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Goldman’s Take On China’s “Stealth QE”

zerohedge.com / From Goldman’s Yu Song / 09/16/2014 13:37

Domestic media (Sina) reported that the PBOC conducted RMB 500bn of Standing Lending Facility operations with the big 5 commercial banks(ICBC, BOC, BoCOM, CCB, ABC). The reports note that the duration is 3 months and the RMB 500 bn is evenly split among the [...]

What Happened After China’s Last “Stealth QE”?

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/16/2014 12:53

In a worrying sense of deja-vu all over again, today’s rip higher reflects perfectly the US equity market’s knee-jerk reaction to the last ‘Stealth QE’ from China on July 28th. That did not end well as hot money flowed out to the instantaneously “easiest” central bank [...]

Janus Yellen and the Great Transition from Risk-On to Risk-Off

charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2014

The end of risk-on cannot be prettily managed.

In ancient Roman religion and myth, Janus is the god of transitions–beginnings and endings of conflict, war and peace, journeys, trades and eras. Janus has two faces, as befits a god that looks both [...]

Reading Between the Lines With the UK Telegraph

thedailybell.com / By Staff News & Analysis / September 16, 2014

Only a monetary ‘nuclear bomb’ can save Italy now, says Mediobanca …The OECD has drastically cut its growth forecast for Italy. The depression will drag on though most of 2015. The economy will contract by 0.4pc this year. It [...]

How You Know The Time For More QE Has Come

Chart: Bloomberg

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/11/2014 12:50

Yellen, we have a problem…

Bloomberg’s Comfort Index for those earning over $75k suggests it’s time for Yellen to “get back to work.”

SOURCE

Strong 30 Year Auction Ends This Week’s Treasury Issuance

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/11/2014 13:11

If yesterday’s tailing 10 Year auction left people concerned that today’s final for the week 30 Year bond issuance would be weak, then the results put that promptly to rest, after the $13 billion reopening of Cusip RH3 priced at 3.24%, pricing 2.3 bps through the [...]

Will Europe’s woes hurt the U.S. economy?

news.goldseek.com / By: Clif Droke, Gold Strategies Review / 10 September 2014

The U.S. economy has so far shown remarkable resilience in the face of several roadblocks year. It has shrugged off the threat of wars in Ukraine and the Middle East, has ignored the tapering of QE, and has been generally unfazed by [...]

Something to Consider

traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / Dan Norcini / Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Ever since the Fed embarked on its journey with Quantitative Easing, we have all been getting an education in how the markets are responding to this grand experiment. Now that they are scaling back their bond buying program, we are also getting an education in how [...]

Mortgage Rates Rise Modestly And This Happens…

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 09/10/2014 11:17

Day after day we are told, just wait for rates to rise (“which they ‘have’ to because economic growth is so strong”) and stocks will take off into the next leg of exuberance… why else would the Fed end QE and start more hawkish discussions? [...]

Despite Recent Weakness In Gold, Revaluation Spike Is Coming

kingworldnews.com / September 10, 2014

With major markets on the move, today James Turk told King World News that despite the recent weakness in gold, a major revaluation spike is coming in the gold market. Turk also added some additional comments to go along with the extraordinary chart he sent to KWN yesterday. Below are [...]

Gold’s Transition Zone…Investor Strategy

gold-eagle.com / Stewart Thomson / September 9, 2014

The QE program created substantial hedge fund interest in gold-related ETFs. Unfortunately, QE never created the inflation the funds had anticipated.

That’s because commercial banks held the QE money they received, “tight to the chest”, rather than loaning it to businesses and consumers.

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The Buyback Party Is Indeed Over: Stock Repurchases Tumble In The Second Quarter

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/09/2014 17:14

A few days ago, we reported that based on data by SocGen’s Albert Edwards, the “buyback party was over” in which Edwards said: “Much has happened over the summer, but two landmark firsts have occurred only recently, with the S&P500 breaking above 2,000 and the 10y [...]

Gold’s Transition Zone: Investor Strategy

news.goldseek.com / By Stewart Thomson / 9 September 2014

The QE program created substantial hedge fund interest in gold-related ETFs. Unfortunately, QE never created the inflation the funds had anticipated. That’s because commercial banks held the QE money they received, “tight to the chest”, rather than loaning it to businesses and consumers. In a nutshell, [...]

Long Cycles and Trend Changes

S&P 500 Index – 30 Years

deviantinvestor.com / by Gary Christenson / September 9, 2014

Several markets seem over-extended and about to reverse their current trends.

S&P 500 Index: It bottomed in March 2009 about 670 and is currently about 2,000. The S&P, thanks to QE, ZIRP, Central Bank purchases, and [...]

Market Turning Points

gold-eagle.com / Andre Gratian / September 8, 2014

Current position of the market

SPX: Long-term trend – In 1932 and 1974, the 40-yr cycle was responsible for protracted market weakness. The current phase is due this year but where is the weakness? Has man (Federal Reserve) finally achieved dominance over universal [...]

Europe Takes the QE Baton

mauldineconomics.com / BY JOHN MAULDIN / SEPTEMBER 7, 2014

If the wide, wide world of investing doesn’t seem a little strange to you these days, it can only be because you’re not paying attention. If you’re paying attention, strange really isn’t the word you’re probably using in your day-to-day investing conversations; it may be more [...]

EU – Nothing Works, Not Even Stimulation

thedailybell.com / By Staff News & Analysis / September 08, 2014

Mario Draghi cannot launch QE without German political assent … It is surely wishful thinking to suppose that the ECB is ready to launch full-fledged QE, given its political make-up … Mario Draghi’s comments on the eurozone economy at [...]

Why Draghi’s ABS “Stimulus” Plan Won’t Help Europe’s Economy

Europe's problem has always been a simple one: very few unencumbered assets left to lend against pic.twitter.com/rBP6g2o84t

— zerohedge (@zerohedge) September 5, 2014

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 09/05/2014 15:29

Simply put, the reason why Mario Draghi’s impressively-pitched ABS ‘stimulus’ QE-lite plan won’t help can be summed up in 2 words “unencumbered assets.” [...]

Will the US Jobs Report Matter?

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 5, 2014

The ADP report has been a fairly good guide in recent months of the government’s initial estimate of private sector payroll changes. It steals the much of the thunder. The decline in weekly initial jobless claims and both ISM surveys give reason to expect a continuation [...]

Draghi’s War on Savers and the Euro

acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / September 5, 2014

ECB Cuts Rates From Nada to Zilch (and Less), Announces QE

In his Jackson Hole speech, Mario Draghi already hinted at further ECB interventions, pointing out that 5 year forward inflation breakevens indicated that long term inflation expectations had fallen below 2% (i.e., 2% CPI [...]