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When Doves Fly – Bond Market Turbulence Ahead – by Michael Carino

  It is largely acknowledged that after a decade of unprecedented monetary accommodation in the US and abroad, bond markets are extremely overvalued.  Globally, central banks are trying to slowly deflate this bubble but the beast created is not easily broken.  A decade of manipulating bond prices has created a small consortium of large balance […]

Multiple Bubbles Are Going To Bring America To Its Knees: “The Warning Signs Are There”

Authored by Daniel Lang via, If you’ve been paying attention to the ongoing degradation of the American economy since the last financial crisis, you’re probably flabbergasted by the fact that our economy has managed to make it this far without imploding. I know I am. I find myself shocked with every year that passes […]

Key Events In The Coming Week: All Eyes On Trump

The main economic release this week is US retail sales, ECB minutes and a series of Chinese economic releases. There are several scheduled speaking engagements from Fed officials this week, including a webcast address by Chair Yellen on Thursday. However, the highlight of the upcoming first full week of 2017 might well be President-elect Trump’s […]

It’s All About This Friday’s Payrolls: Key Events In The Coming Week

After Friday’s Jackson Hole repricing of Fed hike expectations, which made it clear that the fate of a September (and perhaps December) rate hike is now in the hands of the August payrolls number, the main risk event of the week is therefore this Friday’s US NFPs for which consensus expects a reading of 180K, […]

“The Great Unraveling” – Hilsenrath Slams The Fed: “Years Of Fed Missteps” Foster US Populism, Disillusion

For years we have argued that the main reasons for rising social anger, populist sentiment, and general disillusion with the US economy boils down to one thing: the Federal Reserve, which as we have argued since 2009, has approached the crisis aftermath in a wrong way, generated unprecedented wealth inequality through its monetary policy favoring […]

ZeroHedge: Key Events In The Coming Week

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. After last week’s global data deluge which culminated with the worst US jobs reported in 6 years, looking at this week’s calendar we get the usual post-payrolls data lull, punctuated by Yellen’s speech today which will be the last scheduled […]

ZeroHedge: Frontrunning: May 23

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Global stocks see-saw, yields slip as investors get week off to cautious start (Reuters) Bayer defies critics with $62 billion Monsanto offer (Reuters) Iran has no plans to freeze oil exports, official says ahead of OPEC meeting (Reuters) U.S. lifts […]

ZeroHedge: Boston Fed Says “Markets Are Wrong,” Rates Are Going Higher, Sooner

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Gold and bond prices dropped and stocks popped as yet another open-mouth operation went underway this evening from none other than Boston Fed president Eric Rosengren. Ahead of next week's FOMC meeting, and just days after another Fed president said […]

Central Banks Now In “Dangerous Situation”: “You’ve Thrown The Kitchen Sink At It, What’s Next?”

When both Europe and Japan slipped back into deflation despite trillions in central bank stimulus, it served notice that what developed market central planners are doing simply isn’t working.  That is, the idea that ZIRP, NIRP, and endless asset monetization can stimulate aggregate demand and boost inflation expectations is a myth, and the longer the […]

Frontrunning: October 5

MOAR: Euro-Area Growth Seen Slowing in Sign More Stimulus May Be Ahead (BBG) MOAR: Japan’s wage growth slows in August, keeping pressure on BOJ for more stimulus (Reuters) MOAR: Stocks, Copper, Emerging Markets Jump as Fed Delay on Rates Seen (BBG) And yet… Central Banks Lose Bond-Market Credibility as Woes Mount (BBG) World Bank cuts […]