Pg 7: Forsyth – Central bankers are now on the path of currency wars . In recent months, 12 central bankers around the world have eased monetary policy ; over the last 3 years, there were 514 money easing moves globally. In doing
NEW YORK, Feb 11 (Reuters) - The world's central banks are not deliberately engaging in so-called currency wars by aggressively easing their monetary policies, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher...
problems with a European country (Greece this time), along with some newer stuff—-oil price volatility and currency wars . On the other hand this rally is central bank induced and the central banks are still playing ball in a big way
and commodified industry. We do not expect the yen to strengthen against the dollar anytime soon in light of many currency wars globally likely forcing the U.S. to keep interest rates low to attempt to mitigate higher demand for dollars. Still
The Chinese Year of the Ram will kick off at the end of this month, but for now it looks as if 2015 will be the Year of the Central Banks. I spend a lot of time talking about gold, oil and emerging markets, and it’s important to recognize what drives these asset classes’ performance. Government and
Currency Wars Heat Up as Central Banks Race to Cut Rates
3.3% , XLU +2.3% , TLT +9.8% Pg 11: Laing – Concerns are growing about competitive devaluations or currency wars – like those in 1930s. For now , the US is benefitting from the excess global liquidity created by the QEs in Japan [yen -50% since 2011
the Fed would have to delay its rate hike. In the past, these types of global actions were called rate-wars or currency - wars . Pg 9: Salzman – Unlike prior Januarys, the analyst have cut their earnings estimated based on lower oil/energy
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Countries around the world are already engaged in a currency war in a bid to boost growth, Gary Cohn, the president and chief operating officer of Goldman...
gets the market’s vote, but you must see the point. Creating more debt with artificially low yields leads to currency wars and exchange rate volatilities that distort global capitalism. Solving a debt crisis by creating more debt cannot