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‘The Window Has Closed’: One Bank Throws In The Towel On Things Getting Back To ‘Normal’

... it effectively sounded the death knell on normalization.

... it effectively sounded the death knell on normalization.
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1 comment on “‘The Window Has Closed’: One Bank Throws In The Towel On Things Getting Back To ‘Normal’

  1. Harvey Cotton

    Bloomberg has an article about bond markets drooling at the prospect of QE returning by 2020, with $100 billion monthly purchases including corporate bonds.

    The Fed’s balance sheet is 25% or so of U.S. GDP. The Bank of Japan, ever the pacesetter, has a balance sheet that is 101% of Japan’s GDP. Just sayin’.

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