Posts tagged with: Monetary Policy

A sharp decline in the relative value of the dollar this year has been met with cheers from those hoping for a short-term boost to the US economy, and with hand-wringing by those worried about the currency’s global standing. But...
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Often it is stated viewing something in hindsight is like having 20/20 vision. In this case, I am talking about the expectations of a “V-shaped” economic recovery. While such could be the case, it will likely leave everyone disappointed....
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Get ready for the Federal Reserve to target bond yields as one of the many unprecedented measures the central bank has undertaken to support the economy....
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The Federal Reserve seemingly is an ongoing mission to destroy the bottom 90%....
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By formally announcing quantitative easing (QE) infinity on March 23, 2020, the Federal Reserve (Fed) is using its entire arsenal of monetary stimulus....
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Today, the IMF published a set of policy recommendations that can help guide countries in the difficult days ahead....
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Surprising many who were expecting a rate cut from the ECB this morning, moments ago Christine Lagarde announced that rates would remain unchanged, with the all important deposit rate unchanged at -0.50%....
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On February 11, 2020, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell delivered a semiannual report discussing the economy and laying out the good, the bad, and the precautions that the Fed must take in the event of a future economic downturn....
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Pensioners are in need of a PARADIGM SHIFT with their investment strategies. Since the Great Financial Crisis Pensioners have been subjected to the dangers of monetary policy and so much more. Pensioners have been hurt significantly by lower yields while...
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While Neel Kashkari may be theatrically appealing to the intellect of “QE conspiracists” – which as of today in addition to Robert Kaplan, Larry Kudlow and James Gorman also includes as per the chart below Bank of America, in addition to any other...
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