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Richard Koo: If Helicopter Money Succeeds, It Will Lead To 1,500% Inflation

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 27, 2016

After today’s uneventful Fed announcement, all eyes turn to the BOJ where many anticipate some form of “helicopter money” is about to be unveiled in Japan by the world’s most experimental central bank.

However, as Nomura’s Richard Koo warns, central banks may get much […]

Everything Hinges on Inflation (Expectations)

financialsense.com / MATTHEW KERKHOFF / 07/27/2016

A few weeks ago I wrote a piece about the flattening yield curves in the top five economies. The implication being that these economies are under duress, as investors forgo adequate compensation in favor of stashing their cash somewhere safe.

Before getting into the heart of today’s article, I […]

Nigeria Says “Don’t Panic, Banks Are Fine” Amid Currency Collapse, Inflation Spike Concerns

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 26, 2016 12:40 PM

A month ago we warned of the looming hyperinflation coming to Nigeria (as well as much of Africa). It appears, following the central banks’ rate hike to a record 14% (reach for yield anyone) in an attempt to stall the ongoing currency collapse, […]

The real message from asset inflation

goldmoney.com / BY ALASDAIR MACLEOD / JULY 21, 2016

The earliest signs are developing of hyperinflation, more correctly described as a collapse of the purchasing power of all the major government currencies.

Central bankers are almost certainly unaware of this danger, partly because their chosen statistics fail to capture it, but mostly because […]

The ‘Fed Model’ For Stocks Is Just “Another 90s Gimmick To Justify The Unjustifiable”

zerohedge.com / by Jeffrey Snider / Jul 21, 2016

A few days ago I examined the relationship between the stock market PE and CPI inflation. The reason was the sudden renewed emphasis on low inflation in the context of trying to justify increasingly outlying earnings multiples in stocks. Earnings fell sharply in 2015, but […]

Stampede To Yield——Global Corporate Credit Heading To $75 Trillion, Growing Risk Of “Crexit”

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By Jeff Cox, CNBC • July 21, 2016

Corporate debt is projected to swell over the next several years, thanks to cheap money from global central banks, according to a report Wednesday that warns of a potential crisis from all that new, borrowed cash floating around.

By 2020, business debt likely will climb […]

Forget The Fed Model’s High PE/Low Interest Rate Theory——History And Logic Deny It

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider / July 21, 2016

A few days ago I examined the relationship between the stock market PE and CPI inflation. The reason was the sudden renewed emphasis on low inflation in the context of trying to justify increasingly outlying earnings multiples in stocks. Earnings fell sharply in 2015, but […]

How The Fed and Most Economists Ignore Inflation

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Lee Adler / July 20, 2016

The headline CPI numbers are finally starting to hit or exceed the Fed’s target, coming in at a seasonally finagled rate of +0.2% for both May and June. CPI understates actual inflation, and that plays havoc with other economic data. With the Fed focused on […]

It’s the Inflation Stupid!

blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / July 20th, 2016

It’s Wednesday morning – and whilst I know where today’s article – as well as the global commodity, currency, and financial markets – will end, it’s difficult to find a single topic to start with, given the myriad “horrible headlines” worthy of discussion. But since, ultimately, […]

Damned Lies and Statistics——–The High PE/Low Inflation Fallacy

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider / July 19, 2016

Everyone knows about lies, damned lies, and statistics. The quote has been attached to Mark Twain who apparently attributed to British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. It remains among popular clichés because there is universal truth to it, a sort of caveat emptor lying in the […]

Emerging Markets: Preview of the Week Ahead

marctomarket.com / Dr. Win Thin / July 18, 2016

EM ended last week on a soft note, due in large part to the attempted coup in Turkey. Weakness in the lira spilled over into wider EM weakness in thin Friday afternoon market conditions. The situation in Turkey has calmed, and so EM may gain […]

Inflation Friday: Rent Growth Exceeds Core Inflation By 3.5% YoY To 2.3% YoY

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Anthony B. Sanders via Confounded Interest / July 15, 2016

Yes, it’s Inflation Friday!

CPI ex food and energy YoY rose 2.3% in June which must be pleasing to The Federal Reserve. Although Empire State Manufacturing rising only 0.55% is less than stellar.

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Fed Cornered: Core CPI Jumps Near 4 Year Highs As Rent Rises At Fastest Rate In 9 Years

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 15, 2016 8:59 AM

Just as we warned, the gas price ‘base effect’ is pressuring consumer price indices higher (Energy +1.3% MoM – up for 3rd month in a row) but even Core CPI rose more than expected (+2.3% vs 2.2% exp) back near its highest since April […]

The “Mass Psychosis” in Bonds Takes a New Twist

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter • July 13, 2016

A propitious day in our era of negative-yield pandemic.

For the first time ever, Germany sold 10-year bonds with a zero-percent coupon today. It sold these “Bunds” at a price that was above face value. So not only do investors not get a coupon payment, however […]

A Tale of Two Empires: the Old and the New

bullionbullscanada.com / by Jeff Nielson / 12 July 2016

One empire builds, the other empire destroys. It is as simple as that. In the corrupt-and-decaying Western Empire, we see only destruction: the destruction of economies; the destruction of societies; the destruction of nations. It is an empire created by the oligarchs of the banking […]

Why this Won’t Work out: Rampant Rent Inflation Collides with Stagnant Incomes

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / July 12, 2016

Unlike stocks, a housing bubble can only go so far.

After a wait of 417 calendar days, or 286 trading days, the S&P 500 finally set a new record high on light volume. Bonds have soared, and yields have dropped to ludicrous lows. The 10-year […]

Venezuela Seizes Local Kimberly-Clark Factory

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 11, 2016

Just hours after Kimberly-Clark, the consumer-products giant that owns Kleenex and Huggies, said it will shutter its Venezuela operations after years of grappling with soaring inflation and a shortage of hard currency and raw materials, Venezuela retaliated by announcing it would seize the factory.

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German Fear of Inflation is Causing Collapse of Europe

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jul 12, 2016

Germany’s obsession with anti-inflation policies inspired by the Hyperinflation of the 1920s is so misguided that it is not threatening to collapse all of Europe. Former ECB banker Lorenzo Bini Smaghi has now even called to rescue the Italian banks with European taxpayers’ money. […]

Obtaining a foreign residency is a no-brainer, especially if you have a family

sovereignman.com / Simon Black / July 8, 2016

By 2014, inflation was at 50% in Venezuela.

Just paying the bill at a restaurant now required a thick stack of cash.

When that happened, some people simply tightened their belts and stopped going out to eat. Others saw this as a warning sign to look […]

The Untouchables

mauldineconomics.com / BY JARED DILLIAN / JULY 7, 2016

Before I start my article this week, a quick note. A lot of big-name speakers at the recent Strategic Investment Conference had a very deflationary outlook.

As the 10th Man, of course, I disagree. After all, it is the nature of the markets to punish consensus […]

Norma Rae Meets Her Match

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Danielle DiMartino Booth • July 6, 2016

One woman, one word, one sign held high above her head standing alone and defiant atop her work table: “UNION”

For those who have seen 1979’s Norma Rae, it is impossible to forget Sally Field’s Oscar-winning portrayal of a textile worker who defies the establishment […]

How Abenomics Fails: Japanese Firms Choose Salvaged Computer Parts Over Investment

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 6, 201

The fact that Abenomics has been a miserable failure has been well established, and even the IMF felt the need to get involved and tell Japan what it should do next. One of the IMF’s recommendations to the BOJ was for the inflation target to […]

Forget The Pullback And Look At These Stunning Price Targets For Gold & Silver

kingworldnews.com / July 05, 2016

With the price of gold and silver pulling back, today it is a good idea for King World News readers around the world to take a step back and look at the big picture.

The following email was sent to us from a KWN reader: “If the price of one […]

Swiss Interest Rates Plunge To Negative Out To 50 Years

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 5, 2016

With the short-end of the Swiss yield curve yielding below -100bps, it was only a matter of time before things went entirely mad at the long-end and today for the first time in history Swiss 50Y yields have tumbled below zero (trading as low […]

So What’s Going on with Inflation in Argentina?

wolfstreet.com / by Bianca Fernet / July 4, 2016

An economic nightmare that’s politically painful to untangle.

When Argentine President Mauricio Macri took power, his economic team began to dismantle his predecessor’s heavy-handed policies — a process that had painful recessionary consequences for the Argentine population. Macri and his team repeatedly promised that by […]