Posts Tagged Quantitative EasingFile not found. The Endgame Of Quantitative Easing: COMMUNISM?
In a persistently deflationary environment, central bank become bigger and bigger to counter that until it finally running out of things to buy.Bank of England MPC Keeps Interest Rate Unchanged, Launches QE 2
Bank of England keeps Bank rate at 0.5%, and increase the asset purchase programme to £275 billion, launching the second round of quantitative easing.(Mis)-Managing Expectation: Jackson Hole Edition
Ben Bernanke will be speaking on Friday. While the market is hoping/praying/begging for more quantitative easing, the market might be disappointed.FOMC Minutes: QE3 or No QE3?
The slightest hint of possibility of QE3 in the Fed minutes made the stock market excited for half an hour.QE3 Or Not QE3, That’s Not The Question
QE3 or not QE3, this is not the question, because it will not work, and the slowdown might be transitory only.Why Am I (Controversially) Confident In The US Dollar?
Long US dollar is among the most contentious ideas around, so I am (controversially) positive on US dollar as long as the debt ceiling can be lifted.United States: So Ben Bernanke thinks QE2 is working?
How awkward: Ben Bernanke seems to think that quantitative easing worked because the market reacted.United States: Did quantitative easing actually work?
With the recent mix of data pointing to a stronger growth with the risk of disinflation still around, you are right to ask whether quantitative easing I & II have ever worked.Quantitative Easing succeeded in some limited sense
Quantitative Easing seems to be successful in making new bubbles to substitute the old ones. But Austrian Economists would say that bubbles lead to new disasters.US Economy: Tax Cuts and Quantitative Easing
When bond yields going up in these two days, I am rather struggling to figure out whether it is the tax cuts, or the failure of quantitative easing, or just a bet of deteriorting public finances.US Economy: can you have true recovery with a housing double-dip
With a housing double-dip, the prospect of US economy is getting gloomier.Charts: What has the announcement of QE2 done to the markets?
It seems that the expectation of QE2 did more than the real announcement itself. Whether the actual buying will do anything, well… we will see.
Markets. 5 November, 2010, 14:57Trade Irish Bonds, Would You?
Warning for Irish bonds came from the clearing house, but investors in other markets are still happy because Bernanke is running the printing press “as fast as he can”Three reasons why markets will correct after QE2, no matter what
A friend of mine came up with 3 reasons why stock markets will correct no matter how much money the Fed will drop into the systemCash hoarding and slow investments – evidence for the failure of QE
Data and reports showed that companies in US are hoarding cash and investing very little. This is just another piece of evidence on why QE will not work.Quantitative Easing (Part 3): Why it would NOT work
In the final part of the series, I explain why QE would (or will) fail.Quantitative Easing (Part 2): How it would NOT work
There was only one country which did it before the Great Financial Crisis, and they failed.Quantitative Easing (Part 1): How it would work
In this series, we explain “quantitative easing”. In part I, we describe how it is operated and the objective of such operation.