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This morning, all of the leading financial stocks are trading sharply higher. This sector is extremely important for all traders to follow on a daily basis. When the financial stocks rally it is usually a good sign that the major stock indexes will hold up. Since the November 28, 2011 pivot low the stock markets have rallied higher by 8.0 percent.
All Of The Players Are In Place For An Inflation Extravaganza
Yesterday, all of the major stock indexes around the world surged higher after the central banks announced the coordinated intervention for the banks holding European debt. This action by the central banks is a repeat of the action taken back in September 2008. We all know what happened shortly after that intervention in 2008 as the stock markets cratered into March 2009.
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Germany is considered the most important country in the European Union. This country now has to decide if it is willing to go all in and allow the European central bank to have complete control over the banking crisis that is taking place. France has already been pleading for the European Central Bank (ECB) to start to print money to bailout the European banks.
Jefferies Group, Inc. Irregular Trade during last session - NYSE:JEF
Jefferies Group, Inc. (NYSE:JEF) witnessed volume of 20.76 million shares during last trade however it holds an average trading capacity of 7.77 million shares. JEF last trade opened at $10.19 reached intraday low of $9.50 and went -2.03% down to close at $10.11.
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Jefferies Group, Inc showed an Odd Volume - NYSE:JEF
No sooner had the new president of the ECB Mario Draghi said goodbye to the old president Jean-Claude Trichet, he put his stamp on Europe. In a major shift in policy that sent ripples throughout the world, Draghi lowered interest rates by .25%. This may not sound like a big move, but it shows a fundamental shift on how the ECB will be handling Europe going forward.