Most market participants are focused on if and when central bankers will pivot. Real Vision Global Markets Editor Weston Nakamura is thinking about what such a move might look like. Consider, for example, monetary policymakers running “quantitative easing” programs at the same time they’re hiking interest rates. Indeed, both the Bank of England and the Bank of Korea are engaged in this seemingly counterintuitive practice. And more of their peers, including the Federal Reserve, may soon follow suit. Weston also explores the China credit impulse and its relevance to international markets and closes with his take on the importance of a trader’s day-to-day process. For Weston, this question itself is fundamental to understanding market behavior. Real Vision macro analysts Michael Coolbaugh and Jamie McDonald talk about their own processes, Michael here: http://rvtv.io/3FbYl5b and Jamie here: http://rvtv.io/3iljYXR.
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