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“It’s an understatement to say that anxiety level is high, and we live in very uncertain times,”
The central bank, one of the world's largest holders of bullion, has been regularly buying gold. The value of its holdings rose to $69.30 billion from $68.65billion as of May 1.
Based on the events of the past few days, the two nations seem further apart than ever — and potentially at real risk of coming to blows.
Trump has it out for Mexico, and Germany, and China. So what’s a company to do? Ford provides the answer.
Illinois is grappling with a full-fledged financial crisis and not even the lottery is safe – with Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner warning the state is entering banana republic territory.
The HK dollar is pegged to the US dollar. HK monetary policy follows the Fed. And the Fed is raising rates.
We should start looking at the decline in oil prices as a proxy for the Fed’s inability to continue its rate hike train.
It looks like The Fed’s massive stimulus has finally worn off for the Treasury curve.
King's parting warning: "Today’s credit impulse leads to tomorrow’s buyers’ remorse."
Not the rapper -- the mysterious volatility buyer or buyers who earned the moniker due to their penchant for buying huge lots of VIX call options priced at roughly a half-dollar apiece.
At $31 billion, GE’s pension shortfall is the biggest among S&P 500 companies and 50 percent greater than any other corporation in the U.S.
US Treasury Secretary Steve "The Munchkin" Mnuchin said on Bloomberg News today that Treasury is still considering issuing ultra-long sovereign debt. This comes on the news that Argentina is issuing a 100 year sovereign bond that is in hot demand. Reuters -- Argentina sold $2.75 billion of a hotly demanded 100-year bond in U.S. dollars…
and 2.9% (Atlanta Fed GDPNow). Today is a day of little economic news (other than serial bond defaulter Argentina seeing strong demand for its new 100 year sovereign bond issue).
I have to believe all three of these factors are related: China hiding “outflows”, Japan reversing redistributions, and banks caught between renewed “dollar” devastation
Don’t think that the economic & financial effects will be limited to the UK. The U.S. markets will also be heavily impacted by the ongoing drama.
Deflationary competitive pressures could have become more important for the overall trend in prices than the so-called Phillips Curve relationship, which links inflation to the state of the labor market.
as yields have fallen, the curve has collapsed to its most inverted ever... flashing warning signals for growth as loud as they have ever been.
Since central banks can create infinite amounts of fiat money out of thin air, their new path of buying stocks directly in order to shore up entire markets means they can pretty much prop the market up until economic wreckage in the general economy is so bad
U.S. Treasury yields trade lower on Tuesday as a pair of Federal Reserve officials emphasize the central bank’s gradual approach to lifting interest rates, while acknowledging concerns about sluggish inflation, if not a lackluster economy.