Wedge Between Poor Fundmentals and Market Prices Starting to Close

October 23, 2012
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“Artificially low rates are not good for anybody,” – BB&T CFO Daryl Bible

Two and a half minute podcast: wedge developing between poor fundamentals, market prices and central effects.

MIT online inflation survey out for month September showing steeply sloped. Recall in chart 2 the pattern of prior QE rounds on real hourly earnings as inflation robs their purchasing power.

 

 

 

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