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Wile E. Coyote Is Back! One Bank Thinks You've Run Right Off The Cliff

Well, this is just fantastic in terms of previous posts setting up new posts.

So earlier this week we ran one piece that outlined a study Bloomberg’s Cameron Crise conducted to determine the effect of global central bank liquidity on 10Y Treasury yields and another post highlighting the most recent note from Deutsche Bank’s Aleksandar Kocic who employed a roadrunner reference to illustrate his point about « the inevitability of fiscal inertia. 1 464 mots de plus

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What's Next For ECB, FED, BoJ? Impact On USD, EUR, JPY - BofAML

Bank of America Merrill Lynch FX Strategy Research notes that investors’ focus shifts back to central banks after the French elections.

On the ECB, BofAML notes that the central bank did not rock the boat this week, and expects them to announce QE tapering this fall, as they do not seem willing to increase the issue limit or relax the capital key. 162 mots de plus

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What's Next For ECB, FED, BoJ? Impact On USD, EUR, JPY - BofAML

Bank of America Merrill Lynch FX Strategy Research notes that investors’ focus shifts back to central banks after the French elections.

On the ECB, BofAML notes that the central bank did not rock the boat this week, and expects them to announce QE tapering this fall, as they do not seem willing to increase the issue limit or relax the capital key. 162 mots de plus

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US Q1 GDP Growth Slows To 0.7% QoQ, Personal Consumption Expenditure Growth The Worst Since 2009

The Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow Forecast model was just validated. The official print for Q1 US GDP growth is out and it is 0.7%.

Graphically, we can see that the OFFICIAL Q1 GDP print is higher at 0.7% compared to the Atlanta Fed’s GDPNow forecast of 0.2%. 71 mots de plus

Banking

Ever living

A Bible study I’m involved in recently brought about the discussion of sourdough bread. Yup. Bread—and how we can liken it to our faith.

I enjoy baking. 680 mots de plus

God

Seventeen EMEA Nations Still Have Negative 2Y Sovereign Yields (Venezuela Leads World With 30.97% 2Y Sovereign Yield)

Seventeen EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) nations still have negative nominal 2 year sovereign yields.

The EU powerhouses, Germany and France, seem incapable of generating inflation (defined here as CPI YoY). 136 mots de plus

Banking

China banks miss out on US investment banking bonanza

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

As scores of investment bankers profit from the fee bonanza offered by Chinese companies hunting for deals in the United States, one group is conspicuously absent – Chinese banks. 994 mots de plus

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