The entire central bank cabal literally can’t go a day without intervention or threatening to intervene and jawbone and give speeches to do the same.
This is how fragile the foundation of this monetary bubble is.
— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) March 11, 2021
There's always intervention somewhere:t.co/DXv5YFRbKT
— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) March 9, 2021
Brazil inflation tops 5% in February for the first time in 4 years, higher than expected and almost certainly setting seal on rate hike next week. Only question now may be whether it is 50 bps or 75 bps. pic.twitter.com/kFA1QtUVVv
— Jamie McGeever (@ReutersJamie) March 11, 2021
Lagarde surprises bond and equity markets with stepped up purchases of of bonds. The 10-year bunds drop to –0.36% yield. Wait a darn minute. How do you call that a yield? How do you call those markets? Call me silly but I think they're rigged! No. Really. Rigged I tell ya. pic.twitter.com/wyMvMiI6Sc
— Dave Collum (@DavidBCollum) March 11, 2021
The Fed follows, and never leads, the market for rates changes.
Fear isn’t a factor in rates decisions.
— New Low Observer (@NewLowObserver) March 10, 2021
ECB. You know you live in a bubble when the central bank calls this a "bond rout" and "soaring yields" pic.twitter.com/l0wU9TDU1t
— Daniel Lacalle (@dlacalle_IA) March 11, 2021
— jeroen blokland (@jsblokland) March 11, 2021
German 10y Bund yields plunge as ECB upping pace of PEPP purchases. pic.twitter.com/TD4WMIslVS
— Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) March 11, 2021
Inflation is a very interesting topic now🤔 pic.twitter.com/4tvnoCkCn9
— Win Smart, CFA (@WinfieldSmart) March 11, 2021