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Most are perplexed as to why Treasury yields are rising with such a poor employment number. The discussion is perhaps more intense than the one of the last three months as too why yields were ...

FRB Chair’s much anticipated speech was not a watershed event. Powell essentially reiterated the messaging from the last FOMC statement and Minutes. If things evolve as expected, the Fed could start to ...

FRB Chair Powell is adamant inflation is “transitory,” that current generational high prints for the inflation statistics are “one and done.” It appears the only group that believes this perspective is the Fed itself and ...

FRB Chair Powell’s remarks offered no surprise. He commented inflation is “transitory,” the Fed is no where close to ending its asset purchases and monetary policy is not expected to change until late 2023. Powell also stated that ...

The S & P 500 and NASDAQ were posting losses of 1.8% and 3.5% respectively before FRB Chair Powell’s reassuring remarks on inflation and growth. Powell indicated that the ...

Approximately nine months ago the Fed flooded the financial system with $5 trillion, an amount that could be levered to $50 trillion to provide liquidity to the frozen bond market. Contrary to the ...

I do not think it is an understatement to write the next two months might be one of the most contentious Presidential election season in decades. Drama will be great as COVID is the ...