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Ed Yardeni

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Ed Yardeni's Opinion & Analysis
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The stock market tanked on Wednesday, August 14 because the yield spread between the 10-year U.S. Treasury bond and the 2-year Treasury note turned negative. Such an inversion of the yield curve is...
The Fed, the European Central Bank (ECB), and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) came up with lots of headline-grabbing shock-and-awe programs over the past 10 years in reaction to the Great Financial Crisis....
In late 2017, when Bitcoin was soaring toward a record-high price of $18,961 on 12/18/17, a distant relative asked me what I thought about the cryptocurrency. He had bought one Bitcoin when it was...
I am not convinced that the demand for labor was hard hit by Trump’s escalating trade war during May. Granted, payroll employment was weak last month, rising just 75,000. That compares poorly...
co-written by Melissa Tagg Don’t look too closely at the Fed’s dot plot or you might miss the larger monetary policy picture, warned Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell in a 3/8 speech...
The Government Is Here To Help Journalist H.L. Mencken famously observed: “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by...
Last year, the 10-year US Treasury bond yield peaked at 3.24% on November 8 . Last year, when the yield first rose above 3.00% on May 14, there was lots of chatter about how it was likely to rise to...
The S&P 500 is one of the 10 components of the Index of Leading Economic Indicators (LEI). The LEI stalled during the last three months of 2018—falling 0.3% in October, rising 0.2% in...
The Fed made lots of headlines last week. Evidence mounted that following another likely rate hike at the FOMC meeting on December 18-19, the monetary policy committee might pause during the first...
The latest earnings reporting season seemed to contribute to the sharp selloff in stocks during October, as some companies reported bullish earnings that were more than offset by bearish guidance...