Obv. The markets & the underlying economy are two different beasts but everything is pointing to Stagflation surely – Increased prices across the board is slowing demand. I just don’t see how the Fed maintaining or ramping up liquidity is going to help in any way.
— NeilBFormy (@b_formy) June 4, 2021
Weekly US dollar #chart. The dollar is trying to hold on to the $90 level as the downward momentum wanes. Should the USD break, the dam of even higher stagflation & interest rates will break. Scary for the FED as we go into a 70's redux. The walls are closing in. pic.twitter.com/Nf5fFn4gHO
— TSStewart (@TSStewart2) June 5, 2021
Obama type stagflation, this is because Fed money is not going back into biz but into redistribution schemes. Gonna be interesting times. t.co/FB3TIibuyl
— Adam Townsend (@adamscrabble) June 1, 2021
Inflation is back, but it may be stagflation. t.co/KEMSTsMXcS
— Money & Markets (@TheMoneyMarkets) June 1, 2021
The #jobsreport shows #fed may need to pivot soon on #inflation #BOND buying $SPY or risk 70s style #stagflation for the next -decade t.co/igDTuXZs08
— Celestine Chukumba Ph.D. | Econometrician (@celestichukumba) June 4, 2021
Janet Yellen said that if the Fed accommodating Joe Biden's deficit spending results in higher #inflation and slightly higher interests it will be a plus for society and the Fed. Higher interest rates will produce a financial crisis. Higher inflation will produce a dollar crisis.
— Peter Schiff (@PeterSchiff) June 7, 2021