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Plus yen intervention might work?
Taking the US central bank seriously, if not literally
And even more on QT
And Opendoor revisited
Outside of commodities, a lower profile
And more on investor sentiment
The inflation fight was always going to be ugly
But high housing prices live on
Mixed signals on risk appetites
And is risky credit cheap?
Two sensible, crowded trades
Monetary and fiscal policy could gang up on profits
Plus, reader mail on defaults
Inevitably, it’s all about the Fed
A potentially risky policy that markets are oddly relaxed about
Plus, the SEC wants to know hedge funds’ secrets
Plus, a shortlived meme-stock revival
A jobs boom silences talk of the US central bank going easy
Especially if they debuted in frothy markets
Getting a soft landing now would take a miracle
As the global economy churns, expect false dawns
And even more on value stocks
And more on value stocks
Fed press conferences mirror our preconceptions
Online retail is a hard business to value