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Could Inflation Render a Central Bank Insolvent?

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gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / December 11, 2017

In the aftermath of the Great Financial Crisis, Central Banks began cornering the sovereign bond market via Zero or even Negative interest rates and Quantitative Easing (QE) programs.

The goal here was to reflate the financial system by pushing the “risk […]

These Are The 30 Biggest Risks Facing Markets In 2018

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zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Dec 10, 2017 9:50 PM

Once upon a time, Wall Street analysts had just two things to worry about: interest rate risk and corporate profits – virtually everything else was derived from these. Unfortuantely, we now live in the new normal, where […]

3 Amigos Update

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news.goldseek.com / By Gary Tanashian / 8 December 2017

I realize this theme could be wearing on some people, but with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer I am going to pound it until it either aborts or completes. It is, in my opinion, too important not to.

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What You’re Not Being Told About The Real Economy

zerohedge.com / by Jeffrey Snider via Alhambra Investment Partners / Dec 10, 2017

The year 2000 was a transition year in a lot of ways. Though Y2K amounted to mild mass hysteria, people did have to get used to writing the date with 20 in front of the year rather than […]

Inflation v Deflation – State Finances

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / December 07, 2017

There is a general belief, and that is all it is, that state finances fare better in an inflationary environment than a deflationary one. This perception arises from the transfer of wealth from lenders to the state through a devaluation of the currency, which occurs with […]

In 2018, Central Banks Will Have to Choose… Blow Up Stocks or Bonds…

gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / December 7, 2017

And they’re going to choose to let stocks go.

The #1 driver of the stock market is Central Bank money printing. In 2017 alone, the BoJ and the European Central Bank (ECB) have printed over $1.5 TRILLION and funneled it into the financial system.

The primary goal […]

Finally, An Honest Inflation Index – Guess What It Shows

dollarcollapse.com / by John Rubino / DECEMBER 6, 2017

Central bankers keep lamenting the fact that record low interest rates and record high currency creation haven’t generated enough inflation (because remember, for these guys inflation is a good thing rather than a dangerous disease).

To which the sound money community keeps responding, “You’re looking in […]

Bi-Weekly Economic Review: Who You Gonna Believe?

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Joseph Y. Calhoun via Alhambra Investments / December 5, 2017

We’ve had a pretty good run of data recently and with the tax bill passing the Senate one would expect to see markets react positively, to reflect renewed optimism about economic growth. We have improving economic data on pretty much a global […]

Markit Economist Cites Rising Inflation: Stagflation Lite?

 

themaven.net / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / December 5th, 2017

“Average selling prices for goods and services showed one of the largest increases recorded over the past four years.”

Business activity growth in the US eased in November according to the IHS Markit U.S. Composite PMI™.

Key Findings

Service sector output expansion softens to five-month […]

GOLD & SILVER CATALYST: Inflation Pressures Increasing Across The Globe!

kingworldnews.com / December 05, 2017

Inflation pressures are increasing across the globe, which is why central planners are in a hurry to attack the gold and silver markets.

Inflation Pressures Increasing Across The Globe December 5 (King World News) – Here is a small portion of an extremely important note today from Peter Boockvar:

“Something […]

The Boom Continues

news.goldseek.com / By Steve Saville, The Speculative Investor / Sunday, 3 December 2017

The US economic boom is still in progress, where a boom is defined as a period during which monetary inflation and the suppression of interest rates create the false impression of a growing/healthy economy*. We know that it is still in […]

Politics may Continue to Overshadow Economics

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / December 3, 2017

The new monthly cycle of high frequency economic data has begun. The manufacturing PMI shows the synchronized global recovery is continuing. The service sector and composite PMI will be reported in the week ahead. They are unlikely altering the general expectation for robust growth in […]

Inflation Surges as Economy Bogs Down in Mexico

wolfstreet.com / by Don Quijones / Nov 30, 2017

Bank of Mexico caught in a vise.

In the last week, the governor of the Bank of Mexico (or Banxico), Augustin Carstens, stepped down in order to take over the reins as general manager of the Bank for International Settlements in Basil, Switzerland, while Finance […]

Core Inflation (PCE) Rises To 1.44% YoY Ahead of Fed’s December Meeting (Prob of Rate Hike Is 98.3%)

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Anthony B Sanders • November 30, 2017

The Fed’s Open Market Committee meeting is just around the corner (December 13) and the last core inflation report has been released. Core Personal Consumption Expenditures (Core PCE YoY) rose from 1.36% to 1.44%, well below The Fed’s 2% target rate.

Personal spending cooled […]

Hurricane Impacts Abate: Real Income +0.3%, PCE +0.1%, Inflation +0.1%

themaven.net / by Mike Mish Shedlock / November 29, 2017

The BEA reports real disposable personal income rose 0.3% in October. Real PCE rose 0.3%. The PCE price index rose 0.1%.

The hurricane impacts on income, outlays, and inflation appear to be tapering off according to the BEA’s report on Personal Income and Outlays […]

Trump Fed and Gold

sunshineprofits.com / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / NOVEMBER 29, 2017

President Trump will reshape the Federal Reserve. What does it mean for the gold market?

There are currently two big unknowns widely discussed by the financial analysts and investors. The first one are the prospects of tax reform. This week all eyes are on Capitol Hill, as […]

Inflation Target, Taylor Rule and Gold

sunshineprofits.com / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / NOVEMBER 28, 2017

The central banks’ inability to achieve their inflation targets led some analysts to argue for modifying these targets. Are they inappropriate in a modern, globalized economy? Should central banks change them? Or should they conduct a more rule-based policy, as John Taylor argues? How would such moves […]

If Inflation is Too Low… Explain These Three Charts

gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / November 27, 2017

Everywhere one looks, inflation is roaring.

Oil is about to hit $60 a barrel, having risen 10% this year alone.

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Moreover, home prices have hit new all-time highs, surpassing even their 2006 peaks.

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Thinking about Interest Rates

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 27, 2017

The US two-year yield has risen nearly 57 bp so far this year. The Federal Reserve has hiked rates twice and is poised to raise the Fed funds target rate in a few weeks. The 10-year yield has fallen 11 bp. The decline in the […]

Slow Start to Busy Week

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 27, 2017

The US dollar is narrowly mixed and is largely consolidating last week’s losses as the market waits for this week’s numerous events that may impact the investment climate. These include the likelihood of the US Senate vote on tax reform, preliminary eurozone November CPI, a […]

REALIST NEWS – In praise of Tesla’s bankruptcy?

news.goldseek.com / By Avi Gilburt / Monday, 27 November 2017

When former bears call for a “New Golden Age” of the stock market, with targets of the DOW set at 100,000, well, it is clearly time for bulls to beware.

In fact, the Dow 100,000 prediction of this former bear is […]

“When To Worry?”: How Long After The Curve Inverts Does The Recession Begin

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 26, 2017

The recent (bear) flattening of the US yield curve to levels not seen since before the GFC, a move which has only accelerated in recent weeks as the stock market hit all time highs, has prompted some to question the strength of the US economic […]

Blain: “The High-Yield Market Is Where The Bond Supernova Will Erupt”

zerohedge.com / Blain’s Morning Porridge, submitted by Bill Blain of Mint Partners / Nov 23, 2017 8:07 AM

It’s a US holiday and markets will be thin through today. To show my solidarity with our American cousins, I’m off for a proper lunch with clients in the West End and Malbec rules* will probably apply.

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Europe Rebounds From Chinese Rout After Stellar PMIs; US Closed For Holiday

#Eurozone output #PMI hits 79-month high (57.5) in November. Employment rises to greatest extent in 17 years. https://t.co/lY3ICXieSp pic.twitter.com/hCY1Dx9uzh

— Markit Economics (@MarkitEconomics) November 23, 2017

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 23, 2017 7:24 AM

Nothing can keep the BTFD spirit at bay in Europe this Thanksgiving morning.

Having […]

The Delirious Dozen of 2017

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By David Stockman / Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

Yesterday we noted the massive market cap inflation and then stupendous collapse of the Delirious Dozen of 2000. The latter included Microsoft, Cisco, Dell, Intel, GE, Yahoo, AIG and Juniper Networks—plus four others which didn’t survive (Lucent, WorldCom, Global Crossing and Nortel).

Together they represented […]