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POSTED BY Vere Global • 7 June, 2016

Vere Special Report

Attached is a special report on the financial markets. We wanted to explain the current state of the economy and stock market valuations, which illustrates why markets are taking on more risk without equal opportunity. We hope you find this reading informative and enjoyable. Please don’t hesitate to ask us any questions you may have….

POSTED BY Vere Global • 10 July, 2015

Treasurys plunge on Greece

Treasurys sold off Friday, driving yields higher for a second trading day, as the Chinese stock market found some stability and the Greek debt saga seemed closer to a resolution.

POSTED BY Vere Global • 5 July, 2015

Greeks Vote Resounding ‘No’ to Bailout Terms

Greeks overwhelmingly voted against their international creditors’ conditions for further bailout aid, in a result that could deepen the rift between Greece and the rest of Europe and push the country closer to bankruptcy and an exit from the euro. More than 61% of Greeks voted “no” in Sunday’s referendum on austerity measures and other overhauls…

POSTED BY Vere Global • 6 June, 2015

IMF Urging the Federal Reserve Not to Raise Rates

The IMF this morning is urging  the Federal Reserve  not to raise rates until 2016 due to a weaker  growth forecast by the agency. That announcement  has the US markets down double digits as well as several European markets.

POSTED BY Vere Global • 29 April, 2015

Fed Meeting: No Change in Interest Rates

The Federal Reserve meeting was today – no change in interest rates. However, they did leave the door open for a June rate hike. In other news, GDP for the 1st QTR came in well below estimates. Estimates ranged between 1 and 2%, the actual GDP number was 0.2%. The Federal Reserve blames unusually cold…

POSTED BY Vere Global • 18 March, 2015

The Fed is dropping the “patient” stance

The Federal Reserve announced today that they were dropping the “patient” stance from their statement. Also the Fed hinted that there would be no rate hike in April. Interestingly,  the Fed  also lowered their growth forecasts for 2015. The S&P 500 was down 0.6% on the day prior to the announcement, but it is currently…

POSTED BY Vere Global • 26 February, 2015

US Posts First Negative Inflation Print Since Lehman

January CPI data was historic in that, 6 years after Lehman, the US just reported its first negative headline CPI print, with overall inflation, or rather deflation, in January coming at -0.1%, in line with expectations, and down from the 0.8% in December. The Federal Reserve has stated that these price declines are temporary and will…