Tag Archives: Central Banks

One Man’s Opinion: The Death Cross Of Central Bank Credibility

By ZeroHedge With no expectations of a rate-hike last week, and traders rapidly giving up on The Fed’s dream of a steadily higher rate trajectory, a funny thing happened in the markets… In the eyes of The Fed, their monetary … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Grant Williams: A Punch In The Face For Central Bankers Is Coming

By Adam Taggert Grant Williams, publisher of the economic blog Things That Make You Go Hmmm and principal of Real Vision TV, returns to the podcast this week to discuss his expectation of a return of volatility to the markets. … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Central Banks Are Terrified… But of What?

by Phoenix Capital A quick question for the “recovery” enthusiasts… If the recovery is real and as strong as the “data” suggests… why are Central Banks engaged in the most aggressive stimulus in history? Consider Europe. According to the official … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: The Five Stages Of Central Bankers’ Failure

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, Central bankers not only continue to insist their free money for financiers will eventually “trickle down” to the masses–they’re angry that the masses aren’t buying it. Central bankers are now blaming the masses … Continue reading

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