Is this really the way ‘Central Bank dominated’ economics is supposed to work? – Part 1

Recent financial headlines courtesy of ZeroHedge:

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“Central Banks Now Own $25 Trillion Of Financial Assets”

  1. Central banks own $25tn of financial assets (a sum larger than GDP of US + Japan, and up $12tn since Lehman);
  2. There are currently $12.3tn of negative yielding global bonds (28% of total);
  3. There is currently $8tn of negative yielding sovereign debt (54% of total).                Aug 25, 2016

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Dallas Fed Dead-Cat-Bounce Dies – Economy Contracts For 20th Month In A Row

Having jumped miraculously from -18 to -1.3 in July, August’s Dallas Fed plunged back to -6.2 – contracting for the 20th month in a row. The worse than expected headline data came despite a rise in new orders as the number of employees, average workweek, and capex all plunged into contraction. Hope also tumbled from 18.4 to 7.0 with inventories and new orders expected to slow.   Aug 29, 2016

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Dallas Fed Respondent: “Sometime After The Election, Data Will Show That In 2016 The U.S. Was In Recession”

Sometime after the election, historical data will show that in 2016 the U.S. was in recession.”  Aug 29, 2016

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If The Fed Doesn’t Restart QE, A Yield Curve Inversion (& Economic Dislocation) Is Imminent

QE was never a cure but simply a means to extend and pretend just a bit longer. Could it be the pretending and extending have hit some sort of limit and the Fed fears the next Fed administered “cure” may kill the patient?   Aug 30, 2016

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(So the Bank of Japan is getting set to ‘print’ new reams of paper currency… to buy US Treasuries and earn free interest at the expense of U.S. taxpayers?…)

Record Low Yields On Deck? Abe Advisor Urges Japan To Buy US Treasuries

 “Japan’s monetary authorities should intervene in the currency market not to change the yen’s general course but to discourage speculators” Koichi Hamada, an emeritus professor of economics at Yale University, told Reuters in an interview. “If Japan’s currency intervention is considered manipulation of exchange rates, BOJ buying of foreign bonds is an option for the same objective in a moderate form.”                        Aug 30, 2016

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It is time to gear up – with  a citizen-centered economic plan:

The Leviticus 25 Plan 2017 –  $75,000 per U.S. citizen                                                  The Leviticus 25 Plan 2017 (1643)

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