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Global Central Banks At The Crossroads | Blue Line Futures Macro Corner Episode 3

Posted: June 20, 2022, 1:51 p.m.


Are the Fed and central banks globally in a position to pull the liquidity rug from financial assets? In today's podcast, recorded on 6/20/2022, Paul Wankmueller, CMT and Jannis Meindl discuss the monetary environment. Alongside today's episode, you can access our free Macro Corner Chart Booklet covering a wealth of data here: Macro Corner Chart Booklet, Episode 3

The booklet comes in addition to Jannis Meindl's weekly macro article Top Things to Watch you can access here: Central Banks At The Crossroads Top Things to Watch this Week

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Timecodes: 

0:00 - Disclosure 

0:18 - Introduction 

2:45 - M2 & Fed Balance Sheet 

5:30 - High Yield Credit 

7:55 - Fed Funds Futures Indicated Yield 

9:11 - Business Sentiment (NFIB) 

11:49 - Freight Rates Cooling Off 

14:26 - European Government Bond Yields 

15:48 - Credit Default Swaps in Europe 

16:03 - Credit Default Swaps in Europe History 

17:05 - Recap 

17:53 - Disclosure 



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