Nothing is happening. Let's end the week now.
The singular item of note is that United Airline is putting out a bid 150 new jets. It's an example of a firm looking to the future when the world becomes normal again.
That's what Obama Fund and Fido Fund have done. Good results after a tough start ... so far.
Ms. Market rallied nicely towards yesterday's close. And futures are up this morning.
Word of the Day
"Fain" - adjective and adverb[$10] archaic
Fain means (predicate adjective) (followed by 'to + infinitive') 1. willing under the circumstances to; 2. left with no alternative but to; (adverb) gladly (especially 'would fain')
Sentence: Thank goodness Battleship Ben is fain to break the old Fed behavior patterns and do strong monetary moves.
Le Mot du Jour
None this morning . I'm working on a Polish sentence for "Bunkerman will be drinking Scotch soon" for after the close today. Very subtle.
A Sexa-Lingual Treat.
Suppose someone annoys you and is an arrogant bastard. Here is how to tell him off in six languages. Just add his name after the exclamation.
English: Go to H***!
French: Allez l’enfer!
German: Geh zum Teufel!
Polish: Idż do diabła!
Italian: Va' all'inferno! or Va' al diavolo!
Spanish: ¡Vete al diablo!