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Fed may be reducing easy money, but here’s why Sensex will keep soaring

Vivek Kaul

In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is.

– Yogi Berra

A question I am often asked is why are the stock markets around the world still rallying despite the Federal Reserve of United States going slow on printing money. 1,069 more words


The Death of Modern Economics.

On Reuters, we read:

The euro was deep in the red on Friday, having suffered its steepest fall in three years after the European Central Bank stunned markets by cutting interest rates and embarking on a trillion-euro asset-buying binge.

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Musings on Europe - Strange Daze

Under intense pressure, the European Central Bank surprised the markets on September 4th and reduced their key lending rate to 0.05%, fractionally above zero. It reduced the rate charged on overnight bank deposits to (0.2%) from (0.1%) – yes negative! 861 more words

Propaganda w/80% Truth

Every lie has 80% truth…and must in order to make it believable.  The Russians are masters of this and gained a lot of practice for it in propping up the Soviet version of socialism for over seventy years.  69 more words


Weekly Importer / Exporter Analysis 9-8-14

Big moves in the last two weeks.  Last week had a lot of economic news, beginning with worse economic data coming from Europe.  Various measures suggest that the entire zone is moving toward recession and deflation.  558 more words


[188] John Brynjolfsson on the European Central Bank & Zady on conscious consumerism

Boom Bust

The European Central Bank surprised markets on Thursday morning by announcing new easing measures designed to boost the flagging economy in the Eurozone. The ECB cut its main interest rate by 10 basis points from 0.15% to 0.05% — a record low. 72 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

ECB, heal thyself: How Europe's low inflation impedes fiscal and structural reform

Sep 8th 2014, 16:22 by G.I. | WASHINGTON, D.C

Europe does not yet have its equivalent of Japan’s Abenomics, but Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, pretty much advocated it in his press conference last week. 1,154 more words

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