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Victorious Draghi?

August 29th, 2015 · Comments Off on Victorious Draghi?

The rebound in eurozone economic performance, financial markets and the slide in the euro suggests that the ECB has managed to get the eurozone out of the deflationary rot. However, the picture is considerably more complex as there are other factors at work. The main question is, can the party on the euro markets continue?

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Tags: ECB · Eurocrisis · QE

Europe to follow Japan’s Abeconomics?

May 19th, 2013 · Comments Off on Europe to follow Japan’s Abeconomics?

Budding growth in the Japanese economy, just as a recession in Europe digs in, is renewing pressure on European policymakers to shift course from austerity to stimulus via Europe to follow Japan’s Abeconomics?.

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Tags: Economics · QE

Like diamonds, bond purchases are forever..

April 10th, 2013 · Comments Off on Like diamonds, bond purchases are forever..

Today’s QE relies on pushing down borrowing costs. It is “creditism”. That is a very blunt tool in a deleveraging bust when nobody wants to borrow. via Like diamonds, bond purchases are forever…

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Like diamonds, bond purchases are forever..

April 5th, 2013 · Comments Off on Like diamonds, bond purchases are forever..

Today’s QE relies on pushing down borrowing costs. It is “creditism”. That is a very blunt tool in a deleveraging bust when nobody wants to borrow. via Like diamonds, bond purchases are forever…

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Tags: Balance sheet recession · QE