Today’s Topics:

2/9/16

 

  • Are Negative Interest Rate Policy (NIRP) central banks firing economic blanks? A former Fed president believes so.

 

  • The yen and euro rise while stocks plunge following NIRP. Have central banks lost control of capital markets? Should they have had control in the first place?

 

  • More mixed economic data. Is this a sign the economic cycle is approaching an inflection point?

 

  • Auto loan delinquencies rise.

 

  • Widening credit spreads among investment grade bonds could offer opportunities for knowledgeable investors.

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