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The Central-Bank Trap: the Real Price of Cheap Money

Posted by Daniel Lacalle
June 8, 2017

This piece originally appeared in World Economic Forum At the time of writing, the pace of expansion of the main central banks in the world exceeds $200 billion per month. In fact, in the first four months of 2017, central-bank asset purchases have surpassed the $1 trillion mark, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. […]

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Escape from the Central Bank Trap

Posted by Daniel Lacalle
May 10, 2017

Cheap money becomes very expensive in the long run. In my new book, “Escape from the Central Bank Trap” (Business Expert Press), I explain that central banks are using the same inflationary policies that led us to the financial crisis. However, this time, these policies put us at an even greater risk. The monster bubble […]

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Why Inflation Is Not Helping European Stocks

Posted by Daniel Lacalle
April 11, 2017

The Euro zone CPI data continues to show the rising trend we commented here (read). In January inflation rose by 1.8% year-on-year, the highest reading since February 2013. However, while inflation expectations rise, markets remain stale. The stock market is not showing any boost from this reflation trend. Why? Inflation is up mainly due to energy’s positive […]

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The End Of Currency Wars?

Posted by Daniel Lacalle
March 20, 2017

This piece originally appeared in Hedgeye “From its creation in 1913, the most important Fed mandate has been to maintain the purchasing power of the dollar; however, since 1913 the dollar has lost over 95 percent of its value” -James Rickards One of the least talked about proposals of the future Trump administration is the one […]

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