QE

24th Oct 16, 7:41am
FHBs chase US houses, pay up; India in debit card scare; China home loans explode; UK gets desperate; Aussie projects bust budgets; UST 10yr yield 1.74%; oil up, gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 71.6 USc, TWI = 72.6
FHBs chase US houses, pay up; India in debit card scare; China home loans explode; UK gets desperate; Aussie projects bust budgets; UST 10yr yield 1.74%; oil up, gold unchanged; NZ$1 = 71.6 USc, TWI = 72.6
24th Oct 16, 7:41am
22nd Oct 16, 10:02am
Gareth Vaughan on Tony Alexander & intergenerational housing warfare, dirty air, bubble blowing central banks, Donald Trump & Silvio Berlusconi, the Fed & bankers, Dilbert & more
Gareth Vaughan on Tony Alexander & intergenerational housing warfare, dirty air, bubble blowing central banks, Donald Trump & Silvio Berlusconi, the Fed & bankers, Dilbert & more
22nd Oct 16, 10:02am
11th Oct 16, 11:46am
John Mauldin argues the global central bank community’s policies have created an environment of risk that is looking more and more like a bubble in search of a pin
John Mauldin argues the global central bank community’s policies have created an environment of risk that is looking more and more like a bubble in search of a pin
11th Oct 16, 11:46am
17th Sep 16, 6:02am
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John Mauldin delves further into the problems he says were caused by the economic academic establishment & offers some solutions
John Mauldin delves further into the problems he says were caused by the economic academic establishment & offers some solutions
17th Sep 16, 6:02am
16th Sep 16, 10:59am
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John Mauldin argues the economy is rigged and the bad guys are Nobel laureates, tenured professors and members of the economic academic establishment
John Mauldin argues the economy is rigged and the bad guys are Nobel laureates, tenured professors and members of the economic academic establishment
16th Sep 16, 10:59am
1st Sep 16, 11:07am
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Currency speculators think they have a no-lose situation in Japan. Koichi Hamada urges the Japanese authorities to intervene to stop the Yen from appreciating further despite some clear high costs of doing so
Currency speculators think they have a no-lose situation in Japan. Koichi Hamada urges the Japanese authorities to intervene to stop the Yen from appreciating further despite some clear high costs of doing so
1st Sep 16, 11:07am
31st Aug 16, 7:55am
Christian Hawkesby looks at lessons from unconventional monetary policy for New Zealand
Christian Hawkesby looks at lessons from unconventional monetary policy for New Zealand
31st Aug 16, 7:55am
15th Aug 16, 11:29am
Aaron Drew says ending inflation targeting would be throwing the baby out with the bathwater as monetary policy under an inflation targeting regime can be set with concern for asset prices, the exchange rate and other factors
Aaron Drew says ending inflation targeting would be throwing the baby out with the bathwater as monetary policy under an inflation targeting regime can be set with concern for asset prices, the exchange rate and other factors
15th Aug 16, 11:29am
19th Jul 16, 10:11am
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Lee Jong-Wha believes that, with the right approach, the Asian giant can avoid its neighbours' mistakes - if they change course now
Lee Jong-Wha believes that, with the right approach, the Asian giant can avoid its neighbours' mistakes - if they change course now
19th Jul 16, 10:11am
23rd Jun 16, 9:02am
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Koichi Hamada likens government borrowing, especially for QE, to a ponzi scheme, something only illegal in the private sector
Koichi Hamada likens government borrowing, especially for QE, to a ponzi scheme, something only illegal in the private sector
23rd Jun 16, 9:02am
18th Apr 16, 7:08pm
ASB borrows €500 million (about NZ$815.3 million) in five-year covered bond issue in QE saturated Europe
ASB borrows €500 million (about NZ$815.3 million) in five-year covered bond issue in QE saturated Europe
18th Apr 16, 7:08pm
2nd Mar 16, 4:02pm
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John Mauldin looks at how central banks' zero interest rate & negative interest rate policies are gumming up the global retirement machinery
John Mauldin looks at how central banks' zero interest rate & negative interest rate policies are gumming up the global retirement machinery
2nd Mar 16, 4:02pm
1st Feb 16, 7:54am
Japan adopts a negative rate; US growth slows; Wall Street jumps; Swiss finds huge fraud at 1MDB; HSBC imposes hiring & pay freeze; UST 10yr yield 1.92%; gold and oil up again; NZ$1 = 64.8 USc, TWI-5 = 70.5
Japan adopts a negative rate; US growth slows; Wall Street jumps; Swiss finds huge fraud at 1MDB; HSBC imposes hiring & pay freeze; UST 10yr yield 1.92%; gold and oil up again; NZ$1 = 64.8 USc, TWI-5 = 70.5
1st Feb 16, 7:54am
8th Jan 16, 8:35am
China gives up stock market fall limits; World Bank raises growth forecasts; Brazil in trouble too; Aussie trade dives; UST 10yr yield 2.19%; gold up again; oil down again; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc, TWI-5 = 72
China gives up stock market fall limits; World Bank raises growth forecasts; Brazil in trouble too; Aussie trade dives; UST 10yr yield 2.19%; gold up again; oil down again; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc, TWI-5 = 72
8th Jan 16, 8:35am
7th Jan 16, 4:08pm
China's stock markets shuttered again following fast slump; Aussie building approvals tumble; oil falls to US$33/bbl; gold jumps to US$1,100/oz; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc, TWI = 72.1
China's stock markets shuttered again following fast slump; Aussie building approvals tumble; oil falls to US$33/bbl; gold jumps to US$1,100/oz; NZ$1 = 66.4 USc, TWI = 72.1
7th Jan 16, 4:08pm
7th Jan 16, 8:31am
US payrolls and service sectors expand; US trade deficit falls; Texas cow deaths; China trapped, yuan falls; US abandons 'fair value' rule; UST 10yr yield 2.20%; gold up; oil at 11 yr low; NZ$1 = 66.3 USc, TWI = 72.1
US payrolls and service sectors expand; US trade deficit falls; Texas cow deaths; China trapped, yuan falls; US abandons 'fair value' rule; UST 10yr yield 2.20%; gold up; oil at 11 yr low; NZ$1 = 66.3 USc, TWI = 72.1
7th Jan 16, 8:31am
6th Jan 16, 8:30am
WMP falls -4.4% but other dairy prices rise; China battling to restore sentiment; US car sales hit record; Sydney house prices fall; UST 10yr yield 2.24%; gold up oil down; NZ$1 = 67 USc, TWI = 72.6
WMP falls -4.4% but other dairy prices rise; China battling to restore sentiment; US car sales hit record; Sydney house prices fall; UST 10yr yield 2.24%; gold up oil down; NZ$1 = 67 USc, TWI = 72.6
6th Jan 16, 8:30am
5th Jan 16, 8:24am
China equity markets suspended on -7% fall; China and US factories weaker, other Asian factories gain; US construction soft; Smith gone; UST 10yr yield 2.22%; gold up oil down; NZ$1 = 67.4 USc, TWI = 72.9
China equity markets suspended on -7% fall; China and US factories weaker, other Asian factories gain; US construction soft; Smith gone; UST 10yr yield 2.22%; gold up oil down; NZ$1 = 67.4 USc, TWI = 72.9
5th Jan 16, 8:24am
4th Jan 16, 8:52am
US jobless claims rise; China shifts tack; China services healthy but factories not growing; UST 10yr yield 2.27%; gold and oil down; NZ$1 = 68.3 USc, TWI = 73.6
US jobless claims rise; China shifts tack; China services healthy but factories not growing; UST 10yr yield 2.27%; gold and oil down; NZ$1 = 68.3 USc, TWI = 73.6
4th Jan 16, 8:52am
31st Dec 15, 8:42am
IMF sees a disappointing 2016; US house prices up +6%; Portugal trips up the NZSF; uranium sales rising; UST 10yr yield 2.31%; gold and oil down; NZ$1 = 68.3 USc, TWI = 73.5
IMF sees a disappointing 2016; US house prices up +6%; Portugal trips up the NZSF; uranium sales rising; UST 10yr yield 2.31%; gold and oil down; NZ$1 = 68.3 USc, TWI = 73.5
31st Dec 15, 8:42am

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