Tag Archive: ECB QE

Fx Thoughts : There Was A Young Lady of Riga

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There was a young lady of Riga, Who rode with a smile on a tiger. They returned from the ride, With the lady inside And a smile on the face of the tiger.… Continue reading

ECB Today – Winter Is Coming

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We have been so caught up in the month end USD frenzy that I clean forgot about the ECB today ! And what a day it will be because they are expected to… Continue reading

Welcome to The EM Rattlesnake Round-Up

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Welcome to the EM round up. It happens once or maybe twice a year. This year, it started on the first day of January but soon erased losses into February, not without weakening… Continue reading

FX Thoughts : The Lonely USD And EM Dreams

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The USD dollar is in a lonely place this year as central bankers break ranks in their hierarchies and mostly losing heart. The typical job of a central banker is to manage 1.… Continue reading

United We Stand, Divided We Fall – Central Banks Breaking Ranks, EURUSD Breaking Bad

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I am not sure which planet some private bankers are from but I am seeing headlines that Yellen is dovish in the in-box whilst strategy pieces that are meant for distribution only to… Continue reading

Ad Hoc Commentary – Europe to do quantitative easing into a fragmented financial market?

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Everyone is focused on the American Federal Reserve’s tapering, and too few are focused on the possibility of Europe embarking on quantitative easing (QE), i.e. printing money. The most important data point this… Continue reading