By Heisenberg Ok, so as noted on Sunday, Mario Draghi is probably going to thread the needle today. Here’s what we said: This telegraphing was
By Kevin Muir of the Macro Tourist Today is the day. Both Draghi and Yellen speak later at Jackson Hole. Although expectations for market moving
By Heisenberg In our week ahead preview, we spent considerable time talking about the dollar dynamic as it relates to this Friday’s CPI print. For
By Heisenberg Clearly, the euro and in particular bunds didn’t get what they were expecting in the ECB decision (out as usual at 7:45 EST).
By Heisenberg On Thursday morning, at around 7:15 EST, WSJ reported that Mario Draghi would address Jackson Hole for the first time in three years.
By Heisenberg Boy, I’ll tell you what, if you’re a central banker and you’re going to say something in public about monetary policy, you better
By Danielle DiMartino Booth Quizzically-inclined quantum physicists quench their intellectuality by quoting philosophers first, then their fellow scientists It is in fact questionable whether quantum
By Steve Saville I was blown away by the following two charts from Jeffrey Snider’s article titled “The European Basis For New Monetary Science“. [biiwii