World Interest-Rates Outlook
Interest Rate Differentials Increasing Financial Market Leverage To Unsustainable Levels - ValueWalk
Published: Sun, 26 Feb 2017 01:07:00 GMT
Interest Rate Differentials Increasing Financial Market Leverage To Unsustainable Levels
Central Banks need a coordinated response to figure how they get out of this Developed World interest rate differential problem that risks blowing up the entire Global Financial System because of poor incentives in regards to promoting excessive ...
Published: Sun, 26 Feb 2017 03:11:54 GMT
The developed world is struggling with a debt mess
Anyway, I talked about how deeply in debt we are here and in the balance of the developed world and, with interest rates at 5,000-year lows, there is no way that bonds can repeat what they have done over the last 35 years. Just a “just is” thing, so ...
Real World Economics: Rising interest rates, bigger federal deficits a déjà vu of 1980s - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Published: Sun, 29 Jan 2017 02:39:28 GMT
Real World Economics: Rising interest rates, bigger federal deficits a déjà vu of 1980s
You cannot change a country's tax rates, government spending and interest rates without also changing the exchange value of that country's currency. Educated people in smaller or poorer countries understand that, but many in our own nation do not, in ...
Published: Tue, 21 Feb 2017 18:15:14 GMT
Fed's Williams Says Historically Low Interest Rates Will Persist
Writing in the bank's latest economic letter, Williams argued that a decline in the long-run economic growth rate of the U.S. and other rich nations has depressed business investment, and with it, interest rates. A low-rate world is “likely to be very ...
Next interest rate increase could come fairly soon
Fed's Williams sees more financial stability risk with low rates
Fed flags interest rate rise 'fairly soon'
A vastly changed world means consumers won't react the same to higher interest rates - The Conversation AU
Published: Tue, 07 Feb 2017 03:37:49 GMT
The Conversation AU
A vastly changed world means consumers won't react the same to higher interest rates
The Conversation AU
Such low rates create economic uncertainty – and if Australia's historical GDP growth is anything to go by, consumers face more uncertainty than the bottoming out of interest rates would usually suggest. This is because high house prices lead home ...
Published: Thu, 23 Feb 2017 22:15:30 GMT
The Globe and Mail
Larry Berman: Why interest rates won't likely rise much
The Globe and Mail
The International Monetary Fund's world GDP calculation has been falling on average over the past few decades while use of debt has been accelerating, largely due to 36 years of declining interest rates, to offset the natural slowing in birth rates and ...
Published: Wed, 22 Feb 2017 23:51:42 GMT
Brazil's central bank cuts benchmark rate to 12.25%
The reduction of interest rates in Brazil, which are among the highest in the world for a major economy, are seen as essential if Latin America's largest country is to recover from its worst recession in over a century. The central bank began easing ...
Brazil holds rate cut pace, signals bigger moves ahead
Published: Thu, 23 Feb 2017 16:05:42 GMT
The Times (subscription)
Negative interest rates make people behave in weird and wonderful ways
Swedes face one the world's highest tax rates. And apparently, they want to pay even more than they owe. Last year, Sweden's budget surplus totaled 85 billion kronor ($9.5 billion), around half of which came from people and companies overpaying tax, ...
Stop paying us so much tax, begs Sweden
Published: Wed, 22 Feb 2017 01:51:15 GMT
Reserve Bank interest rate moves limited by high debt, rising house prices
"We should welcome a gradual rise of interest rates in the world, because it would mean that the acute appetite to save would be diminishing but, more importantly, that the return to underlying capital formation [business investment] is higher and ...
RBA's Philip Lowe warns of 'sobering combination' of high debt, weak wages
Published: Thu, 23 Feb 2017 19:55:00 GMT
CME Group (CME) Says Interest Rate Contracts Shatter Records
CME Group (Nasdaq: CME) the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, today announced that its Fed Fund futures contracts reached an ...
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