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Credit Bubble Weekly • Feb 24 2024
February 23, 2024: Overheated

“Periphery and core” and global government finance Bubble analytical frameworks continue to offer a fruitful perspective for better understanding today’s [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Feb 24, 2024
Credit Bubble Weekly • Feb 16 2024
February 16, 2024: Inflationary Biases

It was an illuminating week, especially Tuesday. January’s CPI data confirm that inflation is anything but dead and buried. Headline inflation rose 0.3% for [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Feb 16, 2024
Credit Bubble Weekly • Feb 10 2024
February 9, 2024: Deflation & Inflation

A few headlines: WSJ: “Deflation Tightens Grip on China’s Economy.” FT: “China’s Prices Fall at Fastest Rate in 15 years as Economy Battles [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Feb 10, 2024
Credit Bubble Weekly • Feb 02 2024
February 2, 2024: Fed Embraces “Immaculate Disinflation”

CNBC’s Jeff Cox: “Just kind of looking to put it all together, you talked about basically the economy looking strong, with 3.3% annualized growth in the [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Feb 2, 2024
Credit Bubble Weekly • Jan 27 2024
January 26, 2024: On Fire

Could the backdrop going into next Wednesday’s Powell press conference be any more intriguing? The economy has gained a head of steam since the FOMC’s [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Jan 27, 2024
Credit Bubble Weekly • Jan 20 2024
January 19, 2024: Cold and Hot

Please join Doug Noland and David McAlvany this coming Thursday, January 25th, at 3:00 pm Eastern/ 1:00 pm Mountain Time (one hour earlier than normal) for the [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Jan 20, 2024
Credit Bubble Weekly • Jan 13 2024
January 12, 2024: Pricing Six Cuts (and Counting)

Monetary disorder played prominently throughout 2023, though most acutely with the fourth quarter upside market dislocation. Speculative leverage went to [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Jan 13, 2024
Credit Bubble Weekly • Jan 06 2024
January 5, 2024: Issues 2024

As my thoughts turned this week to “Issues 2024,” my mind returned to the great American economist Hyman Minsky (1919-1996). The dynamic evolution of [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Jan 6, 2024
Credit Bubble Weekly • Dec 30 2023
December 29, 2023: 2023 Year in Review

I’ll be frank. This “Year in Review” piece just lacks the pizzazz of other publications. For example, the New York Times’ “A Look Back at the Top [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Dec 30, 2023
Credit Bubble Weekly • Dec 23 2023
December 22, 2023: Bubble Kings

From an analytical perspective, it’s fascinating how things can turn wild at the end of cycles. While mortgage Credit expanded at double-digit annual rates [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Dec 23, 2023
Credit Bubble Weekly • Dec 16 2023
December 15, 2023: Guard Down, Towel Tossed

History will be the judge. This period will be examined, analyzed, discussed, and debated for at least the next century. My task after a week like this is to [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Dec 16, 2023
Credit Bubble Weekly • Dec 09 2023
December 8, 2023: Repo Madness: Q3 2023 Z.1

Setting the stage for analysis of the Fed’s new Z.1, Q3 was not your typical quarter. For starters, GDP posted a 5.2% growth rate, more than doubling Q2’s [...]

Doug Noland Posted on Dec 9, 2023
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