Do you think we’ll officially be in a global recession in 2-3 months time?

There has always been the assumption that the Fed will be there to backstop any losses. They have done this through buying toxic assets and bonds. This doesn’t resolve any issue whatsoever, but it gives the markets reassurance that the financial system can persist while the crisis simply continues. Make it known: The Financial Crisis never ended. This may be considered Part 2 but it’s simply a continuation. The weakness is apparent because the central bankers bought everything they were able to. This time however, they’ll go one big step further.

Markets: Indexes, Bonds, Forex, Key Commodities, ETFs

US jobs report February 2020: nonfarm payrolls up 273,000; unemployment 3.5%

Kudlow: Long term investors should think ‘about buying these dips’

The market now sees the Fed cutting by 75 basis points in March

30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Average in the United States (MORTGAGE30US) | FRED | St. Louis Fed

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Assets: Total Assets: Total Assets (Less Eliminations From Consolidation): Wednesday Level (WALCL) | FRED | St. Louis Fed

Assets: Securities Held Outright: U.S. Treasury Securities: All: Wednesday Level (TREAST) | FRED | St. Louis Fed

Assets: Securities Held Outright: Mortgage-Backed Securities: Wednesday Level (WSHOMCB) | FRED | St. Louis Fed

Six takeaways from Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren’s March 6 remarks at the conference “Current Monetary Policy: The Influence of Marvin Goodfriend” – Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

U.S. Yields Hurtle Toward Zero With Thin Market Stunning Traders

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