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The Fed is reacting to slowing global growth, not asset markets

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Note: this post is going out via Patreon and Credit Writedowns. So, you may get duplicate emails. I am just doing this to alert anyone that is only getting emails on one platform to ping me at [email protected], so I can fix that. ----------------------------- I let Marc Chandler stand in for me on the Fed statement last week. But now that the Fed has rescinded its 2019 rate hike guidance, there's been a lot of chatter about a so-called Fed Put. The prevailing narrative is that Jerome P...

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Note: this post is going out via Patreon and Credit Writedowns. So, you may get duplicate emails. I am just doing this to alert anyone that is only getting emails on one platform to ping me at [email protected], so I can fix that.

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I let Marc Chandler stand in for me on the Fed statement last week. But now that the Fed has rescinded its 2019 rate hike guidance, there's been a lot of chatter about a so-called Fed Put. The prevailing narrative is that Jerome P...

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