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Operation Twist

Today the Fed announced a new measure called operation twist. The idea behind this move is that they will be selling about 400 billion dollars in short maturity bonds (3 years or less) and will use the proceeds to buy … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Interest Rates

Here are some thoughts on the S&P debt downgrade as well as a discussion of interest rates. Firstly, I don’t think that interest rates are going to be that affected at least soon. If you are an investor, it is … Continue reading

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The New Central Bankers Dilemma

When I penned the song Central Bankers Dilemma in the summer of 2008, I was writing about the dilemma a central banker faces during a period of stagflation. When a central banker raises interest rates he constrains growth and when … Continue reading

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Talk with David Rosenberg

I recently had the pleasure of talking with David Rosenberg, chief economist at Gluskin and Sheff and we talked about some of his impressions on the economics behind several of the songs on Recession Sessions . Greenspan’s Defense Rosenberg is … Continue reading

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