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No One Wants a Recession, but Central Banks are willing to Take the Risk to Demonstrate Anti-Inflation Resolve No One Wants a Recession, but Central Banks are willing to Take the Risk to Demonstrate Anti-Inflation Resolve Reviewed by Marc Chandler on September 17, 2022 Rating: 5
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The End Game Approaches

June 25, 2022
The pendulum of market sentiment swings dramatically.  It has swung from nearly everyone and their sister complaining that the Federal Reserve was lagging behind the surge in prices to fear of a recession.  On June 15, at the conclusion of the last FOMC meeting, the swaps market priced in a 4.60% terminal Fed funds rate.  That seemed like a stretc…
The End Game Approaches The End Game Approaches Reviewed by Marc Chandler on June 25, 2022 Rating: 5
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Central Bank Fest

December 11, 2021
Next week is the last big week of the year, and what a week it will be:  Five major central banks meet and at least nine from emerging market countries.  Norway's Norges Bank is the most likely major central bank to hike its key (deposit) rate (December 16).  It would be the second hike of the year.  The economy is enjoying a solid recovery, a…
Central Bank Fest Central Bank Fest Reviewed by Marc Chandler on December 11, 2021 Rating: 5
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Jobs (US) and Inflation (EMU) Highlight the Week Ahead

November 27, 2021
The new covid variant and quick imposition of travel restrictions on several countries in southern Africa have injected a new dynamic into the mix.  It may take the better part of the next couple of weeks for scientists to get a handle on what the new mutation means and the efficacy of the current vaccination and pill regime.The initial net impact…
Jobs (US) and Inflation (EMU) Highlight the Week Ahead Jobs (US) and Inflation (EMU) Highlight the Week Ahead Reviewed by Marc Chandler on November 27, 2021 Rating: 5
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What's Next?

September 25, 2021
As Q3 winds down and Q4 begins, the broad investment climate is being shaped by the turning of the monetary cycle.  Norway was the first, and New Zealand will be next.  It is not so much that these moves will force others to do the same. Instead, the Norges Bank and the RBNZ are simply ahead of the others.  Although there is speculation that the B…
What's Next? What's Next? Reviewed by Marc Chandler on September 25, 2021 Rating: 5
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