Money & Markets – July 7, 2017

Money & Markets

“ will therefore have to deal with the repricing of the central bank put – a key feature of the post-crisis world: Whether policy-makers are tightening via rates or balance sheet actions, or imposing more macro-prudential norms, the message is clear – the global monetary policy stance has taken a hawkish turn and will continue to do so.” ~Chetan Ahya, Morgan Stanley’s Global Co-head of Economics

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Here are the Friday charts: Set One, Set Two, Set Three, Set Four