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Euro Succumbs to ECB QE Expectations and FOMC

traderdan.com / by Trader Dan / December 17, 2014,7:20 pm

Now that the dust from today’s wild ride, we can take a look-see how the Euro fared. In watching the initial reaction to the actual FOMC statement itself, the Euro began to move well off its session lows. It reflected the confusion that was […]

Swiss Central Bank Plunges Into NIRP, Sends Deposit Rates Negative, Scrambles Against Safe-Haven Capital Flight

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 12/18/2014 06:43

Everyone thought that any major monetary policy surprises and/or capital controls today would come from Putin during his annual press conference. Boy were they wrong: just after 2 am Eastern, none other than the Swiss National Bank joined the ranks of the ECB in scrambling to stem […]

SNB Surprises, but Fed Stays Course

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / December 18, 2014

The Swiss National Bank surprised the market by announced a negative 25 bp rate on sight deposits and lower the 3-month Libor range to -0.75% to 0.25%. Although SNB President Jordan revealed that it was inflows from Russia that compelled it to intervene in recent […]

EUR Tumbles As ECB Coeure (Once Again) Signals Sovereign QE Is Coming

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 12/17/2014 10:22

Just two weeks after Germnay reported that Draghi was facing mutiny and Benoit Coeure was firmly against the ECB undertaking Sovereign QE, The WSJ reports today that the very same ECB board member sees a “broad consensus around the table in the governing council that we […]

The “Core Four” Nordic Bank Run!

blog.milesfranklin.com / Bill Holter / December 16th, 2014

To say that events are now taking place at the speed of light is an understatement. It was just last Monday, I wrote a missive entitled “The Mother of all Bank Runs“. In it I wrote about the German and Dutch repatriations of gold which was then […]

Draghi Now Has All the Ammunition He Needs for QE – Implementation Still a Problem

financialsense.com / By SOBER LOOK / 12/15/2014

If Mario Draghi was lacking ammunition to initiate an outright quantitative easing program in the Eurozone, he certainly has it now. Even the staunchest opponents will have a tough time arguing against the need for a more aggressive approach to monetary easing. Here are five reasons:

1. […]

Week Ahead: Fed Meets amid Plunging Oil Prices

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / 14 December 2014

The fundamental issue confronting investors is about supply and demand. In recent weeks, as energy prices and other industrial commodity prices fell, investors focused on supply. The stimulative effect of the fall in prices, and the likely policy response by some major central banks, such as […]

Dollar Correction: How Far and How Long?

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / 13 December 2014

The US dollar’s run stopped last week, but not before new highs were recorded against the euro, sterling, and the yen. By the end of the week, the euro had risen 1.4%, sterling 0.9%, and the yen had risen as much as the two […]

Goldman Warns Greeks Of “Cyprus-Style Prolonged Bank Holiday” If They “Vote Wrong”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 12/12/2014 08:24 -0500

Funny what a difference two months make. Back on October 4, we wrote “Here We Go Again: Greece Will Be In Default Within 15 Months, S&P Warns” and… nobody cared as the Greek stock market meltup continued. Now, after the biggest three-day rout in Greek […]

US Imports Most Deflation From Japan Since 2010

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 12/11/2014 10:15

Two months ago, when looking at the US Import Price Index (by origin), we showed Where The US Is Importing All The “Evil” Deflation From. The answer, courtesy of Abenomics, was simple: Japan. Earlier today we got further evidence that while the Fed is banging its head […]

Big Moves, but Markets Trying to Stabilize

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / December 11, 2014

The markets have been subject to large moves in recent days. Some, including the dollar, were counter-trend moves. Some, like oil, were accelerations of the existing trends. There have been a number of surprise developments today, including the less dovish Reserve Bank of New Zealand […]

Second ECB TLTRO Also Flops, Bank Take-Up Far Less Than Expected

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 12/11/2014 06:49 -0500

Back in September, when the results of the first much-trumpeted TLTRO were announced, everyone said it was a clear disappointment, when European banks expressed just €82.6 billion in ECB credit demand, far below the €100-€300 billion range expected…

… and well below the €400 billion […]

The Unstoppable Tsunami of Reality

blog.milesfranklin.com / Andrew Hoffman / December 10th, 2014

A decade ago, I sat in my office watching the gold Cartel do its thing – and muttered to myself, “each day worse than the last.” It’s hard to believe this “manipulation mantra” has not only “held up” this long, but gone exponential; as in my […]

Loss of Control

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Bill Holter / December 10th, 2014

Many who will read this work have been sitting patiently waiting for the house of cards to collapse. For me personally, I confess the current maniacal financial bubble has gone on much longer than I ever imagined. What did we miss? Are we wrong or just […]

European QE Postponed Indefinitely? Leaked EU Draft Shows “Lack Of Political Cover” For Draghi

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 12/10/2014 11:06

One of the biggest wildcards for 2015 has been whether or not the ECB would proceed with US-style, “public debt” QE (considering the private QE has gone absolutely nowhere fast with just €21.5 billion in ABS and covered bonds monetized in the past few months) over both […]

No Time Like The Present

zerohedge.com / by Clive Hale / 12/10/2014 08:58 -0500

At the latest ECB press conference Draghi said that. “The monetary policy team had this week discussed buying all assets except gold”; qualifying a claim by fellow member Yves Mersch two weeks ago that gold bullion could be included.”

If central bankers truly believed in […]

Expect Higher Gold Prices In 2015

goldsilverworlds.com / David Levenstein / December 9, 2014

Interestingly, while softer oil prices have usually had a negative impact on gold prices, as it hurt gold’s appeal as a hedge against oil-led inflation, the price of gold has remained firm even though the price of crude oil has slumped to fresh five year lows.

Gold […]

SP 500 and NDX Futures Daily Charts – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / 09 DECEMBER 2014

“This is the contempt in which they hold the majority of American people and the political process: the common people are easily led fools, and everyone else who is smart enough to know better has their price.

And they would beggar every middle class voter in the US before […]

ECB Kills Covered Bond Market; Buyers of Only Resort; Japanization of Europe Continues

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Tuesday, December 09, 2014 2:59 AM

ECB president Mario Draghi set out to stimulate bank lending by purchasing covered bonds. Yields plunged, which is precisely what Draghi wanted.

Now, the average covered bond yield of 0.53% is so low that investors won’t touch them. Numerous bond deals have […]

Citi: “The Limits Of Investors’ Faith That Central Banks Can Push Up Asset Prices, Are Increasingly On Display”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 12/07/2014 09:48

Some interesting insights by Citi’s Matt King recapping last week’s Citigroup credit conference.

… [D]espite one panellist’s suggestion that “perhaps corporate bonds were never meant to be a liquid asset class in the first place”, and universal admissions that when you buy a bond these days you […]