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Posts tagged 'Interest Rates'

Has The Fed Actually Raised Rates This Year? - Dave Kranzler (15/6/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 13178 Views No comments

The answer is debatable but it depends, exactly, to which rates you are referring.

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Beware the Ides of March - Jeff Thomas (16/3/2017)

By Jeff Thomas 3 years ago 11244 Views 3 comments

In December of 2016, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve announced that the Fed was likely to raise the interest rate several times in 2017. The next such rise is anticipated to take place on 15th March.

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Interest Rate Turn? - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 4 years ago 5456 Views No comments

Can interest rates go lower? Ask the machines, central banks, and algos that control them. But given the rapid rise since August 2016 it seems increasingly likely that rates will continue to rise from what looks like a generational bottom. They might rise for several decades.

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The Great Interest Rate Contradiction - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 4 years ago 15594 Views No comments

When the Federal Reserve talks about raising interest rates, U.S. markets go up. When the Federal Reserve talks about raising interest rates, precious metals prices go down. There is a Great Interest Rate Contradiction in evidence here, and the closer that one looks, the more perverse it appears.

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The Variable-Rate World Stares Into The Abyss – Again - John Rubino

By John Rubino 4 years ago 5946 Views No comments

Back in 2013 interest rates in the US and elsewhere started to rise, and the results were scary to put it mildly. Now it's happening again, it seems.

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December 2, 2016 - WWU with Eric Sprott

By Craig Hemke - TFMetalsReport.com 4 years ago 9054 Views No comments

This week, Eric Sprott discusses how the global economy and global interest rates impact the global demand for gold and silver.

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Introducing Yield Purchasing Power - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 4 years ago 6182 Views No comments

The monetary debate seems artificially limited. On one side is Federal Reserve policy based on discretion. On the other is policy based on rules. It’s Keynes vs. Friedman. It’s central planning of our economy based on the reactive whims of wise monetary planners vs. central planning of our economy based on the proactive rules written by … wise monetary planners.

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Global Debt Grows & Central Banks Are Buyers - Tim Taschler

By Tim Taschler 4 years ago 18914 Views

The IMF reported last week that global debt hit a record $152 trillion. I’m old enough to remember when a million was a lot, and in the past two decades we have blown right through talking of millions and billions and are now throwing around trillions like it's nothing.

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Surprise, Surprise! The FED Decides to Keep Rates Steady - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 4 years ago 9494 Views No comments

The markets foolishly were entertaining the idea that they would increase interest rates, but as I have stated before, this is not in the FED's best interest and they have no intentions of setting the markets spinning before the elections are settled in November.

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Negative Interest Rates: The Tax On Capital - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 4 years ago 31647 Views 3 comments

What is a “negative interest rate”? A bank starts to confiscate our capital, at a fixed rate. We have another word for the confiscation of capital: “tax.” What are negative interest rates supposed to do? They are supposed to stimulate our economies. Have you ever heard of a tax stimulating an economy? Didn’t think so.

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The FED Will Do Nothing, The Punch Bowl Must Remain Until After the Elections - Nathan McDonald

By Nathan McDonald 4 years ago 10092 Views No comments

Stocks continue to march higher as the world waits to hear the jawboning of Janet Yellen and other key officials in the upcoming Jackson Hole meeting.

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A Negative Interest Rate World

By Tim Taschler 4 years ago 8610 Views

The FT reports that the value of negative-yielding bonds - both government and corporate - swelled to $13.4 trillion this week as negative interest rates and central bank bond buying ripple through the debt market.

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Real vs. Nominal Interest Rates - Keith Weiner

By Keith Weiner 4 years ago 7698 Views No comments

What is the real interest rate? It is the nominal rate minus the inflation rate. This is a problematic idea. Let’s drill deeper into what they mean by inflation.

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Can You Imagine The Fed Raising Interest Rates In This World? Europe In Chaos Edition - John Rubino

By John Rubino 4 years ago 9968 Views No comments

Two short months ago it was generally expected that US interest rates would rise for the balance of the year — a move made possible by steady economic growth and general global stability.

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The Big Lie About Ultra-Low Interest Rates - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 4 years ago 44151 Views 2 comments

Everything told to us by our puppet politicians and criminal bankers about near-zero, 0%, and below-zero interest rates is a lie. The only thing more heinous than these lies is the reason for all this lying.

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