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Goldman’s Macro Model Did A Decent Job Predicting Volatility In 2019....

A model that predicts realized volatility based on macro inputs was pretty accurate for 2019, Goldman says, in a note dated Friday.

Japan To Roll Out Stimulus Package Totaling 26 Trillion Yen

The fiscal stimulus drumbeat is getting louder. A draft document seen by Bloomberg on Thursday shows the total size...

The Truth About Where Gold Is Heading

Every day hundreds of forecasters, investors and technical analysts tell us where the precious metals sector is headed. We are continually bombarded...

US Federal Reserve considers letting inflation run above target

The Federal Reserve is considering introducing a rule that would let inflation run above its 2 per cent target, a potentially significant shift in...

The Dollar Continues to Flirt with Key Chart Points

The markets continue to seem optimistic.  The strength of the US flash PMI offered a contrast of most high-income regions.  Major the S&P 500...

Huge public, corporate and household debt looks like the ‘new normal’...

In the “new normal” economic world, many beliefs have been turned on their head. Trade wars supposedly do not cause lasting harm, declining corporate...

China Folds: For All Its Bluster, Beijing Does Nothing After Trump...

Just a few hours after Trump called China's bluff on the Hong Kong bill, it appears the US president won the pot.

Sterling rises as YouGov poll shows Conservatives will big majority

The pound strengthened on Thursday after a poll indicated Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party will win the December 12 general election...

The History Of Interest Rates Over 670 Years

Today, we live in a low-interest-rate environment, where the cost of borrowing for governments and institutions is lower than the historical average. It...

Barclays: ‘Our Mini-Bubble Melt-Up Scenario’ Appears To Be Materializing

Back in July, Barclays rankled the bears and delighted those hoping it wasn’t too late to ride the S&P to ever higher highs...