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RT: Bond bubble bursts anew

Patrick L Young is expert in global financial markets working in multiple disciplines, ranging from trading independently to running exchanges.

Published time: April 16, 2014 08:08… 802 more words


Half of Eurozone in deflation expecting salvation from monetary measures

Five Eurozone countries posted negative inflation rate in March (Greece (-1.5%), Cyprus (-0.9%), Portugal (-0.4%), Spain and Slovakia (both -0.2%), while the rate of change of consumer prices ranged between 0.1% and 0.3% in another four euro area members states during the same month. 835 more words


ECB Needs to Act Now

Mario Draghi should act now rather than later if he wants to stem the rising Eur/Usd tide. His patience has seemed to have worn thin, telling reporters in Washington this past weekend, “The strengthening of the exchange rate requires further monetary stimulus”. 301 more words

News And Commentary

El-Erian: Don't overburden the ECB with expectations

A debate is heating up ahead of the European Central Bank’s next policy-making meeting on Wednesday: Whether the bank should engage in its own version of quantitative easing, the extraordinary bond-buying that central banks in the U.S. 636 more words


Weekly Importer / Exporter Analysis 4-14-14

Exporters sweep the week, big time.  The Federal Reserve continued to soften rate hike expectations.  Ukraine continuing to weigh on markets.  Last week had a strange US stock market sell-off, attributed to the vague term of “profit taking”.  142 more words


The ECB has loaded its €1-trillion bazooka, but can't decide whether to use it

The talk over the weekend was that the European Central Bank seems to be preparing a new round of stimulus to kickstart the euro zone’s sputtering economy. 426 more words