‘This Screams Fed Tightening & Late Cycle’

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Fed Minutes: FOMC Says Inflation Overshoot ‘Could Be Helpful’

I guess it depends on your definition of “helpful”.

David Stockman Is Not Particularly Amused With Your Inflation Targeting

“Is there any evidence that the microscopic variance between 1.9%  and 2.3% inflation on the PCE deflator makes any difference to the performance and prosperity of the main street economy?”

‘Encouraging Things’.

Things no one knows about.

Fed Statement: Highlights, Red Line (They’re Going With ‘Close To’)

FED KEEPS RATES UNCHANGED, SAYS INFLATION `MOVED CLOSE’ TO 2%

Here’s A Quick Guide To The May Fed Statement (Because I Know You Care)

What’s the frequency Jay?

Trader: Powell Has A Plan. There’s Just One Problem…

“Powell has got a plan, and his sticking to it so vehemently will ultimately be a mistake. “

Follow The (Convexity) Flows: Restriking Of The Fed Put Revisited

“In that environment, convexity withdrawal creates a reinforcing loop where more turbulence in risk assets tends to cause stability in fixed income.”

‘America First’: Full Week Ahead Preview

Ok, well all eyes will be on the U.S. in the week ahead.

Why Goldman Thinks The Fed Isn’t Even Halfway There

“And there is still little evidence that the committee is close to the halfway mark from this perspective.”

Why This Is ‘A More Painful Rate Shock’

Listen, you people are concerned about 10Y yields, and that’s fine. After all, we blew threw the February highs this week on the way to the “dreaded” 3% “pain threshold” and while there were no swarms of locusts and no Pazuzu sightings (that I’m aware of), there are still concerns that the higher we go, the closer we get to a situation characterized by “diversification desperation” or, more simply, a scenario where bonds and stocks selloff in tandem.

Behold: An ‘Incubator For Vicious Steepeners’

Something tells us this is an underappreciated tail risk, indeed.

‘Keep The Change, You Filthy Animal’

“Get ready.”

Fed Minutes: ‘Trade War Is A Downside Risk’

STRONG MAJORITY OF FED OFFICIALS SAW TRADE WAR AS DOWNSIDE RISK

FED SEES `SIGNIFICANT’ FISCAL-POLICY GROWTH BOOST NEXT FEW YRS

A NUMBER FED OFFICIALS SAW OUTLOOK WARRANTING STEEPER RATE PATH

War And (No) Peace: Full Week Ahead Preview

Say your prayers.