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Balance Sheet Recession Ensures Slow Growth Going Forward

Treasury bonds. America is the world's bank ... Natural gas prices may have bottomed, and with production rising due to leasehold requirements and desirable natural gas liquids, pipelines are attracti... read more

Shift From T-Bonds And Into Commodities and Gold?

As of May, Japan's year-over-year core deflation ... signaling that the bond market's fear of a deflationary trap is overblown. In Japan, the central bank and the ministry of finance (MoF) manhandled ... read more

“Dangerous Divergences” betweens Bonds and Stocks

“We cannot live in fear that gee whiz the stock market ... to be used to buy Japanese government bonds (JGB’s). It was later revealed on May 30 th, that Japan’s biggest banks decided to slash their ho... read more

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Rupee, rupiah skid as Fed taper talk rattles Asian markets

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Vulnerable emerging Asian currencies weakened and regional ... Japan's Nikkei stock average ended down 0.2 percent. The Indian rupee slumped to a two-month low of 63.90 per dollar b... read more


Weekly Commentary: Market Realities

China and Russia have solidified close economic and military bonds ... regional Japan. As the benchmark for U.S. borrowing costs climbs, it becomes more expensive to hedge dollar-denominated investmen... read more

Money moves

Sudden drop in RMB a shift toward market-driven rates, not a growth boost, experts say After ... the People's Bank of China took the decision to let the yuan slide by 1.9 percent on Aug 11 - the bigge... read more

Perception and reality on US-North Korea relations in 2018

Five of the six likely participants in a conflict are among the top 12 economies in the world, based on gross domestic product, with the United States, China and Japan ... may significantly alter the ... read more

Japan’s trading desks: ‘Situation normal’, BAU or AFU?

Needless to say, many staff working for the big banks and brokers are not particularly thrilled to be among the last ones left standing in Tokyo — even though top managers and traders may be already . ... read more

Asian shares, emerging currencies tumble on Fed anxiety

The Indian rupee slumped to a two-month low after surging consumer prices sparked fears the central bank would continue ... $85 billion-a-month bond-buying programme sooner rather than later. Global m... read more



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