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Why The Fed Will Be Forced To Halt QT Early And Expand The Balance Sheet In 2020, According To Morgan Stanley

"An inverted yield curve by mid-2019."

"An inverted yield curve by mid-2019."
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3 comments on “Why The Fed Will Be Forced To Halt QT Early And Expand The Balance Sheet In 2020, According To Morgan Stanley

  1. Error404

    Slightly off-piste but nonetheless still skiing down the same mountain, Gavekal came out with a note on Wednesday forecasting the onset of recession by 3/19. The call was based largely on global liquidity and trade indicators which, it claims, have a reasonable track record of misbehaving ahead of recessions. Bet Draghi is beginning to wonder whether his contract is 12 months too long. (And ‘no’, per your note earlier today he is NOT the world’s most competent central banker – whatever that might mean post-GFC; he’s the guy who broke the EZ sovereign bond market, and will be judged harshly by future historians of the EUR’s collapse – perhaps unduly harshly given its initial design flaws.)

  2. Anonymous

    Well done on the web redesign. Did you notice Jean-Claude was so drunk he had to be held up? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5946491/Juncker-struggles-gala-leaders-step-help.html

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