RT @ek_obrien: The last person on earth you'd expect to be bullish on #ChinaStock is predicting a 111% rebound, via @business bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

Jul 29, 2015

RT @BNAustralia: China spurns New Zealand milk (shipments 65% down) and 12,000 dairy farmers see red ow.ly/QfT3K by @jwgale pic.twitter.com/C8VgOiB2dL

Jul 29, 2015

RT @hblodget: Investigators say the wing flap came from a 777. @BenjaminPZhang says there's only one 777 missing... businessinsider.com/report-investi…

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