Liquidity Trap

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SeekingAlpha  Mar 24  Comment 
By Cullen Roche: Paul Krugman discusses the origins of the term "liquidity trap" this weekend noting that he didn't invent the term. This is interesting to me as I read Thomas Piketty's Capital because I've found myself going back to the General...
The Economist  Nov 26  Comment 
The White House Council of Economic Advisers last week released a long and thorough study on the recent slowdown in the growth of health care spending. Americans have been so worried about runaway health costs for so long that this deceleration...
Clusterstock  Aug 4  Comment 
Paul McCulley and Zoltan Pozsar: Does Central Bank Independence Frustrate the Optimal Fiscal-Monetary Policy Mix in a Liquidity Trap?: "[T]he role of an independent central bank is different in inflationary and deflationary environments. In the...
Wall Street Journal  Mar 14  Comment 
Despite rallying equities, retail investors are still pouring cash into bonds. But if sentiment turns, investors could be in for a nasty surprise.
Euromoney  Oct 2  Comment 
The liquidity-starved corporate bond market desperately needs to find a post-regulation equilibrium. Banks just can’t commit capital to market-making. So the smarter investors are looking at ways of delivering it themselves.
Financial Times  Sep 10  Comment 
The more the Fed drags down interest rates, the more attractive cash becomes, leading to a portfolio rebalancing that resembles a liquidity trap
Learn Mining News  May 28  Comment 
A "liquidity trap" is an important concept for those wishing to understand monetary policy and how it relates to interest rates and the Fed. It's especially important to understand if we're looking to see why interest rates can be so low and why...
Reuters  Mar 30  Comment 
The cross-listing of major emerging market equity indexes is set to be unveiled with great fanfare on Friday, but in reality will likely run into the same chicken-and-egg problem that has derailed similar efforts: liquidity.
Financial Times  Jan 24  Comment 
If yields begin to rise to a more normal level, capital losses could be very large, says Gavyn Davies




 
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