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No More Heroin: Your Visual Guide To The Global Central Bank Exit Plan

A couple of weeks ago, Citi’s Matt King discussed what is perhaps the best reason of all to be cautious about dipping your toe into equity markets that are trading at elevated (and that’s putting it very, … 1,303 more words


Play Reflation through Real Assets and Equities

Francesco Sandrini is Head of Multi Asset Securities Solutions. 

This is the second in a series of blogs in which we analyze the main inflation drivers investors should pay attention to in 2017 and beyond, as well as investment opportunities to deal with higher inflation across fixed income, equity and multi asset. 798 more words


Financial World at Crossroads?

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Chair Yellen presents the Monetary Policy Report to the Congress.

The past two decades represent an interesting phenomenon in the global financial world. 2,155 more words

2008 Crisis

Fed's Dudley, citing Wells, calls for better bank incentives

From Channel NewsAsia

LONDON: A top Federal Reserve regulator on Tuesday cited Wells Fargo & Co’s accounts scandal as evidence that incentives to drive performance remain a problem on Wall Street, saying that banks have “a long way to go” in reforming internal culture. 163 more words


Reserve Bank of Australia in a Hurt Locker of its own making

The comments made by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) today take some beating. The AFR wrote, “The signalled that it is in no mood to deliver official rate hikes to cool the market amid fears the heavily leveraged household sector would react badly to higher borrowing costs at a time of sluggish wages growth.” Two things are obvious. 754 more words


Trader Exclaims: "They Are Making This Up As They Go Along!"

Well, former FX trader-turned Bloomberg contributor Richard Breslow took a few days off, but he’s back with a vengeance on Tuesday, by God.

This morning’s missive is lively, funny, satirical, and exceptionally well written. 450 more words