Monetization

Monetization

Obama Explains Why The Presidential Race Is Such A "Nail-Biter"

The President of "the most transparent administration ever" is shocked at how close the election has become. Having seemed to be try to shame the black community into voting for Hillary (calling it a "personal insult"), CNN reports that President Obama has found another scapegoat  - blaming "misinformation" from right-wing websites for the "nail-biter."

"You Will Be Poor"

How much of your wealth does the government want? How much do you have?

What Wall Street Expects From The ECB, And How Will The Market React

With the ECB running dangerously low on bonds to monetize even as its QE program has failed to spur inflation, Mario Draghi may have no choice but to unveil drastic changes to the central bank's QE programm tomorrow. Here are the options available to the central banker, and some ideas of how markets may react.

For The First Time, Two European Non-Financial Companies Will Be Paid To Issue Debt

Today was another historic day in the monetary twilight zone that is Europe, when two large European, non-financial companies were the first in history to be paid by investors to borrow, courtesy of the ECB's corporate debt monetization program, which has unleashed an unprecedented scramble for frontrunning the central bank's purchases of corporate debt and a historic collapse in bond spreads.

"No Reason" Why ECB Shouldn't Buy Stocks: Peterson Institute

"I don’t see a reason [for the ECB not to buy stocks]" said Joseph Gagnon, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. "It isn’t obvious to me why a central bank wouldn’t always want a diversified portfolio, including equities."

How Silicon Valley Follows The Money

Wall Street and Silicon Valley are two of the key strategic hubs of hyperpower global domination. The others are the industrial-military-surveillance-security complex – of which Hollywood and corporate media are the soft power extensions – and the petrodollar racket/tributary system.

Reuters Floats Disturbing Trial Balloon: "The ECB May Be Forced To Buy Stocks"

On the verge of running out of bond to monetize, the ECB has engaged in something fed had expected: it is buying bonds from itself. But according to a troubling Reuters "trial balloon" that may be just the beginning: as Reuters writes, the "ECB may soon be forced to follow the Bank of Japan's example and buy equities as part of any expanded stimulus programme."

"I Am Frustrated And Down" - Abe Advisor Admits That Abenomics May Fail

One day after Koichi Hamada, one of Shinzo Abe's inner circle of economic advisors, suggested that the BOJ should monetize foreign bonds, admitted that "I’ve studied economics for more than 50 years and I’ve believed that what works in the world mostly works in Japan as well," Hamada said at a seminar in Tokyo, later admitting that "in the past six months, I’m starting to see there is potential that Abenomics may not work well."