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Asian currencies vs. Yuan, rebased at 100 on 31.12.2013
The author (Charles Gave) notes, ten years after the 2008 crisis, a convergence of Asian currencies towards the Yuan, similar to the fluctuation band pattern before the introduction of the Euro.
Institut des Libertés, "Guerre Commerciale Chine/ Etats-Unis" , Charles Gave

...on QQE and Yield Curve Control.
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Bank of Japan, Statement on Monetary Policy, September 21, 2017

The SNB running amok !
60 years after Orson Welles' famous quote on Switzerland and the cuckoo clock, the Swiss National Bank might just be re-writing history with a creation of its very own: the "all you can eat" EUR pegg !


Is the Juggernaut Losing Steam?
What happens when a central bank becomes insolvent.
Mao Money, Mao Problems, August 2012 , Matt Dale

The Gold Standard of the 1930s and the Euro today
The longer the country remained on the Gold Standard the longer it took for the economy to restore their pre-1929 levels of activity.
Deutsche Bank, Investments Office , June 2012

The Fed’s Dual Mandate Responsibilities: Maintaining Credibility during a Time of Immense Economic Challenges
Rather than fighting the inflation ghosts of the 1970s, I am more worried about repeating the mistakes of the 1930s.
Chicago Fed , Speech delivered by President Charles L. Evans, October 2011

Quantitative Easing and US Equity
Causation or Correlation?
Morgan Stanley, February 2012

QE Coming of Age
"...central banks have, through expanding their own balance sheets, in effect liquefied the private sector’s balance sheet and taken the unwanted assets off it."
Morgan Stanley, The Global Monetary Analyst, February 1, 2012 , Spyros Andreopoulos

A Visual History of the Federal Reserve System, 1914 -2009
The Visual History of the Federal Reserve System, 1914-2010 portrays the Fed's balance sheet from founding to the present, as well as interest rates, reserve requirements, recessions, chairmen, US presidents, major events, and more. This is the first time this data has ever been compiled and portrayed in a single graphical display.
Financial Graph & Art , John Paul Koning


 

Themes

 

Asia

Bonds

Bubbles and Crashes

Business Cycles
Central Banks

China

Commodities
Contrarian

Corporates

Creative Destruction
Credit Crunch

Currencies

Current Account

Deflation
Depression 

Equity
Europe
Financial Crisis
Fiscal Policy

Germany

Gloom and Doom
Gold

Government Debt

Historical Patterns

Household Debt
Inflation

Interest Rates

Japan

Market Timing

Misperceptions

Monetary Policy
Oil
Panics
Permabears
PIIGS
Predictions

Productivity
Real Estate

Seasonality

Sovereign Bonds
Systemic Risk

Switzerland

Tail Risk

Technology

Tipping Point
Trade Balance

U.S.A.
Uncertainty

Valuations

Yield