of a normalized value for the 10-year yield as the Fed continues to taper its asset-purchase program, its quantitative easing program, and really, we're just looking at a more normalized level as far as where Treasuries should trade
through the worst of it. We may have bouts of that problem again. Remember who benefited the most from the Fed easing in QE1, QE2 , and QE3: the emerging markets. So, we got that taste last spring when the Fed teased us with the word "tapering," and
From the onset of the Fed’s several quantitative easing (QE) programs I’ve been asked about inflation risk. The questions in the early years (2008-2012) were pervasive; based
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Central Bank should cut interest rates and either inject more liquidity into the banking system via its Long-Term Refinancing Operations (LTRO) or start public and private asset purchases, International Monetary Fund officials said.
BRUSSELS, March 5 (Reuters) - The European Central Bank should cut interest rates and either inject more liquidity into the banking system via its Long-Term Refinancing Operations (LTRO) or start...
central bankers) in developed economies. Continue to be mindful, however, of longer-term consequences. As quantitative easing ends in the U.S., liquidity in corporate bonds will be challenged. If inflation begins to appear as a result of five years of artificially
significantly in 2013, as noted above. We believe that retail demand will be more erratic in 2014 as the debate over quantitative easing continues. Loans have seen 81 consecutive weeks of positive inflows, and we believe that we are due for a pause
unprecedented levels of federal stimulus in the form of both quantitative easing and historically low interest rates even as the economy has looked strong enough to ..... zero-interest-rate policies and multiple rounds of quantitative easing led to an outsized hunger for high yield and too few consequences
betting has already begun in markets on whether the Federal Reserve will pause or slow the planned exit from its quantitative easing program, however, I do not believe policymakers will change from their pre-stated course. At their March
TOKYO, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Bank of Japan board member Takehiro Sato said on Thursday that if the central bank judges its 2 percent inflation target can be achieved sustainably, it is possible to exit its quantitative easing before consumer inflation actually reaches the target.