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Monetary Policy Pushback - July 30, 2019

Ruchir Sharma, Chief Global Strategist at Morgan Stanley reminds us that central banks can’t dictate where the money they print goes, and warns that easy money could set the stage for a market collapse. D.L. Thornton, ex-Vice President of the St. Louis Fed argues that low rates have failed to spur economic growth and have harmed sectors of the population

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Central Bank Scorecard - June 18, 2019

Leika Kihara chronicles the path of Haruhiko Kuroda and finds that the monetary experiments implemented by the BoJ has failed. Also, Eric Sims and Jing Cynthia Wu develop a model that draws conclusions from unconventional monetary policy tools.

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BoJ Personnel and Regional Fed Numbers - February 20, 2018

With Kuroda an assumed shoo-in for selection for a second term, two new deputy governors look likely to be nominated, both of whom are considered to be doves and expected to not rock the boat. Philadelphia and Empire Fed Manufacturing numbers differed in a number of categories, but were united by strong prices paid, and positive expectations for capex and business plans.

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