Euro, Bund Yields Jump As ECB Changes Language On QE

This is obviously bond bearish and probably bearish for risk assets as well depending on how Draghi manages the message.


ECB Removes Dovish Slant On QE From Statement

Aaaand it’s gone.

Rise And Fall Of The ‘Zombies’

What happens to the zombies (so to speak)?

Not For The Faint-Hearted: Full Week Ahead Preview

This is not going to be for the faint of heart.

High Note.

And so the holiday-shortened week comes to a close and it delivered everything that could have been reasonably expected of it.

Fly Me To The Moon.

I was told Icarus would be unleashed.

ECB Minutes Show Bank Concerned About ‘Premature’ Emancipation (Of Markets)

Happens to a lot of guys.

‘Why Does It Hurt When We Unwind?’ Why The Re-emancipation Of Markets Will Be Painful

“This time is different.”

No, really.

Are Central Banks Trying To ‘Purposely’ Engineer Volatility? These Investors Think So

The bottom line: for credit investors, the risk of central banks becoming more hawkish is now a two-headed beast.

Trader: Here’s Why I Would Fade Ray Dalio’s Massive Short

“We will probably never know, but I think it’s an interesting exercise to speculate on the reasons for the massive bet.”

‘Is This The End Of The Central Bank Put’?

It may be time to question your religion.

Final Curtain? Full Week Ahead Preview

Is this it?

‘Shocks’ And A ‘Critical’ Level

In pop culture terms, “there’s levels to this shit.”

The Good Old Days.

I remember when…

Dear ECB: Good Luck Stayin’ Dovish With Data Like That

“…with higher costs being increasingly passed on to customers, the survey sends a warning signal for a potential rise in future consumer price inflation.”