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by Lee Adler, The Wall Street Examiner Bloomberg had this headline yesterday: Banks Use $1.77 Trillion To Double Treasury Purchases They led with this: The gap between U.S. bank deposits and loans is growing at the fastest pace in two … Continue reading
Won’t reduced PBoC purchases be hugely disruptive to the US economy and to the US Treasury markets?
No, they won’t. There is so much nonsense still being said about this, even by economists who should know better Continue reading
QE2 will be over before the end of June 2011. In simple words, QE (aka quantitative easing) is in effect the same as government buying its own debt. Continue reading
Foreign direct investment in the U.S. has been offsetting some of the net goods and services trade deficit in 2010. Can that continue? Continue reading