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Episode 17 - Another China Crash plus Federal Reserve moves 27th July 2015

QE, China Crash, Shanghai Composite, Federal Reserve, Gold, Bitcoin, Economics, Market Forces, Crash, Janet Yellen



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Good morning everyone,

I apologize for the lack of Daily Moose Tracks in your life over the past few days, things have been a little hectic. 224 more words


ECB preparing to fight the FED and overly optimistic on lending dynamics reinforces likely EUR downsides

The headlines from last week’s ECB press conference were dominated by the ECB’s €900m increase in Greek ELA, the potential for Greek bonds to be included in ECB QE and the apparent overall commitment to keep Greece in the Euro. 1,802 more words


Unanimity continues, despite rate rise rumours

Today the Bank of England released its voting pattern for the bank rate and asset purchase decisions taken on 8 July 2015. Yawn. All nine members of the committee voted to keep rates at 0.5% and assets at their current level of £375bn. 53 more words


New stimulus measure 'not on table' despite recession concern: Oliver

TORONTO – Finance Minister Joe Oliver says he doesn’t see any need for special stimulus measures such as quantitative easing, despite concerns that the country may have fallen into a recession. 348 more words


Falling price of gold is explained once we expose the QE myth

It was November 2012 when Jens Weidmann, President of the Bundesbank, likened quantitative easing, or QE, to a Faustian pact with the devil.  But it was even earlier, back in 2010, when Brazil’s finance minister talked about currency wars. 423 more words

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