Blog/Central Banks

Central Bankers on Their Knees Pleading with Politicians

Our confidential sources are reporting that the Fed, ECB, and BoJ have agreed to lobby politicians in an attempt to warn them that they cannot continue propping up [...]

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Rise in the Euro – Interesting Times Ahead

QUESTION: Was not this move you have been talking about to happen right after the EP elections? What has changed? “While everyone will focus on interest rates, at [...]

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The Central Banks are Trapped – the End of Economics as we have Known it

Draghi has come out and said that is inflation will not pick up, he will do even more Quantitative Easing. I warned that the central banks, particularly the ECB, [...]

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The Drastic Alteration of QE that is About to be Unleashed

QUESTION #1: Sir, You stated in your blog that Fed may fix 2 and 10 year bond rates. Doesn’t this negate the yield curve concept/ credit theory? Won’t this [...]

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QE & Its Failure

QUESTION: Dear Martin, During WEC in Rome I came to understand that the issue with QE is that it did not create any inflation in the USA. On the other hand, as you [...]

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Moving from QE to Just Monetizing Government

QUESTION: Mr, Armstrong; Why the push for lower interest rates again in developed markets? You have stated the QE has been a total failure. Are they incapable of [...]

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The End of Keynesian-Monetarist Theory

QUESTION: Thank you for your great work. I have read this article where Kudlow says: White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow predicted that it is possible the [...]

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What Will the Fed do in a Contagion?

QUESTION: I have been following your blog for a number of years, public and private. I read the blog concerning “European Politics.” In it you state [...]

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The Great Unknown – The Bond Contagion

We are facing a very interesting financial crisis that has never before been witnessed because this is how the Socialist Utopian Society will crash and burn. We are [...]

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Bank of Japan & the Bond Crisis

BoJ Statement 4-24-2019 The Great Financial Unknown is now upon us. After 10 years of Quantitative Easing, the European Central Bank (ECB) in Europe owns 40% of the [...]

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