Tag: QE

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 […]

HSBC: The UK’s Low Yields May Not Last

HSBC: The UK’s Low Yields May Not Last

Last week was a landmark week for the Bank of England. After holding rates steady since the financial crisis, the central bank’s monetary policy committee decided to cut interest rates by 0.25% and promised to cut rates further — probably […]

Forget Japan’s Stimulus The Big Event Is The BoJ

Forget Japan’s Stimulus The Big Event Is The BoJ

Yesterday, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced a much anticipated fiscal package designed to try and pull the country’s economy out of its multi-decade long economic malaise. As Japanese Prime Minister Warns of “Lehman-Style Crisis,” Is He Looking At Correlation […]