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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 15
Just saw the initial reaction of US futures (below) after having my head down (and fingers to the keyboard) drafting a quick article on the massive intervention by -- content and the five challenges facing immediate effectiveness. Will be posted shortly on
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John’s Tron Squad Mar 21
Week of Central Bank Superlatives Sees 39 Rate Cuts Globally 🌎❤️ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦ ⁩ ⁦
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 15
. on the recent historical evolution of the 's interest rate policy Talk about a picture being worth a thousand words. This simple chart speaks to so, so, so much...re the , , macro policy, structural changes, decision making and probably politics too
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Thabi Leoka Mar 15
Over 40 Central Banks have cut rates since the beginning of 2020 and 20 cut rates in March. Some like Canada and the US have cut rates twice in March and Argentina reduced its benchmark every month this year.
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Planet Ponzi Mar 16
Will TODAY BE The BIGGEST COLLAPSE IN HISTORY? All Caused By 12 Years Of Reckless Policies , Infinity, & Money Printing aka Stealth Bank Bailouts That Have Benefited Wall Street, .0001%, Killed Savers, & Screwed Main Street. Bravo!
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Lance Roberts Mar 30
Stimulus from the world's now totals 2.5% of global at a time with was running 3x to GDP. Will it be enough?
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 18
The European Central Bank just announced a sizeable emergency funding package. Looking at the details now. More to follow
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Lance Roberts Feb 26
It's time for " whatever number" The last time yields were this low was in 2012 during the and shutdown. Then in 2016 with . Both times launched massive QE programs as low yields are NOT A SIGN OF ECONOMIC STRENGTH.
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 18
The continues to lead , both in thinking and policy actions .... and is doing so in the context of a domestic environment that also includes a sharp depreciation in the currency to levels worse than following the referendum.
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Prof. Steve Hanke Mar 11
' are not out of ammunition. They can always inject into the . This would go a long way towards stabilizing markets and easing conditions.
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 15
The opening and concluding paragraphs from my post assessing today's dramatic emergency policy announcements ... including 5 concerns they need to overcome rapidly
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Namik Immelback Mar 16
A crisis checklist - what is done / can be done and what are necessary/sufficient conditions to turn developments and markets around: my take- ideas appreciated.
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 15
Sunday night financial sector announcements not limited to ! Eight of the largest US , including and , are suspending stock buybacks Makes sense given higher credit risk, firms drawing on existing credit lines and pressure to maintain lending
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Teddy Occupy 15m
Which is more likely TRUE?: 1) The Natural, but Timely, Outbreak of will be The COVER for Mass Arrests AND/OR Global Currency Reset. 2) The have INSTIGATED the . 3) Tech is being Prepped for Release. 4) Dawn of The GREATEST Depression!
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Janet Mui Mar 24
A summary of central banks' action and investors' reaction. Title: The Fed. Starring: Jolly and Juno.
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 15
Following the 's announcement, several in Asia/Pacific have come out with their own set of liquidity injections Monetary policy has gone from correlated to coordinated Yet risk remain skeptical judging from the muted price action there and in US futures
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 15
Policy meetings this week for at least 10 ,including the Bank of & .Huge pressure on them to cut rates aggressively.Given low rates & blocked transmission mechanisms,may be better to hold off on big rate cuts and focus instead on minimizing market failures
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Mohamed A. El-Erian Mar 16
Wondering why the have reacted so badly to yesterday's massive emergency policy interventions by ... and particularly the ? Please see this (posted yesterday):
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#Instigateur, Futurist & Former #unCandidate Feb 24
As I've been saying... ! "The of England's chief cashier has signalled support for an , arguing it is “crucial” to to consider stepping in before tech giants dominate. Sar…
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