US Senate to Greenlight a Credit Boom



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US Senate to Greenlight a Credit Boom

We start the week on a bullish note.
Apparently US stocks saw a record inflow of US$43 billion last week, according to data cited in the Financial Times.
That’s more than the amount that ploughed into the market after the election of Donald Trump.
Can the momentum hold?
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The Fed’s Dilemma: No Good Choices

Despite the absence of any empirical support, Fed governors and staff economics persist in their reliance on the Phillips curve, which predicts that low unemployment leads to rising inflation. US unemployment at around 4% is in fact at 17-year lows.
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Why Only China Can Save the Aussie Dollar

One of the biggest changes to the Australian market is set to take place. And chances are you probably don’t know much about it.
On Wednesday the US Federal Reserve Bank begins its two-day monetary policy meeting.
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The Biggest Deal in History Happening Now

Most of the financial world right now is paying attention to the US Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate deliberations.
I urge you not to follow them. The far more important event taking place is the Saudi Prince’s current visit to the United States.
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