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Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

One of the most poignant (and painful to some) lessons of the past decade - especially to contrarian, bearish investors such as Odey and Horseman - is that the Fed can keep print money far longer than any short can remain solvent.

Article Image News Link • Global, By Ted Dabrowski

Illinois has announced $2 billion more in additional borrowing from the Federal Reserve Bank's Municipal Liquidity Facility (MLF). Gov. J.B. Pritzker has informed the Fed of the state's intention to borrow the funds before the facility expires at

Article Image News Link • Global, By Philip Marey

Increasing speculation about possible further monetary policy measures by the Fed is holding down US treasury yields. Despite the improving outlook for Covid-19 vaccines the virus is resurging and we still have to bridge the period until vaccination

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Earlier today we said that with the collapse of "Blue Wave" hopes, and with them expectations of a massive fiscal stimulus (made even less likely now that Nancy Pelosi is facing a growing rebellion within the Democratic party), the Fed is now the onl

Article Image News Link • Global, Tyler Durden

In the most dramatic admission yet that the Fed is aware that it is directly responsible for the record wealth gap tearing apart US society even as it virtue signals each and every day about reducing income and race inequality and blames racism for i

Article Image News Link • Global, by Ted Dabrowski

Illinois is set to borrow several billion from the Federal Reserve's Municipal Liquidity Fund (MLF) for a second time if a new U.S. stimulus package and a progressive tax hike scheme for Illinois don't come through, according to comments from Ill