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Did Someone Say 'Inflation Trade'?

Well yes, NFTRH 495 was that someone. A screenshot from the Wrap Up segment…

With 2-10yr Treasury yields rising anew this week (as 30yr yields lag in similar fashion to the cycle out of mid-December 2017) it’s all in line. 306 more words


The delicate balance between inflation and monetary policy

#brexit requires the #UK to be on top of their #monetarypolicy to avoid further depreciation of the #pound . A decrease in #inflation does not help in this respect.

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When Your Dream House Is Waiting To Be Discovered 🏡

Like literally. Finding houses of ones own choice is like the world discovering Wakanda. (Finally!!!) You have to try really hard to find the hidden. 366 more words


We have good news as the Bank of England gets an inflation headache

As our attention moves today to inflation in the UK there is something we have cause to be grateful for. Let me hand you over to the Independent. 1,316 more words

General Economics

Stephen Poloz's cautious approach to interest rates is about to be challenged

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz’s cautious approach to interest rates is about to be challenged.

While the central banker is expected to hold off from raising borrowing costs for a second straight policy decision on Wednesday, and retain a degree of prudence in his rhetoric, Poloz will probably face mounting pressure to return to the rate hike path soon, with inflation and growth beginning to pick up. 608 more words


Fed's Dudley Raises Prospect of More Aggressive Rate Hikes as Macron Stokes Up Nationalism Fears...

Further evidence has been forthcoming this week that central banks continue to hold the prospect of rising inflation as a marker for increasing interest rates. … 1,394 more words