Why the Fed Stopped Lowering Short-term Rates

The Repo Crisis is only Part II of this Mother of All Financial Crises. Where Quantitative Easing was buying in long-term debt to try to lower long-term interest rates and stimulate the economy, the Repo Crisis is entirely different for its objective is to prevent short-term rates from rising. The Fed did not lower rates today and hinted that rates would remain unchanged into 2020 BECAUSE the pressure is rising for short-term rates to rise. This is confirming that all central banks have LOST control of short-term rates.

We face something that has NEVER before been witnessed in economic history. I have written this report which will include an update next year because this is a critical issue that will dictate the fate of everything else. This is the Index to the Report

Latest Posts

War & the ECM

QUESTION: You have been the only analyst who has been correct that there would be no recession that just about everyone had forecast for the last two years. A friend [...]
Read more

The Dismantling of the Nuclear Family

Nations like Canada and the United States have deemed terms like “mother” or “father” offensive. Canada began demonizing the nuclear family structure in 2018, when Service Canada urged public employees [...]
Read more

Market Talk – February 28, 2024

ASIA:   The major Asian stock markets had a mixed day today: NIKKEI 225 decreased 31.49 points or -0.08% to 39,208.03 Shanghai decreased 57.63 points or -1.91% to 2,957.85 Hang [...]
Read more