Posts Tagged ‘recession’

Notes From Underground: We’re Back?

August 1, 2022

It has been quite an extended period since my last post, but now I’m trying to catch up on some reading and relevant research on all things pertinent to GLOBAL MACRO. Following the FEDERAL RESERVE’S INTEREST RATE DECISION and the POWELL PRESS CONFERENCE, I sat down with Richard Bonugli, Peter Boockvar and Daniel Lacalle. This 66-minute podcast is packed with several pertinent topics, including yield curves, the dollar, Europe and even ESG investments.┬áPlease enjoy and I await your feedback and hopefully disagreements. Only the parochialist in echo chambers pursue validation.

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Notes From Underground: NBER plays TOMMY; BENNY turns on the monetary jets

September 21, 2010

In what must be the results of being rendered deaf and dumb by the credit implosion of the last 36 months, the National Bureau of Economic Research has declared that the recession has ended. It must be great to be an employed economist. In what world do these analysts live and the bigger question is why does it matter what they declare?