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Why ECB QE Will Drive European Stock Markets …

Posted February 4, 2015

The European Central Bank has announced a massive Quantitative Easing program that is very likely to push European stock prices significantly higher. The new Macro Watch video, ECB QE, explains

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Recession Alert: Weak Credit Growth Points T…

Posted January 17, 2015

The key to understanding the economy and the financial markets in the 21st Century is this: Credit growth drives economic growth. From 1952 to 2008, every time credit (adjusted for

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If Interest Rates Rise, Wealth Will Fall

Posted January 3, 2015

There is a broad consensus among financial market participants that interest rates will rise in 2015. If they do, the stock market and the economy are likely to suffer a

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How Capital Grows

Posted December 27, 2014

Over the past 250 years, the growth of Capital has completely transformed the world. The next time you fly, look out the window. Most of the cities, highways, canals and

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CAPITAL: A Crash Course

Posted December 6, 2014

It’s impossible to understand Capitalism without understanding Capital. In the new Macro Watch video, uploaded today, we look at Capital and the Capital Structure of the United States. Capital generates

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Japan’s Crisis & The BOJ’s Solution

Posted November 24, 2014

In the latest Macro Watch video (uploaded today) we look at Japan and the very serious challenges it faces. These include a demographic crisis, a sharp deterioration in its trade

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The McAlvany Interview: QE 4? “They’ll h…

Posted November 22, 2014

The McAlvany Weekly Commentary is simply one of the very best sources of information and analysis on monetary, economic and geo-political news available to the public today. Recently, David McAlvany

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FX Reserve Accumulation Is Quantitative Easin…

Posted November 10, 2014

The accumulation of Foreign Exchange Reserves has a profound impact on global asset prices – just as Quantitative Easing does. That makes Foreign Exchange Reserves (which now amount to $12

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Analyzing The Five Largest Central Banks

Posted October 28, 2014

The latest Macro Watch video (uploaded today) analyzes the strategies and compares the balance sheets of the world’s five largest central banks: The People’s Bank of China, The Federal Reserve,

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Bullard’s Call To Extend QE Halts Market Pa…

Posted October 17, 2014

Yesterday morning, St Louis Fed President James Bullard stopped the stock market crash in its tracks. In a live interview on Bloomberg Television, he said: “…I think a reasonable response

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