Posts tagged with: Quantitative Easing

The Federal Reserve seemingly is an ongoing mission to destroy the bottom 90%....
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The Federal Reserve is creating a massive amount of money out of thin air and injecting it into the economy....
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The 1Q GDP data releases for the US and euro area this week provide official confirmation of what we have known for some time – the recession has started. However, we remain of the view that this downturn will be...
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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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Goldman Sachs says now is the time to buy gold, the safe-haven asset, amid market panic over the impact of the growing coronavirus pandemic. ...
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In its emergency announcement on Sunday evening, the Fed assured us that it “is prepared to use its full range of tools to support the flow of credit to households and businesses and thereby promote its maximum employment and price stability goals.”...
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In the classic Giuseppe Verdi opera, La Traviata, a dying Violetta suddenly proclaims to the world that her pain and discomfort have left her body. The euphoria is magnificent, but the anguish returns within moments, and she dies....
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US Treasury yields are plunging after The Fed announced what amounts to ‘Emergency QE’ to buy $33 billion in bonds at maturities up to 30 Years…...
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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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Last July I was in Bretton Woods, along with a host of monetary elites to seek insight into the future of the monetary system…...
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