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marc friedrich 🔴 19h
BALANCE SHEET $6.95 TRILLION!
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Patrick Zweifel Aug 13
fiscal deficit substantially improved in July driven by fiscal revenues (124% y/y) due to delayed tax payments. The 12-month rolling deficit is at an impressive 14.5% of GDP √ Yet the will continue to monetize it to reach a year-end fiscal monetization ratio of 58%
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failedevolution Aug 13
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crossAssetTrader 4h
Recurring theme on my twitter: the chart below paints one story (long story cut short): the recent rally is driven by liquidity provision (i.e. money printing).
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Richard Duncan Aug 13
The US Government plans to borrow $2.2 trillion during the 2nd half. If the finances 88% of the Govt.'s borrowing, as it did in the 1st half, the Fed's Total Asset could reach $8.7 trillion by year end. Impact on and ? Melt Up? Read more:
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Jason Aug 8
💜Nek MINNIT💜 💙 💛 💜 @ St Andrews, Varroville
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PalisadeRadio Aug 13
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Mo Hossain Aug 12
Inflation Is Back--and the Market Rally Is Back With It Reading No Match for Fed’s Dovish Turn
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Roberto Perli 16h
Everybody is saying the same thing, so the policy review should be unveiled next month. It won’t be a surprise, at this point. Fed’s Kaplan Says Inflation Can Run ‘Moderately’ Above 2% Goal
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Huobi Research Aug 14
The will continue to do research about CBDC- related opportunities and risks, and has not yet decided whether to issue digital currencies.
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Kirill Klip 🌎🔥#rEVolution🔌🎸 Aug 10
jumped to $2,078 balance sheet is over $7 Trillion , $20T "stimulus" Depression fire fighting plans with $$$ Trillions worth of assets purchase program which will go all the way along with Exter's pyramid to municipal, corporate debt & !
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MacroFinanceSociety Aug 13
Itamar Drechsler on Liquidity, Risk Premia and Monetary Policy & - watch the lecture live during the next 3 hours on Fb:
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Jeff 23h
So now the joined the race. What do you get when you combine these tweets? "We met the FED for a reason earlier this year based on the work we’re doing in CBDC with central banks."
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Jurrien Timmer Aug 13
Yes, the managed ballooning federal in the 1940s, but there was a price to pay. Here, I cover lessons from the Fed’s past:
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Harry🚀 🚀 10h
Technology Companies - Real time payments HMmmmm
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ReadAPoemToday Aug 11
2 things to know about the : 1) The is artificially backstopping the markets. 2) The world’s liquidity (wealth) has sought refuge in big tech. The exaggerated valuations of these companies explain market levels. Brick & mortar companies are still tanking.
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AngryBunny🇦🇺 Aug 13
I’ve come to the conclusion that is a choice, When the govt can create out of air
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MConnollyittm Aug 13
Apple already has cash of 200 Billion $$. Apple issues bonds. buys those bonds. Apple uses money to buy their stock back, pushes prices up. The rich get richer. Printing money ponzi scheme. Wait until the music stops. And I'm the fucking criminal?
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Kathryn Rooney Vera Aug 13
Here is the US Treasury yield curve. The difference b/w 2 & 30 year yields. Curve has begun steepening. At what point does Fed decide to clamp down on yields? Bet they do it soon, & put a lid on how far yields can move higher. What's the 's comfort level on ?
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DailyFX Team Live Aug 12
Fed's Daly: committed to making inflation goal of 2% - BBG
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