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One of the things I’ve noticed in my (often spectacularly unsuccessful) attempts to explain to average investors the extent to which the Bank of Japan intervenes in domestic equity and bond markets, is that there’s a tendency for people to believe that what I’m telling them is too absurd to be true. 891 more words
We start Tuesday on a treasonous note…
So because he’s President, Donald Trump gets some intel.
And, at least according to some sources, Trump is often surprised at just how “great” the intel is. 843 more words
Well, this is just fantastic in terms of previous posts setting up new posts.
So earlier this week we ran one piece that outlined a study Bloomberg’s Cameron Crise conducted to determine the effect of global central bank liquidity on 10Y Treasury yields and another post highlighting the most recent note from Deutsche Bank’s Aleksandar Kocic who employed a roadrunner reference to illustrate his point about “the inevitability of fiscal inertia.” Those two posts can be found here: 1,442 more words
Ok, so as detailed earlier this morning, the first thing you should note about the overnight session was the action in the loonie and peso following Donald Trump’s decision to avoid ripping apart NAFTA (for the time being). 1,085 more words
Bank of Japan maintains short-term interest rate target at -0.1% and 10-year JGB yield target around 0.0%. Leaves unchanged pledge to buy JGBs more or less at current pace so its holdings increase at annual pace of around 80 Trl ¥. 169 more words