central banks

A research team argues It's not central banks, but rather global demographics, that will dictate interest rates.
Which is why the market isn't falling.
As inflation slows down, members debate significance of lower unemployment.
The negative bias has probably dissuaded some from embracing the market.
Mario Draghi's Jackson Hole speech is likely to be as dovish as usual. Here's why.
Fed policy and the supply/demand picture will help it rise.
All the worries about low rates are still with us. The opportunities were myriad because of them.
A bubble in corporate bond prices and equities has heightened financial instability.
Gold's safe-haven qualities are once again on display.
Sanctions by the U.S. are pushing other countries to find alternative currencies for trade.

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we like this chart here, it appears ready to move higher. BOUGHT BZUN OCT 35 CALL AT 3.40
Large-cap, high-quality McKesson (MCK) is too cheap now, at $147.51 or so. The stock hit $243.60 more than 2.5...


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