Tag: federal reserve

Negative Interest Rates – Cat’s Cradle

Negative Interest Rates – Cat’s Cradle

Negative Interest Rates – Cat’s Cradle by W. Ben Hunt, Ph.D. – Salient Partners “I’m not a drug salesman. I’m a writer.”“What makes you think a writer isn’t a drug salesman?” “No wonder kids grow up crazy. A cat’s cradle […]

Are We Heading Towards A 1938 Style Recession?

Are We Heading Towards A 1938 Style Recession?

Today’s economic environment has many parallels to the economic experiences of the 1930s according to Morgan Stanley’s global co-head of Economics and Chief Asia Economist Chetan Ahya.  In a research note published on Sunday, Chetan Ahya writes that the global […]

DoubleLine: Emerging Market Debt and the Three C’s

DoubleLine: Emerging Market Debt and the Three C’s

DoubleLine Emerging Markets Fixed Income Fund webcast titled, “Emerging Market Debt and the Three C’s” On May 24, 2016, Luz Padilla, Director of International Fixed Income, and Analysts Bill Campbell and Valerie Ho, held a webcast discussing the Emerging Markets […]

Why Are So Few Millennials Entrepreneurs?

Why Are So Few Millennials Entrepreneurs?

Why Are So Few Millennials Entrepreneurs? by Zachary Slayback, Foundation For Economic Education Schooling and government policy have stifled the spirit of enterprise among the young There’s a popular trope right now that a ton of young people are founders […]

Janet Yellen To Be Driver Of Bank Profits In H2

Janet Yellen To Be Driver Of Bank Profits In H2

If banks want to make money they should direct their prayers to Janet Yellen. Over half of the investors who participated in Morgan Stanley’s latest investor survey believe rising interest rates will be the primary driver for financials in 2H16. […]