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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  

  • 24Oct

    What Magnificent (For Some) Complications

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (0)
    In July 2014, just as the dollar was beginning to tighten with what seems like an overly sensitive trigger, the US Treasury Dept’s Office of Financial Research published a paper by Zoltan Pozsar that attempted...
  • 23Oct

    Implications of Funding Market Asymmetry

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (1)
    While this morning’s post was more about longer-term implications of “dollar” changes, there are a couple of observations pertinent to the shorter-term that I think need consideration too. For whatever reason, whether it was, like...
    23Oct

    More Dollar Clarity

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (3)
    There would be a lot more use for the Treasury Dept’s TIC flows and holdings data if it was released closer to real time, but even with that evident staleness about it I think there...
  • 22Oct

    Textbook Demolition

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (1)
    The chatter that continues over Japan’s spiral into (further) economic impoverishment is simply astounding since it is taken as “expert” by the media. A credentialed economist will look at some numbers and simply take them...
  • 21Oct

    China’s Malaise Is Born In The USA

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (2)
    First, the China Manufacturing “Flash” PMI had “markets” exhaling relief since an increase from 50.2 to 50.5 meant, Manufacturing Rebound Relieves Growth Concerns. A week later, however, that PMI increase disappeared as the final PMI...
    21Oct

    Significant Stagnation in Surveys

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (1)
    To add another point to my earlier post on price changes and spending/revenue patterns, Gallup’s various economic polls show what I think are exactly the same problems. In the daily spending poll, the amount of...
  • 21Oct

    Less Than Burgers

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (0)
    With all of the credit market fireworks that leaked into stocks, the pace of economic reassurance from “authorities” has been rather steady and a bit more emphatic. Despite the attempts at managing perceptions, there has...
    20Oct

    Back to Sleep

    by Jeffrey P. Snider  Comments (0)
    The reason I have been characterizing the ECB’s actions since this summer as “desperate” is entirely due to the fact they are simply redoing things and expecting everyone to simply assume they are acting anew....