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News and Media

  • Chief investment strategist Jeffrey Snider guests on the Santelli Exchange
  • Chief investment strategist Jeffrey Snider guests on CNBC’s Street Signs
  • Chief investment strategist Jeffrey Snider guests on the Santelli Exchange
  • Ceo Joseph Y Calhoun guests on the Kudlow Report

Blog  

  • 27Jan

    Was Credit Right?

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (1)
    There may be something to December after all. It was credit markets that shifted downward (bearish yield curves and credit spreads) dramatically around the end of November and the first few days of December. Given...
  • 26Jan

    Shifting Foundation of Junk

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (1)
    The energy sector may account for a good proportion of risky credit, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that all negative price action in high yield and junk is entirely energy. While certain markets have regained...
    26Jan

    When 2 Years Doesn’t Mean 2 Years

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (0)
    Japan has faded from the front page, but the economic disaster continues to bother. The Bank of Japan has been forced back from its first target “against” the “deflationary mindset” that launched QQE back in...
  • 25Jan

    The Deflation Threat

    by Joseph Y. Calhoun  Comments (3)
    There’s been a lot of talk recently about deflation – no I’m not talking about the New England Patriots – so maybe it’s a good time to talk about what it really is and why...
  • 23Jan

    Corporatism Speaks

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (3)
    There hasn’t been much of Treasury Secretary Jack Lew around the mainstream newsfeed in a long time, maybe even going back to his confirmation. However, he caused a lit bit of wrinkle by proclaiming his...
    23Jan

    Bouncing Rubble

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (6)
    The Keynesian revival that is currently underway in the backrooms and hallways of assorted world governments is being somewhat replicated in Europe this week. It is all predicated on the position that all previous forms...
  • 23Jan

    A Difference Between Krone and Franc

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (0)
    Recognizing the danger of being understated, Swiss markets are a disaster. The overnight rate at -4% handily beats out the periodic specialness in US$ repo which settles at the penalty rate of “only” -3%. The...
    23Jan

    Existing Home Sales Look Like Apartments

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (0)
    Existing home sales rebounded in December from a pretty ugly (and downwardly revised) November, but only slightly. That would seem to suggest that there are more lingering problems as the real estate market tries to...