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Inflation: Fed Prepping for a Hiking Trip?



Headline inflation numbers for the United States and Europe have turned around. In February, monthly gains in the U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE) deflator turned positive for the first time since last fall.  For the Eurozone, inflation seems to have…

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At Last! QE in the ECB!



You’ll want to mark 22 January on your calendars as a date to remember. Not because it’s the birthday of Lord Byron, nor that it’s the anniversary of the maiden voyage of the first “jumbo jet,” Boeing’s 747. Rather, 22 January is important because the European Central Bank (ECB) finally…

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