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monetary policy

The Japanification of Europe

Thinking about Japanification Two FT articles and a discussion at Real Vision precipitated this post. On Monday, I had a conference call with a few markets-oriented colleagues at Real Vision, where I am an editor and program presenter. And…

Powell’s Mao Moment

By Marc Chandler This first appeared on Marc's site, Marc to Market In the iconography of Mao, some see pictures of the Chairman showing both ears as signaling that he was listening to all the people.  In this sense, Powell had his Mao…

Central banks are still too tight

Quick note: With the ECB's policy statement today, it's clear that a lot of major central banks are still running policy that is too tight given the emerging global growth slowdown. I mentioned the Bank of Canada yesterday. But I also…

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