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14th Annual Wall Street Wish List WL
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Caution Is In The Wind FallStreet (Sept 10 - Crisis Averted?)
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Don’t Fight Lawrence Summers
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The Dove Speaketh
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From Free Market Capitalism To Fed Market Favoritism
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Consumer Prices Rise by Most Since 2013 as U.S. Inflation Stirs BL
Wall Street banks see a painful summer for stocks ahead MW
AEP: Bond shortage deepens as US Treasury stops issuing debt Pritchard
The 42-Year History of Saudi Arabia’s Treasuries Holdings BL
U.S. debt dump deepens in 2016 CNN
Central banks are dumping America's debt at a record pace
Make America Gold Again: Calls for Everyone's Favorite Standard Are Back BL
Billionaire Soros Cuts U.S. Stocks by 37%, Buys Gold Miner BL Paulson
University of Michigan to Invest in Gold, Copper Mining Fund BL
Penultimate Preparedness Saut
Investors throw in the towel on stocks MW
History Says A Big Move Is Coming For Stocks Ciovacco
Economy In Pictures: Weakness Continues L. Roberts
The Way Back for Monetary Policy Project Syndicate
IMM Positioning Update: investors net-add USD longs for the first time in 10 weeks Danske
Election Years Are Steeped in Markets’ Least Favorite Thing: Uncertainty Sorkin
Shadow Banks Make Diciest Loans While Wall Street Retains Risk BL
Wall Street’s deals slowdown heightens fears about the markets Yahoo
Deutsche Bank’s Woes May Be “Insurmountable”, Berenberg Says BL
From JC Penney to Macy’s, What’s Behind the Retail Bloodbath? Fiscal Times
Consumers falling out of love with platinum SD
How Epic Fortunes Were Created During the California Gold Rush Priceonomics
China’s debt bubble is getting only more dangerous WP
BlackRock’s Fink Says “We All Have to Worry About China’s Debt” BL
Default Blame Game Shifts as China Regulator Probes Underwriters BL
Money trail shows China sticking to bad habits Reuters
China's Economy Is Past the Point of No Return National Interest
China’s Rolling Boom-Bust Cycle Tenebrarum
There’s more to China’s tumbling metals prices than spooked speculators MW
Shanghai new home sales book 13.9% gain SD
As Brexit vote looms, U.S. banks review their European commitments Reuters
These are the EU countries that would suffer after Brexit, says Fitch MW
Paris and Rome fiddle while France and Italy burn MW
Greek lawmakers to vote on more austerity over weekend AP
IMF wants Greece off bailout loan hook until 2040 MW
Japan: Another Recession Coming? Schwab
Negative rate policy marks 3 months NHK
But the measure has yet to fully achieve its intended goal of stimulating investment and consumption
Abenomics has over-promised and under-delivered Reuters
Chinese investors have spent $300 billion on US property, study finds Reuters
Governments terrified of popping foreign-buyer housing bubble CBC
After the “Battle of the Century” Triple Crisis

“Investors around the world are shocked, shocked that the monetary wizards may have run out of magic tricks to revive global economic growth”
Yardeni

“I hope we can all agree that once-in-a-century emergency measures are no  longer necessary five years into an economic recovery"
Druckenmiller

"Now we are in a completely different world”
Draghi

“There were no fingerprints of an easy money policy in the marketplace”
Greenspan

“There are increasing signs quantitative easing has overstayed its welcome”
Fisher

“We have to turn the page on the bubble-and-bust mentality that created this mess”
Obama

“Nobody understands gold prices and I don’t really pretend to understand them either”
Bernanke

Total World Debt Load at 313% of GDP WSJ

“Central banks gains and losses belong to society”
BIS

“There’s a lot of liquor out there now”
Volcker

“The debt is in dollars. We can’t run out of cash. We print the stuff”
Krugman

“We're on a threshold of a very serious, confrontational actions in the sphere that is known ... as currency wars”
Russian central banker Alexei Ulyukayev

“...if we do not see substantial improvement in the outlook for the labor  market, we will continue the MBS purchase program, undertake additional asset purchases, and employ our policy tools as appropriate until we do.”
Bernanke

“The underlying impact of the international financial crisis is far from over"
Hu

“You cannot expand without limits without horrific consequences. There is no infinity in monetary policy, we know that from the German experience” 
Fisher

“...if we do not see substantial improvement in the outlook for the labor  market, we will continue the MBS purchase program, undertake additional asset purchases, and employ our policy tools as appropriate until we do.”
Bernanke

“The underlying impact of the international financial crisis is far from over"
Hu

“We’re at the risk of overburdening the central banks. We keep applying what I call monetary Ritalin to the system. We all know there’s a risk of over-prescribing.”  
Fisher

'For you ... anything.'

"I don't see total debt liability as long as I live”
Merkel

“We're prepared to do more” 
Bernanke

The reason a bank run is so feared is because it could land every bank in the world in trouble -- even the healthiest ones 
Spiegel

“Civilized people don’t buy gold”
Munger

“In my view, it’s not going to happen. It’s a fantasy. Wall Street keeps dangling QE3 out there [but] I just don’t see it happening.”
Fed Fisher

“We are not seeking higher inflation. We do not want higher inflation and we're not tolerating higher inflation”
Bernanke

“The crisis in Europe is more serious than the crash of 2008.” 
Soros

“Without an agreement with the troika and further funding, Greece in March faces an immediate risk of an uncontrolled default"
Papademos

“There is no economy in the world, whether low-income countries, emerging markets, middle-income countries or super- advanced economies that will be immune to the crisis that we see not only unfolding, but escalating at a point where everybody would actually have to focus on what it can do”
Lagarde

“I simply do not know where the money is, or why the accounts have not been reconciled to date”
Corzine

“We could continue and keep kicking this can down the road, but I think the people of Jefferson County have had enough”
Commissioner Joe Knight

“If you open up the Pandora’s box, then who is willing to invest in sovereign risk?”
Ackermann

"If there isn't a solution by Sunday, everything is going to collapse”

“We can borrow money for 10 years as the government of the United States because people have confidence in this country at less than 2 percent...The responsible path now is to take advantage of the unique position...”
Geithner
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Americans Express Historic Negativity Toward U.S. Government Gallup

SNB: “The SNB will enforce this minimum rate with the utmost determination and is prepared to buy foreign currency in unlimited quantities.”
Hildebrand StatementCentral Bank Chief Faces 'Big Gamble' WSJ

 

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