Robert Sanborn, portfolio manager at Sanborn Kilcollin Partners, is critical of policymakers propping up markets with stimulus spending and low interest rates
While foreign hedge funds have been driving down the value of the yen, now Japan insurers may strengthen the trend
US inflation markets have been through some major events in 2012, including the launch of open-ended quantitative easing and knock-on effects from the forced unwind of Greek asset swaps. Against a backdrop...
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A big short position in 30-year Treasury inflation protected securities backfired at the end of June. Traders say the strategy – driven by the end of the second round of quantitative easing – made some sense, but the size of the bet didn’t. Mark...
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Nomura chief economist Richard Koo warns the US and European economies face double-dip recession and a prolonged period of economic stagnation if stimulus is cut too soon.
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Hedge funds seeking protection against deflation and dealer hedging of residual short floor positions are cited as the reasons for a rise in prices on euro zero-coupon inflation options.
It might seem premature to start worrying about inflation, but that's exactly what some market participants are doing, even as the world languishes in a deflationary slough of despond. As our columnist John Wraith notes (see p.10), it is not clear how...
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