Exit strategy of central banks vs stock market strategy

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“The end game for this bullish phase [on stock markets] needs to be considered well before the event. While the timing is largely guesswork at this stage, the usual causes are not. Bull markets are usually assassinated by tighter monetary policy,” said David Fuller. This post considers the likely timing of an exit strategy of central banks and the implications for stock markets. […]






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Prieur’s readings (August 22, 2009)

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This post provides links to a number of interesting articles I have read over the past few days that you may also enjoy. Please also add the links to any other thought-provoking articles you would like to share to the comments section. […]






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The misunderstanding of “debt-fueled consumption”

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This guest post by economist Rebecca Wilder discusses some myths commonly associated with “debt-fueled consumption”. […]






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The recession’s over – pass it on …

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A picture paints a thousand words … […]






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