During the selloff in Dec., the BOJ shed $31 billion. But in Jan., it piled on.
China, Japan, other foreign entities dumped US Treasuries. But someone had to buy. Here’s who. So far, so good.
Central-Bank Stimulus Fail: The longer it drags on, the worse it gets?
Ugly long-term charts that Wall Street doesn’t want us to see. And now US stocks are infected too.
Debt out the wazoo, but someone is still buying it.
Despite repeated speeches to the contrary.
Treasury yield curve survives rate hike upright. Yield curves steepen in China, Japan & Germany. Era of NIRP scheduled to end.
China, Japan, other foreign investors, the Fed, US government funds? Nope.
Bubbles don’t end well for those who don’t get out in time.
How does it compare to German, Japanese, and Chinese yield curves?