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Road to Recovery: Global Epocalypse Inevitable

By David Haggith – Re-Blogged From Great Recession Blog

The financial end of the world in economic apocalypse is here. A funny thing happened on the road to recovery: Trump’s chief strategist admitted his view of the Trumpian future looks like the Great Depression. 5,465 more words

GDP & Employment

Harga Emas Terbebani Dolar AS

Monexnews – Sentimen pasar yang datang dari European Central Bank (ECB) berhasil menekan harga emas melalui pergerakan dolar AS pasca rilisnya pernyataan ECB terkait program stimulus yang telah disusun dan direncanakan sebelumnya. 108 more words


Notes From Underground: Mario Draghi and the Wisdom of Samuel Beckett

“When you’re in the shit up to your neck, there’s nothing left to do but sing.” This is what Samuel Beckett wrote and it was the way President Mario Draghi performed today. 491 more words


The ECB maintains its strategy

The ECB has decided to maintain its interest rates but has changed its quantitative easing operation. The operation is extended to December 2017 at least. It will stop at this date if long term inflation expectations converge to 2%. 395 more words

Euro Area

European Central Bank to 'Taper' Bond Purchases in April

European Central Bank to ‘Taper’ Bond Purchases in April

Fortune  – ‎4 hours ago‎

The European Central Bank said it will start “tapering” its monetary stimulus to the Eurozone already in April 2017, cutting its monthly bond purchases by a quarter to 60 billion euros from 80 billion.

European Union

Why Europe's Central Bank Claims Its Taper Isn't One

ECB President Mario Draghi couldn’t have been more dovish about tightening Eurozone policy for the first time in five years if he’d wanted to.

Yes, the… 555 more words


Mario Draghi sends the euro on a wild ride with the most convoluted stimulus plan ever

The European Central Bank is both extending and reducing its massive monetary stimulus program.

Confused? So are investors, who couldn’t quite tell whether or not they liked what the ECB had to say today. 351 more words