All-Star Prof. Steve Keen is back with an update on the recent surge in populism around the globe and Steve’s outlook for the resolution of the Brexit dilemmaLink: http://bit.ly/31Amewu
All-Star Jeff Snider is back with more perspective on the global dollar liquidity situation, this time focusing on the supply rather than demand side of the equation.Link: http://bit.ly/2Jb9aXV
Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Stephanie Pomboy to MacroVoices. They discuss the expansion of the FED’s balance sheet, the significance of the recent liquidity shock and the divergence between corporate profits and S&P and much more. In postga.
All-Star Julian Brigden weighs in on the Saudi Arabia oil infrastructure attacks, Chinese liquidity, and the Fed’s QE that isn’t QE according to the FedLink: http://bit.ly/33CcXFC
All-Star Luke Gromen says the official narrative just failed: The notion that the USD shortage would affect the rest of the world before it would affect the U.S. just collapsed according to Luke, and this creates investable opportunities.Link: http://bi..
All-Star Louis-Vincent gave returns for a detailed look at markets and an update on the developing situation in Hong KongLink: http://bit.ly/2MynZ7S
Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Tian Yang to MacroVoices. They discuss the economic and liquidity leading indicators, the implications of US-China trade war on the markets, translating economic signals into market decisions and more. Later, Ami.
All-Star Danielle DiMartino-Booth is back to take a deeper look at last week’s Jobs report an share her analysis of what it means. Also free issue of Daily Feather newsletter.Link:http://bit.ly/2M0M6Nx
All-Star Jeff Snider responds to listeners who have questioned how Jeff can say there’s a treasury shortage when bid-to-cover ratios are declining in treasury auctions.Link: http://bit.ly/2Vmfd0L
All-Star Juliette Declercq says it’s time for the global economy to either break or bounce. Hear Juliette explain in detail in this episode.Link: http://bit.ly/31W7B7p