By Chris Ciovacco Rising interest rates can hurt stocks by reducing the demand for riskier assets relative to safer assets Stocks and Bonds Both Elevated
By Doug Noland Credit Bubble Bulletin: Reversals Commenting on Friday’s jump in global bond yields, a fund manager on Bloomberg Television downplayed the move: “Yields
By Michael Ashton This isn’t research – it’s a recognition that what they did didn’t work I haven’t written an article for a couple of
By Chris Ciovacco Low Productivity And Excessive Debt Fueled By Ultra-Low Rates Global central planners often cite high global debt levels and decreasing productivity as
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals Guess what you get, if you subtract the CPI from the nominal rate of interest. The real interest rate.
By Steve Saville The interest rate is the cost incurred or the payment received for exchanging a present good for a future good Rarely does
By Tom McClellan NIRP Disrupting 60-Year Cycle July 07, 2016 The 60-year cycle in interest rates has been operating for as long as interest rate
By Doug Noland May 20 – Bloomberg (Susanne Walker Barton): “Treasuries fell, heading for their biggest weekly drop since November, as Federal Reserve officials indicated
By Chris Ciovacco Fed Has A Difficult Job In terms of government policy, the economy has two primary types of stimulus, fiscal and monetary. The
By Goldsqueeze.com The 10-, 20-, and 30-year US Treasury Bonds are all in the final stage of what appears to be textbook cup-with-handle consolidation patterns.