Central Bank of Argentina

Investor Bottom-Fishing

May 13, 2022

Within bear markets, brief interruptions happen typically as investors pause to take in the carnage and test markets to see if perhaps enough has been lost to secure a trend reversal. Today’s been one such instance. Share prices rose in Pacific Basin markets by 2.7% in Hong Kong, 2.6% in Japan, 2.1% in South Korea, […] More

Amid Rising Inflation, Some Central Banks React and Others Do Not

April 14, 2022

The weighted DXY dollar index slid 0.3% so far today and is 0.9% below its year-to-date high hit in intraday trading yesterday. Losses of 0.2-0.3% today have occurred against the euro, yen, kiwi, loonie and sterling, while marginal upticks have occurred versus the Swiss franc and Australian dollar. Stock markets closed up 1.2% in Japan […] More

Financial Markets Bracing for More Aggressive Interest Rate Hikes by Fed and Other Central Banks

March 23, 2022

Investors increasingly are in an Armageddon state of mind. The question being considered is “what if,” and it is being applied in several directions. What happens if Putin resorts launches crippling cyber attacks on infrastructure systems in the United States and its allies, or resorts to weapons of mass destruction, whether chemical, biological or nuclear? […] More

Bracing for Hurricane Florence, Higher Tariffs, More Fed Restraint and Ultimately Inflation

September 12, 2018

The Carolinas are expected to be slammed by a storm of historical proportions with 100+ MPH winds, a huge storm surge, and Harvey-like rainfall. Landfall is predicted late Thursday/early Friday. President Trump has hinted that a colossal new round of tariffs may be announced this week. The Federal Open Market Committee’s next policy meeting is […] More

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