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  1. Excuses for Slow GDP Growth

    Headlines

    Thu, 28 May 2015

    quarter. Other factors cited as affecting economic growth include: The strengthening dollar , which the end of quantitative easing (central bank bond buying) boosted here and the beginning of QE in other countries. Lower oil prices , resulting

  2. Mr. Bleu

    Headlines

    Wed, 27 May 2015

    of opportunities hatched by the excess of global monetary policy – zero based policy rates and tag team match quantitative easing programs which continue to encourage malinvestment in financial assets as opposed to the real economy. Interestingly

  3. Weekly pace of ECB money printing slows slightly

    Headlines

    Mon, 25 May 2015

    FRANKFURT, May 25 (Reuters) - The European Central Bank bought 11.819 billion euros ($13 billion) worth of assets, chiefly government bonds, in the 11th week of its quantitative easing programme, slightly less than in the week before.

  4. Hasenstab: Flexibility Key in Global Bonds

    Video Reports

    Fri, 22 May 2015

    factor, though, that came out--and this is something we'd been looking for earlier this year--was that [ quantitative easing 's] effect on euro depreciation has a pretty meaningful impact on the growth of German exports, which has a

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    out--and this is something we'd been looking for earlier this year--was that [ quantitative easing's ] effect on euro depreciation has a pretty meaningful impact on the growth of German exports, which has a very meaningful impact on
  5. Gundlach: 'The bond market, in its cynical self, wants a depression'

    Commentary

    Wed, 20 May 2015

    least three people on CNBC made the same “idiotic statements” that disrespected history. Those people were puzzled why European interest rates were rising, Gundlach said, while Europe was engaged in quantitative easing (QE)."

  6. Wall Street Underestimates the Great American Earnings Machine

    Headlines

    Wed, 20 May 2015

    can see that the M1 money supply, the most liquid form of capital, began to ramp up with the first round of quantitative easing (QE) in late 2008, pulling the S&P 500 up with it. We called the bottom of the market in an Investor Alert

  7. Why Not Print More Money?

    Headlines

    Wed, 20 May 2015

    to keep up with government spending. The Global Slant blog suggested that the Fed initiate a fourth round of quantitative easing – where it purchases bonds to keep interest rates low and pump money into the economy. The blog suggests that

  8. Strange Machinations

    Headlines

    Wed, 20 May 2015

    technical factors resulting from market distortions created by quantitative easing and macroprudential policy. Similarly, the backup in U ..... States. The reality though is that Europe cannot abort its quantitative easing program early. In fact, I expect the European Central

  9. Wrestling with Something Else

    Headlines

    Wed, 20 May 2015

    why we never saw the hyper-inflation that people thought we were going to see with the massive amounts of quantitative easing (QE), and two, investor preferences changing from hard assets into stocks. A: Well first of all, a lot

  10. On the Road to Normal

    Headlines

    Wed, 20 May 2015

    about the ill effects that rising rates will have. Give me a break! Remember—the measure of whether any QE ( quantitative easing ) program has worked can be taken only when bond yields rise. I am not writing to tell you the market is inexpensive

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