The European Central Bank announced that it will drop its already negative bank deposit rate and expand its quantitative easing program this week. Economists and market watchers took to Twitter to share the effects.
The EUR Shift: pic.twitter.com/17gCRNKaBp
— Michael McDonough (@M_McDonough) March 10, 2016
1.6% inflation in 2018. #ECB predicting its own failure, despite today’s measures.
— Christian Odendahl (@COdendahl) March 10, 2016
Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer gave a speech Monday, and discussed the potential policy tools:
Fischer defends QE efficacy with taper tantrum; QE and neg rates still potential tools
— Diane Swonk (@DianeSwonk) March 7, 2016
Stanley Fischer: we may well be seeing the first stirrings of an acceleration of inflation, which the Fed would like to see.#pcNABE
— Megan Greene (@economistmeg) March 7, 2016
Zero rates watch:
— Pedro da Costa (@pdacosta) March 9, 2016
Valuation estimates for listed companies rising. See more from Jack Bouroudjian.
Interesting chart showing valuations. pic.twitter.com/qsJ6hRgL9l
— Jack Bouroudjian (@JackBouroudjian) March 11, 2016
North American oil output falling. Student traders are trading it:
NORTH DAKOTA’s oil output fell to 1.12 million b/d in Jan, from 1.15 million in Dec and 1.19 million in Jan 2015 pic.twitter.com/ZbDOhcKnYg
— John Kemp (@JKempEnergy) March 11, 2016
— CMEGroup (@CMEGroup) March 11, 2016
Retirement discussion at Presidential debates:
Working until 68 sounds easy for senators and policy wonks. Much harder for people who work on their feet all day.https://t.co/SteSnTh6Ur
— Ben Casselman (@bencasselman) March 11, 2016