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The Bank of England Blinks: Is The Fed Next? | 3:00 on Markets & Money

(9/28/22) We have long held that market instability would be a key driver in a Fed policy shift from its current course of fighting inflation with higher rates. The Bank of England today is moving from quantitative tightening and starting to buy bonds because of "Market instability." A credit crisis causes much more long-term damage to an economy than does inflation, and any such crisis will dramatically reduce inflation, fast. And the Fed's big risk at this point is destabilizing markets with higher interest rates. Credit spreads are beginning to rise, with yields on the 10-yr treasuries rising above three standard deviations from their 50-DMA, adding stress to markets, and the first whiff of trouble appears to be coming from the housing markets as mortgage rates rise. The volatility index is also starting to show some signs of life. The question now is, is the Bank of England now a proxy for more central bank changes to come?
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