Global Macro Markets Outlook: July 16, 2012 to July 20, 2012.
The Banking & Fiscal Union under the SEM By: Vidia Ramdeen, MPA E: email@example.com Article 39 & 94 of the TEC is to ensure the free rights of individuals conducting business from one sovereign to the next, and lays the groundwork for a pan European Union, essentially creating the foundation to enable discussion to further policy for development… Read More Integration of a Fiscal/Banking Union
Dear Reader(s) About QE: Adding liquidity causes underlying asset inflation meaning additional QE’s subsequently require more $, €, ¥, 元, respectively, to create equivalent % increases (relative to the float) from previous easing events. United States The Dow (DJI) fell -0.99% for the week after minor selling (perceived short selling) & capitulation on Monday followed… Read More Global Macro Report: 06/25/2012 – 06/29/2012
(C) Ricochet Alternative Asset Management 2012 Dear Reader(s), The U.S. markets this past week gained the most YTD as upward volatility in the markets created tail-risk for the short sellers. The markets responded to a sort of detente or easing of tensions regarding a breakup of the eurozone via the exit of one of the… Read More Global Macro Markets Report (June 11 – June 15 2012)
(C) 2012 – Ricochet Alternative Asset Management Dear Reader, Market activity over the recent weeks focused on whether the Fed will pump more liquidity into the market via quantitative easing (QE3). The expectation of growth as reflected in macroeconomic indicators have been mediocre to poor. Manufacturing in the U.S. as measured by the Chicago PMI… Read More Global Macro Markets Report (June 4, 2012 – June 8, 2012)
Dear Reader(s), The volatility in the global markets have eased over the past week with major downside tail-risk events held to a minimum. The retail and housing data from the U.S. did not surprise however the lack of negativity in the data given the global slowdown in growth was perceived as a positive. The increase… Read More Global Macro Markets Report (May 28, 2012 – June 1, 2012)
(C) 2012 – Ricochet Alternative Asset Management Dear Reader, The U.S. indices all experienced downside volatility tail-risk (statistical alpha of .10) as the NASDAQ reclaims the title for most volatile of the three. The Dow closed down -3.52% for the week as Monday and Thursday saw the sharpest sell off followed by Friday; with Tuesday… Read More Global Macro Report – The Week Ahead (May 21 – May 25, 2012)