Here's a roundup of some of the stories that have been popular on the Savvy Investor site in the last few days.
Recent news & blogs you may have missed:
The US Fed has effectively joined the currency war to prevent further dollar appreciation. Nouriel Roubini argues that verbal intervention will be followed shortly by policy action.
Former Morgan Stanley Chairman Stephen Roach argues that current policy prescriptions will lead to more asset bubbles, financial crises, and Japanese-style secular stagnation.
Market sentiment has changed, as fresh signs appear that US inflation has bottomed.
Weaker than expected economic activity is likely to lead to a significant further easing in economic policy, including important steps towards unconventional monetary easing.
Economic surprises in the US and China have been coming in on the downside.
NAB report that the 25bps rate cut to 2% follows encouraging inflation numbers, and should reinforce recent positive trends in household demand.
New paper from the New York Federal Reserve explores a few of the key, practical challenges that we could face as capital markets and money adjust to negative rates.
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