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Back in October of 2014, when we explained what the BOJ's "shocking" QE expansion really meant, we showed a chart that showed the key aspect of Japan's shock and awe monetization: Kuroda is now monetizing 100% of gross bond issuance.  We cited Takuji Okubo, chief economist at Japan Macro Advisors in Tokyo, who said that at the scale of its current debt monetization, the BOJ could end up ownin

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Because... why not...click image fo rhuge legible version... Algofest it isCharts: Bloomberg

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Democrats are the happiest relative to Republicans in over 3 months according to Bloomberg's Consumer Comfort index. In fact, whether because the market is tumbling or The Donald is soaring, Republican 'comfort' is the lowest since Nov 2014 while Democrat 'comfort' remains relatively stable...Democrats confidence surging relative to Republicans... But it is driven by the collapse in Republica

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Markit's US Services PMI printed a healthy 56.1 for August, rising for the 2nd consecutive month, comfortably beating expectations and giving The Fed more ammo for a September hike. This rise was achieved despite the weakest rise in new work in 3 months. While Markit notes that this headline print suggest 'everything is awesome' it suggests the need for more stimulus just in case, as p

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"This is a dangerous time," warns Nobel laureate Bob Schiller as he warns of the false signal that typical P/E ratios are misleading and in fact his CAPE ratio (looking through the cycle) implies "fair value" for The Dow should trade around 11,000 and around 1300 for the S&P 500."There is a risk of a substantial decline," he adds, warning that the recent rebound&q

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Draghi - we have a problem. They hoped, he came, they sold. US stocks and bonds knee-jerk rallied on the "expanding QE" promise from Draghi thi8s morning but all those gains have been erased now as USDJPY 'fun-durr-mentals' drag it lower. If not even the latest reduction in European economic forecasts can push stocks higher, we central banks may have a real problem on their hands.  

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Submittted by Cassius Methyl via TheAntiMedia.org,An assistant professor from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point recently declared that professionals critical of the “War on Terror” constitute a “treasonous” opposition that should be subject to military force.He believes the U.S. should have the right to attack people who are critical of U.S. military operations &mdash

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Back in March, we mocked the ECB's inflation forecasts with a post titled "Mario Draghi Reveals Biggest. Hockeystick. Ever!", which highlighted the ECB's ridiculous expectation that inflation would soar from 0.0% in 2015 to 2016. We though no other hockeystick could possibly surpass this. We were wrong.Behold the ECB's latest inflation expectations. Something to note: in March 2014, full year infl

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ABN Amro was right: moments ago Mario Draghi announced that, just as the Pavlovian Dogs were salivating, the ECB would not leave markets hanging, and while not boosting QE in size, announced he would increase the amount of monetizable assets, i.e., the ECB's share limit per CUSIP equivalent, from 25% to 33%. The result: an immediate surge in both stocks (ES jumping 21 points) and bonds (the 10Y dr

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DAILY PRICESToday’s Gold Prices: USD1130.05, EUR 1005.88 and GBP 739.63 per ounce.Yesterday’s Gold Prices: USD 1140.00, EUR 1010.73 and GBP 746.46 per ounce.(LBMA AM)“No Safe Assets Anymore” So “Focus On Precious Metals” – FaberRespected economist and historian and the editor of the ‘Gloom, Boom & Doom Report’ Marc Faber warned on Bloomberg TV’s Market Makers yesterday that




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