China’s Slowdown | The Big Conversation | Refinitiv

ROGER HIRST: Last week, when Donald Trump signed the bipartisan bill requiring an annual review of trade between the US and Hong Kong, it was seen as just another escalation in the ongoing trade tensions between the US and China. But in many ways, those trade tensions are detracting from some very real changes which are taking place […]

Are CLOs the New Mortgage-Backed Securities? (w/ Danielle DiMartino Booth & Peter Boockvar)

DANIELLE DIMARTINO BOOTH: Hello. Joining us today is Peter Boockvar, Chief Investment Officer of Bleakley Advisory Group. I’ll introduce him by saying he is as close to on Wall Street as being a brother from a different mother. For me. We’ve gotten to know each other very well over the years. The work that we started to do […]

100 Trillion Zimbabwe Dollars | Reserve Bank Zimbabwe | Zim Dollar 40 Cents

hey guys it’s Nick Giammarino I’m in the middle of a lightning storm right now so I’m doing my best to record this 100 trillion zimbabwe dollars so forgive me if the power goes out so on Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe website okay its pretty old if they really like it runs on dial-up so here’s the news […]

Declining Interest Rates as Central Banks Scramble to Prop Up the Stock Market (w/ David Rosenberg)

ED HARRISON: David Rosenberg, we’re here in your town, Toronto, talking to you about what’s happening, about the calls that you made before. But I want to talk also a little bit about Canada and, looking forward, whether or not it’s the same view. Last time we were talking, I think you were talking about defensives on the […]

When the Central Banks and Their Monetary Policy Aren’t Enough (w/ Christophe Ollari)

CHRISTOPHE OLLARI: I’m Christophe Ollari and I designed a few years ago a global macro, multi-currency, multi-asset research, and this after roughly 20 years of trading in banks and hedge fund. I think that just even before I’m looking at the details of the ECB package, I think what is very important, it’s a year ago, the ECB […]

Trust Disrupted: Bitcoin and the Blockchain trailer

(gentle music) – [Man] I think people have just kind of been brainwashed into believing that when you put a flag in front of a building and wear fancy suits, you turn what would normally be immoral into something moral. – [Man] Bitcoin is powerful today because of what it represents. It represents the idea that money should […]

Bank of Korea keeps key interest rate unchanged at 1.25% in November

we start though is some news just coming in this morning the Bank of Korea has left its benchmark interest rate unchanged at one point two five percent for November this follows the central bank’s decision in October to cut the race for the second time this year the decision was made just moments ago at the be […]

U.S. economy expands modestly from October to mid-November: Fed

In its latest report, the U.S. central bank said the economy has grown modestly from October to November. And on Wednesday, the U.S. Commerce Department also revised *upward its GDP growth rate for the third quarter. Yoon Jung-min reports. The U.S. Federal Reserve says the U.S. local economy has expanded modestly from October to mid-November with a positive […]

S. Korea’s consumer sentiment index up in November on high expectations for economy

South Korea’s consumer sentiment has topped the benchmark 100 for the first time in seven months on expectations for better economic conditions both inside and outside the country according to the Bank of Korea on Wednesday the Consumer Sentiment Index in November climbed two point three points or month to one hundred point nine the central bank pointed […]

The Central Banks’ Monetary Policy Is Backfiring (w/ Simon White)

SIMON WHITE: My name is Simon White. I’m co-founder of Variant Perception which is a macro-economic research company. Our aim is to look for leading economic relationships so that we can find actionable trading ideas. Really what we’re trying to get away from is a Guru approach to economic research so we’re very data driven, and we’re agnostic. […]

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