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MarginCall May 20
Maybe this is why global growth is collapsing! 37 central banks around the world have been cranking up rates, with a period of time of ZERO cuts & all hikes.
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Clarence Silver 2h
detached a day after that hike in June along with . Equities stay in Lalaland
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Edward Moya 17h
Goodbye inversion, the US Treasury bond yield curve between three-month and 10-year rates continues to widen.
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BCS Global Markets 4m
On the US-China trade front, China has signaled its willingness to resume talks to strike a deal – expected overture, modestly positive for sentiment.
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Rajeev Pawar 14m
This sounds familiar. If you can’t change the output, change the model ! this year! Potential nominee Shelton wants a change in the way rates are set
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Ario Emami 17h
1/ Whilst the officials are signalling that a cut is unlikely in the near term, market is not listening. What would happen to 10yr UST if market's belief in a cut is shaken? We can model the 10yr yields based on its strong relationship with 3yr1yr OIS levels.
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Signia May 21
In our weekly market focus - all eyes on the releasing the May minutes this week
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Noxpeep May 20
Had to clip this omg 😭😂
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Carlos Vignote May 19
If the financials only invest in secured deals,like the "LCR+ backstop"scam,then the 08 financial crisis was fake.🇺🇸exited recession in June2009. H-funds mispricing assets so that the financials had to set aside a provision.Buffett purchased Prfds & switched for Commons.
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HoNkY CaPitaL 🤛 11h
So the only controls the short end of the curve. Isn't income disparity then largely a function of rate cuts helping the 1% the most and rate hikes hurting low credit borrowers the most? A one way street that we've witnessed for nearly 40 years...
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Gustin Schumacher 14h
The Fed: What’s next for the Fed? Wall Street to sift for clues in recap of last FOMC get-together
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Ario Emami 17h
Replying to @ArioEmami
2/ We can decompose the 3yr1yr OIS into two components: 1yr1yr OIS (what is the average rate 1yr ahead) & the slope of 1yr1yr and 3yr1yr OIS (what is the pace of hikes). A model based on these two components gives a reasonably well prediction of where 10yr UST should trade
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Ario Emami 17h
Replying to @ArioEmami
3/ Using this model, we can then estimate where the 10yr UST should go, depending on ones estimation of 's reaction function: current yield levels of ~2.4% is consistent with 2 cuts by and no further hike/cuts going forward.
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Alessandro 🇮🇹🇪🇺 3h
The Economy Is Strong and Inflation Is Low. That’s What Worries the .
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Stillness in the Storm 13h
Congressman Calls for Banning Bitcoin Because it ‘Takes Power’ from the Corrupt Federal Reserve
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Danske Bank Research 1h
and has engaged in reverse war this year talking up their currencies. Market has bought on ECB and sold on Fed.
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CheekTheSneak 5h
Congrats lil bro!! Can’t wait to see you on that court💪🏾
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Befree 13h
UP PLAN for the 99%
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GoldSilver 14h
James Grant: Regime Change For The — Honest Rates Not necessarily higher rates. Not necessarily lower rates. But, certainly, truer rates. Ladies and gentlemen: Free inter...  
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Eric Shamilov 14h
Great interview sees no evil and hears no evil
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Don Curren 17h
May Be Over, But the ’s U.S. Hoard Is About to Soar
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