‘After 700+ Rate Cuts And $10 Trillion In Liquidity’, Quantitative Failure Now Tops The Worry List

‘After 700+ Rate Cuts And $10 Trillion In Liquidity’, Quantitative Failure Now Tops The Worry List

2018 was the year when developed market central banks learned just how large of an addiction liability they're running after a decade of ultra-accommodative monetary policy. As a recalcitrant Fed kept hiking (pigeonholed, as Jerome Powell was, by the threat of an economic overheat in the US and prospective tariff-related price pressures), emerging markets crumbled in a harrowing summer rout. By Q4, risk assets of all stripes were in a tailspin and the Fed was on the verge of tightening the US i
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