I expect the Japanese yen to implode in 2024.
Macroeconomics: Global Central Banks News & Highlights
Do we need central banks? A babysitting co-operative in the 1970s shows us why we might need them, and why we might not.
We stand at a precarious point where the interplay of high interest rates, towering debts, and the fragility of household finances create a challenge for the global economy.
Don’t forget, the reason for the Fed’s likely pause is because of a slowing economy.
Now that a short squeeze is under way, the S&P 500 could rally for weeks.
The risks posed by an imploding CRE market have been known for quite some time. But, while Wall Street still remains elevated, most have chosen to ignore the dangers hiding in plain sight. Are we witnessing the sequel to The Big Short? I think so…