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  1. Short-Term Pain Ahead

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    Tue, 30 Jun 2015

    the European Central Bank’s stimulus program – it is buying bonds to hold down interest rates, called quantitative easing or QE – is kicking in and will provide perhaps 1.8% growth next year. Because of the low valuations of their

  2. Economic Outlook: Stuck in Neutral as We Cling to Cash

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    Mon, 29 Jun 2015

    forecast in January and February when the 10-year rate got as low as 1.6%, driven not by fundamentals, but by quantitative easing programs in other countries. Money being the ultimate fungible commodity, some of the non-U.S. easing found

  3. Credit Markets: Investment Grade Struggles, While High Yield Outperforms

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    Mon, 29 Jun 2015

    European Central Bank for a profit. The ECB began its quantitative easing program during the first quarter and had stated that it ..... appreciated. As the Federal Reserve has completed its quantitative easing program and is poised to begin raising interest rates

  4. Fed Boost Ends, Not Bull Run

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    Fri, 26 Jun 2015

    as much as foreign ones from their stimulus, known as quantitative easing (QE), which focuses on buying bonds to keep rates low. We will ..... run is unlikely to expire during a time of international quantitative easing , though. The world is too inter-connected. What is

  5. Housing Data Perks Up--But Will It Last?

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    Thu, 25 Jun 2015

    now at 52.5, so that was good to see. It's not exactly booming yet, but at least it's improving. So, the quantitative - easing program over there seems to have at least helped a little bit. That's good news. China, which had been down for many

    quantitative easing found at 7:33

    It's not exactly booming yet, but at least it's improving. So, the quantitative - easing program over there seems to have at least helped a little bit. That's good news. China, which had been down for many
  6. U.S. Economy: Little Capacity for Long-Term Growth

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    Thu, 25 Jun 2015

    to accelerate the process of rate hikes. Strauts: One thing you mentioned is that one of the consequences of quantitative easing is the formation of bubbles. What bubbles do you see out there, and do investors need to be worried about them

    quantitative easing found at 5:15

    Strauts: One thing you mentioned is that one of the consequences of quantitative easing is the formation of bubbles. What bubbles do you see out there, and do investors need to be worried about them? Dr.
  7. Greece Update: Agreement? No Agreement? Default?

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    Wed, 24 Jun 2015

    banking system with liquidity, and to prevent contagion to other periphery countries, enhance or bring forward its quantitative easing measures. President Draghi would not want the good work of the last 18 months, which has put the economy back

  8. Asia Much Better Positioned to Buffer Effects of Fed Tightening

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    Wed, 24 Jun 2015

    ECB) and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) are moving in the opposite direction of the Fed as they undertake aggressive Quantitative Easing (QE) policies. This should help cushion global economies from any fallout from Fed tightening. What was the ‘taper tantrum

  9. CLS: Greece and the Federal Reserve, Inflation on the Horizon? Are you Loss Averse?

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    Wed, 24 Jun 2015

    its currency stabilized and it started its own form of quantitative easing , all without the strict bailout rules currently in place, it could ..... Europe, China, and Japan have their own versions of quantitative easing this year), which raises inflation expectations. The

  10. JAForlines: Markets in Motion (June)

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    Wed, 24 Jun 2015

    continue in the second half of the year, and have maintained our large foreign equity allocation. The ECB’s quantitative easing program has driven a strong rally in European stocks, and we expect that to continue. We have split our European

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