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Kevin Flanagan / Fixed Income, U.S. Treasuries 09/30/2019

Markets to the Fed: Go Fund Me

Kevin Flanagan
In an interesting turn of events, the big news in Fixed Income has not been the recent rate cut. Instead, the dislocations that were witnessed in the funding markets, and attendant Fed responses, seemed to take center stage. Kevin Flanagan discusses the N.Y. Fed’s “repo” solution and what to expect long-term.
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Jesper Koll / Japan 09/16/2019

Personality, Progress and Promise in Japanese Leadership

Jesper Koll

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Japan is a forward-looking, pragmatic bastion of stability in an increasingly uncertain world. The recent cabinet reshuffle cements the unique position that Japanese politics and policymaking occupies relative to most other democratically elected governments.

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Kevin Flanagan / Fixed Income, U.S. Treasuries 09/09/2019

Welcome to the Party, Powell?

Kevin Flanagan

The calendar has now turned to September, and that means another FOMC meeting is on tap with the results slated for announcement on September 18th. Based on “Fedspeak” surrounding the recent Jackson Hole conference, it appears as if there is some division among the policy makers on what the next step will be. Kevin Flanagan discusses the possible outcomes.

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