From Doomsday To The Largest Cross-Asset Vol. Collapse Since ‘Whatever It Takes’

From Doomsday To The Largest Cross-Asset Vol. Collapse Since ‘Whatever It Takes’

This time three months ago, everyone was pretty sure the financial universe was about to come to an end. Ironically, it was that brush with catastrophe that paved the way for what has since become a lake placid environment across assets. The Q4 tumult forced the dovish pivot from the Fed as tighter financial conditions and wider credit spreads threatened to spillover into the real economy via a reversal of the vaunted "wealth effect" and potentially dire consequences for an already over-leverag
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4 thoughts on “From Doomsday To The Largest Cross-Asset Vol. Collapse Since ‘Whatever It Takes’

  1. Back again, and again, and again to the roaring 20’s. Keep the party going one more day, week, year and sink further into the debt abyss. Sh*t how about another tax cut for …………everyone. Why not it’s free $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ or better yet we can “borrow it” (steal) from socialist security.

    1. None of these assholes wants to be THE Asshole when it all hits the fan. They’ll do whatever it takes to kick this can down the road until it is beyond impossible for them to be personally blamed for the inevitable consequences.

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