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  1. Arnott on All Asset November 2014

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    Mon, 24 Nov 2014

    of the developed world, because our demography is more benign than Europe or Japan, because we’ve stopped quantitative easing and so forth. Well, that’s a marvelous explanation of why the dollar has rallied. But past is not prologue

  2. QE’s Legacy Haunts Us Still

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    Mon, 24 Nov 2014

    So the Federal Reserve Board has made it official. Last month was the end of quantitative easing , where the Fed bought bonds to stimulate the economy and keep long-term rates low. Too bad the QE program was ineffectual

  3. PIMCO's Kiesel: Management Change, but Fund Stays the Same

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    Sun, 23 Nov 2014

    although the U.S. is starting to decouple a little bit with stronger growth. We are now starting to see [ quantitative easing ] in a taper in the United States, whereas in Europe we think we are going to see an expansion of the balance

    quantitative easing found at 2:44

    a little bit with stronger growth. We are now starting to see [ quantitative easing ] in a taper in the United States, whereas in Europe we think we are going to see an expansion of the balance
  4. Despite Volatility, This Bull Is Likely to Charge Higher

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    Fri, 21 Nov 2014

    bitterly at odds about the benefits of quantitative easing , geopolitical concerns have soured ..... have prompted the ECB to implement quantitative easing at the same time the Fed is winding down its QE program. However ..... despite the Fed’s tapering of quantitative easing and indications that rates would rise in

  5. ECB's Draghi throws door to quantitative easing wide open

    Commentary

    Fri, 21 Nov 2014

    This is a Reuters article; LINK . Subsequent to this article there was an announcement this AM that the ECB had commenced buying assets. There was no further clarification/explanation. Ray

  6. Bank of Japan’s ‘Audacious’ Easing Confronts Deflation, Boosts Balance Sheet

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    Thu, 20 Nov 2014

    announcing additional monetary easing. This was the first significant increase in the BOJ’s Qualitative and Quantitative Easing (QQE) program since its launch in April 2013. The BOJ seemed to take a leaf out of Sun Tzu’s “The Art

  7. Hard to Hit Two Targets at Once: The ECB ABS Asset Purchase Programme

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    Thu, 20 Nov 2014

    ABS purchase programme might be a suitable next step for credit easing and for preparing a potentially broader quantitative easing programme that includes the more liquid government bond markets; however, buying ABS in any meaningful size

  8. Triangulating Risk in the Corporate Bond Market Today

    Video Reports

    Thu, 20 Nov 2014

    little bit of both. We did have the Federal Reserve's quantitative - easing program, which just recently ended. That did help the ..... Federal Reserve was so involved in the market with their quantitative - easing programs. Glaser: What kinds of returns, then, do

    quantitative easing found at 2:44, 5:29

    It's a little bit of both. We did have the Federal Reserve's quantitative - easing program, which just recently ended. That did help the corporate credit market earlier this year as the Fed was out buying Treasury
    before the Federal Reserve was so involved in the market with their quantitative - easing programs. Glaser: What kinds of returns, then, do you think investors can expect over that medium term in high-yield bonds and also
  9. Developed Europe: Regional Economic Review – Q3 2014

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    Wed, 19 Nov 2014

    there is growing clamor for the central bank to begin buying government bonds too and embrace full-fledged quantitative easing (QE), just as the U.S. Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan have done in the past. However, the ECB has so

  10. Has Europe’s Recovery Story Turned Back a Page?

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    Wed, 19 Nov 2014

    committed to actually doing “whatever it takes,” namely, expanding its balance sheet through aggressive quantitative easing to devalue its currency and, hopefully, reflate its system, assuming, of course, that such Keynesian measures

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