quantitative easing

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D&D Note (5.26.2022) ~ Markets Rally On Strong Retail Earnings ~ #stockmarket

D&D Note (5.26.2022) ~ Markets Rally On Strong Retail Earnings ~ Investors sighed a bit of relief after a spout of recent Retail Earnings beating on earnings. Many were worried about the American consumer after the disappointing Target and Walmart earnings. Last night Williams Sonoma reported and smashed same store sales boosting the stock 15% … Continue reading

D&D Note (9-14-2012) ~ FED Delivers The Sugar, iPhone 5 Sells Out, Stocks At Multi-Year Highs

D&D Note (9-14-2012) The FED yesterday delivered the next round of sugar for the markets. The new program will see $40 Billion of mortgage-backed bonds each month with an unlimited amount of months. They also extended short-term interest rates until mid-2015. Also included was an extension of Operation Twist. All together the FED’s balance sheet … Continue reading

D&D Note (8-7-2012) ~ Major Rotation Into Cyclicals Fuels Rally

D&D Note (8-7-2012) The stock market rally continued today after stronger jobs number on Friday and hopes that the ECB will buy Spanish and Italian government debt. Boston FED President Eric Rosengren called for “more substantive action than we’ve taken to date.” Meaning a more open-ended monetary policy of bond purchasing – or commonly known … Continue reading