‘Where We’re Going, There Are No Roads’: Revolvers, 12-Sigma Plunges And Reluctant Swipers

‘Where We’re Going, There Are No Roads’: Revolvers, 12-Sigma Plunges And Reluctant Swipers

Perhaps unsatisfied that his already dour projections were resonating, Jim Bullard on Monday told Bloomberg that unemployment could spike as high as 42% over the coming months, as the US economy effectively shuts down in an effort to stop the spread of a deadly pathogen which has infected nearly 800,000 people globally. Bullard previously projected unemployment could soar to 30% and also suggested Donald Trump implement a "National Pandemic Adjustment Period" until at least July 1, during which
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2 thoughts on “‘Where We’re Going, There Are No Roads’: Revolvers, 12-Sigma Plunges And Reluctant Swipers

  1. As dire as the situation is, it’s clear that Bullard is throwing out worst-case scenarios to try and stir-up more support for increasingly unconscionable Fed intervention.

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