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Federal Reserve Completely Lost As Global Credit Impulse Turns Down

​”The Federal Reserve is quickly becoming trapped by its own “data-dependent” analysis”

Meanwhile, the global credit impulse is turning down fast

Very soon the central banks are going to have to come up with a new trick


“When looking at historical time frames, one must not look at averages of all rate hikes but rather what happened when a rate hiking campaign began from similar economic growth levels. Looking back in history we can only identify TWO previous times when the Fed began tightening monetary policy when economic growth rates were at 2% or less.

With economic growth currently running at THE LOWEST average growth rate in American history, the time frame between the first rate and next recession will likely not be long.

The Federal Reserve is quickly becoming trapped by its own “data-dependent” analysis. Despite ongoing commentary of improving labor markets and economic growth, their own indicators are suggesting something very different.”

Lance Roberts

https://realinvestmentadvice.com/data-says-fed-is-making-a-mistake/

 

While the Federal Reserve continues with its absurd narrative and failing forecasts…..

 

The Global Credit Impulse is turning down fast.

 

 

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-06-20/why-collapsing-global-credit-impulse-all-matters-citi-explains

Very soon the central banks are going to have to come up with a new trick.

 

 

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