Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Falling Inflation Could Spark More Fed-Driven Stimulus – The Atlantic

October 21, 2011 by  
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inflation – Google News via Falling Inflation Could Spark More Fed-Driven Stimulus – The Atlantic.

WSJ:Housing Prices Skew Inflation Figures. David Rosenberg:Not So

April 16, 2010 by  
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Kelly Evans The Wall Street Journal claimed the low CPI was skewed by exaggerated emphasis on rental costs rather home ownership costs.

Read This Before You Bet The House on Commodities

March 31, 2010 by  
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Ebullio Capital Management reported that its commodity fund was down 86.25% during the month of February. That’s not a typo. If you had invested the fund’s minimum requirement $100,000 on Feb. 1, 2010; by February 28, your account would be less than $14,000. Lars Steffenson, the manager of the fund, claims that the funds investments […]

Roubini Sidekick Likes Dividend Stocks and Corporate Bonds.

March 20, 2010 by  
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Asked “Where should you be putting your money”, Montianey replied, “Stay in corporate bonds (as opposed to so called risk free treasuries)

Inflation in China? Depends on Who You Believe

March 18, 2010 by  
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For the remainder of this year, inflation in China is expected to be “mild and controllable”. China had an annualized inflation rate of 2.7% in February of 2010.

Inflation or Deflation Experts Disagree (Shocking)

March 12, 2010 by  
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Inflation or Deflation? Tech Ticker brought out two of their warhorses to re-hash this old bit.

BofA Merrill Lynch 2010 Inflation Mild but Gold at 1,500

January 5, 2010 by  
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On Dec 14, 2009 BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research projected low inflation, but still expects the price of gold and other commodities to rise substantially

Inflation or Deflation? Robert Samuelson Worries About Both

December 22, 2009 by  
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Psychology matters. What economists call “expectations” shape how workers, managers and investors behave. If they fear inflation, they act in ways that bring it about. The converse is also true, as the late 1940s show.