Money/currency markets

'Painfully Slow Capitulation': Why Investors Keep Getting Inflation Wrong

‘Painfully Slow Capitulation’: Why Investors Keep Getting Inflation Wrong

A brutal third quarter in financial markets ended on Friday and one thing is crystal clear: inflation is the most important factor driving asset valuations right now and yet few, if any, are able to accurately predict where it is likely to go. . The reason? Professional forecasters, policymakers and traders all continue to dismiss …

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Falling stocks and bonds jeopardize technology, the dollar and private equity

Falling stocks and bonds jeopardize technology, the dollar and private equity

Text size Japan had to step in to support the decline of the yen for the first time since 1998, even as it tries to keep interest rates low. Akio Ko/Bloomberg The world has been addicted to cheap money for years. Now we see what the withdrawal looks like. The lifting of interest rates from …

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The Crypto Correction Shows the Market is Working

The Crypto Correction Shows the Market is Working

Text size Crypto regulation must address the real issues of money laundering, sanction evasion, terrorist financing and other criminal behavior, as well as the implications of this new technology for the traditional monopoly of nation states on monetary policy. The time of dreams About the authors: JAmil N. Jaffer is the founder and executive director …

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