Daily Archives: May 24, 2018

Is the Fed About to Join the ECB and BoJ in Easing?

To recap yesterday’s piece concerning the recent shift in Central Bank policy, from mid-2016 onward: 1)   Central Banks engaging in emergency levels of QE at a time in which their respective economies were growing. 2)   Inflation bottoming then beginning to … Continue reading

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The Most Important Chart In the World Right Now

To recap yesterday’s piece concerning the recent shift in Central Bank policy, from mid-2016 onward: 1)   Central Banks engaging in emergency levels of QE at a time in which their respective economies were growing. 2)   Inflation bottoming then beginning to … Continue reading

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The Bond Market Just Figured Out That Central Banks CANNOT Exit

To recap yesterday’s piece concerning the recent shift in Central Bank policy, from mid-2016 onward: 1)   Central Banks engaging in emergency levels of QE at a time in which their respective economies were growing. 2)   Inflation bottoming then beginning to … Continue reading

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Central Banks Have “Thrown in the Towel” on Monetary Responsibility Pt 2

To recap yesterday’s piece concerning the recent shift in Central Bank policy, from mid-2016 onward: 1)   Central Banks engaging in emergency levels of QE at a time in which their respective economies were growing. 2)   Inflation bottoming then beginning to … Continue reading

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