Paul Allen Winghart

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The ‘other’ great bond mispricing theory

2014-05-30T15:00:21.000Z<p>By: Izabella Kaminska<p>A lot of people are puzzled over why US yields are falling when nothing has changed on the Fed …

Unstoppable $100 Trillion Bond Market Renders Models Useless

If the insatiable demand for bonds has upended the models you use to value them, you’re not alone.<p>Just last month, researchers at the Federal Reserve …

Yellen’s comms adviser: more press briefings

Andrew Levin, a Fed staffer who worked extensively on Janet Yellen’s communication reforms when she was vice-chair, sets out a set of principles for …

Goldman Shuns Bonds Pimco’s Gross Favors in ‘New Neutral’

As Bill Gross vows to restore top performance at the world’s biggest bond fund, he’s taking a path many of his rivals shun.<p>Gross, who manages the …

3mo/ 10yr broke the 250 no level today Daily (May 29th, 2013 - Today) http://t.co/LR1avklC1i

Durable Goods Orders in U.S. Unexpectedly Increase

Orders for long-lasting goods such as appliances and metals unexpectedly rose in April after a gain the prior month that was stronger than previously …

Goldman Sachs on coping with negative rates

2014-05-23T14:19:35.000Z<p>By: Izabella Kaminska<p>There’s a good note from Goldman Sachs this week on the implications of negative rates at the ECB.<p>But …

Bond Market to Fed: Your 4% Rate Forecast Is Way Too High

The bond market, unparalleled in predicting shifts in the U.S. economy over the decades, has a message: interest rates aren’t going to rise as high …

Economics:  Energy, economy, trade balance, and growth

<b>Economics: Energy, economy, trade balance, and growth</b><p>The ecological economics view of energy as the engine of growth may explain one paradox of late 20th century economics: how the United States could sustain massive negative balance of trade while experiencing continuous economic growth. Though the explanation also relies somewhat on neoclassical economics market mechanisms.<p>Since the 1970s, the US has run increasingly large trade deficits, in large part to oil-exporting nations. Ordinarily …