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Equities, led by the technologies and energy climbed after FRB Chair Powell reassured all that the ...

Rapidly rising interest rates are weighing upon the markets. There are many causes for this rise but perhaps the two widely accepted reasons are the incessant demand for monies by the government as...

Will November’s election become a market event? A survey of Bank America/Merrill Lynch’s institutional accounts indicated the uncertainty about the upcoming election is a bigger risk than trade. ...

An argument can be made the world’s sovereign debt markets just got a lot riskier as Sweden just ended a half of decade of negative rates. The question at hand will other central banks follow their lead? Everything in the world is priced...

Is a tectonic change about occur on Wall Street? The only consistent profitable trade is long mega sized technology companies. As noted yesterday, Bloomberg writes mega sized growth is priced for 25% annual profit growth for the next decade, twice the rate of...

I am ardent believer in the phrase it is not what one does but rather why one does it. I am also an ardent believer in the philosophy that norms and means are significant and are important to understand where one might be going...

Equities and oil advanced and Treasuries plunged as the odds of a trade deal continue to rise. Bloomberg writes that the 11 basis points rise in the 10-year is a “three sigma” event ...

Wow! Yesterday was a volatile day. Commenting first upon the sovereign debt market, global sovereign debt markets were roiled by Japan’s announcement that it may stop purchasing its debt because of negative yields and begin purchasing “other debt.”...

Two consistent themes of these remarks are negative interest rates and the transition of funds back to Main Street from Wall Street. ...

A once unthinkable collapse in global bond yields is forcing pension funds to buy bonds that offer negative returns. Many institutions are warning of a severe mismatch between expected benefits and returns. ...