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Are Central Banks Trying To ‘Purposely’ Engineer Volatility? These Investors Think So

The bottom line: for credit investors, the risk of central banks becoming more hawkish is now a two-headed beast.

The bottom line: for credit investors, the risk of central banks becoming more hawkish is now a two-headed beast.
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1 comment on “Are Central Banks Trying To ‘Purposely’ Engineer Volatility? These Investors Think So

  1. Big Stevie

    Thanks H. Another cool article.

    In the short run, the volatility central bankers are trying to engineer seems to be the propping up kind. Gotta keep inflating market bubbles to create the ‘wealth effect’.

    That’s because they need to distract us from the other (long-term) kind of volatility they’re engineering: debasement of the currency via inflation of the money supply.

    The Fed is 99% of the way there! 1% to go. The problem, as history shows, is that the final race to the bottom will be ugly…

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