Tag: Japan

Deutsche Bank: The BoJ is running out of options

Deutsche Bank: The BoJ is running out of options

The Bank of Japan’s recent policy evolution clearly shows that policymakers are running out of options according to Deutsche Bank’s Foreign Exchange Economic’s analyst George Saravelos. ECB and BOJ Balance Sheets Are 50% Larger Since Jan 2015, Fed’s 1% Smaller […]

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Can Japan Escape Its Relentless Slow-Growth Trap?

Can Japan Escape Its Relentless Slow-Growth Trap? by [email protected] Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was able to claim some quick victories after he launched his “Abenomics” economic strategy three and a half years ago. The combination of government spending, monetary […]

The Other Side Of The Low-Volatility Trade

The Other Side Of The Low-Volatility Trade

The Other Side Of The Low-Volatility Trade by Jeremy Schwartz In the last year, there has been a tremendous amount of investor flow into, appetite for and discussion of the low-volatility factor of investing, along with high-dividend stocks such as […]

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Former IMF Economist Declares War On Cash

Former IMF Economist Declares War On Cash by Tho Bishop, Mises Institute The War on Cash continues to gain momentum within the circles of the politically influential. Bloomberg yesterday posted an article on a new book titled The Curse of Cash, written by […]