Mike Norman is currency trader and economist who is a proponent of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). He writes a blog at www.mikenormaneconomics.blogspot.com.

Forward-looking data show improvement.
Singer's recent arguments on bonds are wrong on their face.
Central banks can no more set the price of oil than the Saudis can set U.S. interest rates.
And look for further fireworks next week with Greece.
China is not the next Greece, and it cannot be.
Government is pumping more money into the economy.
For the Fed to raise rates, the data has to cooperate and it's not.
Tepid reaction to housing news means they'll trade higher.
Demand has stayed strong despite a dollar rally.
Reductions in key areas of GDP are cause for concern.

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