Tag: QE

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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The Federal Reserve Launches New Facebook Page

The Federal Reserve Launches New Facebook Page by Ryan McMaken, Mises Institute The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve system launched a new Facebook page last week, and UPI reports that the fed’s pronouncements on the new page were not […]

Deutsche gold is worth $1,700/oz

Deutsche gold is worth $1,700/oz

If gold is viewed as a currency, the yellow metal should be worth $1,700 an ounce according to Deutsche Bank’s Global Commodities Research analysts Michael Hsueh and Grant Sporre. UK Citizens Flock to Gold in the Wake of Brexit The […]

BoA – Throw Out Your Old Economic Texbooks

BoA – Throw Out Your Old Economic Texbooks

The money multiplier and velocity of money are two metrics that used to be highly informative measures for economists to monitor a country’s level of economic growth. Goldman Sachs’ Favorite Books List – Options/Derivatives The velocity of money or income velocity […]

The Crack-Up Boom Has Already Begun

The Crack-Up Boom Has Already Begun

The Crack-Up Boom Has Already Begun by Tim Price [Editor’s note: This letter was penned by Tim Price, London-based wealth manager and author of Price Value International.] “Negative interest rates are not the fault of central banks” — Martin Wolf […]

BoE: More QE For The World?

BoE: More QE For The World?

As part of its post-Brexit monetary policy reaction plan, the Bank of England will begin buying up to £10 billion of sterling investment grade corporate bonds from mid-September. Bank of America, Merrill Lynch’s credit strategist Barnaby Martin, believes that the […]