Discover and read the best of Twitter Threads about #Ecb

Most recents (24)

The #ECB's new boss @Lagarde has taken fellow policy-makers on a private retreat to heal the rift left by her predecessor, sources tell @Reuters
@Lagarde @Reuters As I tweet, governors are discussing the inner workings of the #ECB at a secret location outside the central bank's premises/2
@Lagarde @Reuters @Lagarde's symbolic gesture comes at a time of divisions at #ECB, where a third of governors, including those from Germany, France and the Netherlands, are unhappy about restarting a.26 trillion euro money-printing programme
Read 4 tweets
Populism Germany style: “When saving makes you poor: zero interest rates are destroying the wealth of Germans.”

Today’s cover of @DerSPIEGEL , Germany’s most important weekly magazine.

The lead article is less biased, but is it responsible to further feed populist sentiment?
Germany is sliding into a dangerous anti-Europe, anti-ECB hysteria, which threatens to damage the ECB‘s credibility, the euro and ultimately all of Europe.

It is high time for an honest dialogue and for exposing the 20 German myths about #ECB monetary policy:
20 German myths about ECB monetary policy:

Myth #1:
The ECB alone is responsible for low interest rates.

Fact: interest rates are the results esp. of high savings and low investment, esp. in Germany. Governments have a big impact on interest rates via investment and growth.
Read 23 tweets
A thread summarizing ALL of our analysis on #China .

I think this is required as there are still misconceptions what's going on in the world #economy at the moment.

Everything starts with the notion that China (not the #Fed or the #ECB) has been driving the global cycle. 1/
This was revealed to us, when we were making an in-depth analysis on the world economy in early 2017 to understand, why it had recovered with a break-neck speed from the deep slump of 2015.

The 'culprit' for this mystery turned out to be the shadow banks of China. 2/
Their size to GDP three-folded in just one year, meaning that in 2016 China launched what was probably the biggest debt-stimulus operation ever seen.

It was no surprise that the world economy made a miraculous recovery.

But, China had been on a perilous path much longer. 3/
Read 15 tweets
I don't get, why many analysts and economists seem to think that the worse (#recession) might have been avoided.

Their view seems to be based on handful of 'leading' and/or backward looking indicators that have "stabilized".

This angle misses the point completely. 1/
Many seem to forget that #China, not the #Fed or the #ECB, has driven this global expansion.

China has accounted around 60% of all new money (debt) created and majority of capital investments produced since 2009. 👇

What is China doing now? 2/
If there's just one article an investor can read this fall, it's definitely this. 👇

It explains, why there's not going to be a similar reflation trade, like in 2015/2016, this time around.

China simply does not have the room to stimulate as much. 3/
ft.com/content/8cb854…
Read 8 tweets
Jetzt #Schattenmacht #BlackRock im #ZDF.
Um 00:45 morgens.
Werden sicher wenige sehen.
#Merz & die 1% wird es freuen!
2. #BlackRock currently has just under US$7 trillion under management & with #Vanguard they control two thirds of all #ETFs.

Now if BlackRock decides to sell a bigger share because the market turns you can quickly get a "run for the exit", A RUN!

#Markets #Stocks #Merz
3. #BlackRock has major shareholdings in many of the global Top 500 companies.

In Germany BlackRock is a major shareholder in ALL #DAX-companies!

#Stocks #Markets #Merz #CDU
Read 12 tweets
l'impulso dalla creazione di quasi 3Trilioni di $ di riserve non spinge in maniera coerente e costante l'elargizione di nuovo credito da parte delle banche US👉NON C'E' DOMANDA
la moneta creata non "gira" come potrebbe/dovrebbe e lo vedi su
-Linea Nera:Inflazione attesa 5y FWD
...perché accade tutto questo?
perché da oltre 10 anno l'unico intento delle CBs è quello di salvaguardare il sistema finanziario come l'abbiamo sempre "conosciuto"...ma che è morto esattamente 11 anni fa...NON SIAMO MAI USCITI DALLA GFC 2008/09 e non usciremo mai in questo modo
...ed oggi vedremo quanto @potus è ricattabile...ha in mano il jolly per affondare EZ e lo DEVE giocare adesso...👽
ansa.it/europa/notizie…
Read 210 tweets
#ECB thread

Here's what analysts are expecting:
1) Majority expect 10bps rate cut to -50bps (minority 20bps cut)
2) Tiering
3) Restart of Asset Purchases : sov +corp bonds of EUR 30bn x 12 months (risk of LESS given recent hawkish commentary)
4) Enhanced Fwd Guidance
1) rate cuts

The interest rate mkt is expecting 50% probability of a 20bp cut (or 15bps priced in for Sep) and another ~10bps in December, troughs at 34bps cuts next summer

Rate cut to 1/ target EUR & 2/ extra kicker for TLRO3 which starts in Sep 3/ stimulate credit demand
But whether stimulating credit demand leads to pick up in nominal growth is questionable-chart from Citi below

@LHSummers recently called negative interest rate policy 'black hole economics' because marginal positive is offset by counterproductive side effects incl misallocation
Read 12 tweets
I've been very outspoken about #Brexit, which has raised some questions of why. Here, my five cents.

First, I am a big believer of democratic decision making. The straighter the better.

In my opinion, Brexit ref was a pinnacle in the long history of democracy in Britain. 1/
Second, the EU has continuously grown less democratic (despite of the claims to the contrary).

While first refs on EU were conducted in good practice, problems started when referendums turned against further integration. These include the double-refs in Denmark and Ireland. 2/
But, it got worse.

When European debt crisis, which actually was a (masked) banking crisis of Germany and France, threatened to break the euro, the response of European leaders was to bypass European laws.

Most notably, bailouts breached Articles 125, banning mutual... 3/
Read 9 tweets
Tomorrow the European Parliament will host a hearing with Christine @Lagarde, in order to confirm her appointment as #ECB president. Ahead of the session, Lagarde answered 70 questions from MEPs - we read them all so you don't have to. THREAD👇europarl.europa.eu/meetdocs/2014_…
1/ On the positives: Lagarde wants the #ECB to make climate change a priority. She committed to ensure the ECB plays an active role in the @NGFS_ and, "as soon as such a taxonomy is agreed, the ECB will need to assess whether and how it can apply it to QE."
2/ However @Lagarde is obstinate to follow the business as usual "market neutrality" approach of the #ECB in Corporate QE. We're still wondering how mirroring markets in portfolios is consistent with the need to cope with market failures and create new investment incentives. 🤔
Read 8 tweets
#ECB is likely to crash EUR in attempt to stimulate EU-economy🤦‍♂️(incompetence in ECB is staggering!). Wait for waterfall moment in #EURUSD. Currently flirting with LT-trendline. Target 0.85-0.91 #HZupdates
Major drop in #EURUSD will send #USD #DXY soaring (following pot. ST weakness). LT-target for DXY is >111. This is likely to be the trigger for REAL Fed intervention, which will push economy out of Deflation #HZupdates
Rally in #USD will push #Gold (#XAUUSD) into major decline in final wave C, which will take yellow pet rock below 1000 USD. Imo no way that structure of rally since 2015 is new Bull market. It is ZigZag-correction topping ~1480 (here!) or ~1590 (-1600). Major Bull trap #HZupdates
Read 8 tweets
Germany, yesterday, issued a 30-year bond that offers negative yield (average yield of -0.11%).

This typically means that investors are paying German government to hold their debt. Why would investors invest in such a bond? Thread 1/8
The coupon set on these bonds (or Bunds, as they are called in Germany) is 0% i.e. the government will not pay any interest at all on these bonds.

In comparison, if GoI issues a 30 year bond today, the interest rate offered would be ~7%. 2/8
A negative yield of -0.11% means that an investor in this bond will pay 11 basis points per year to German Govt to borrow the sum i.e. an investment of Rs. 100 in these bonds would yield ~Rs. 97 in 30 years, a loss of ~Rs. 3. 3/8
Read 13 tweets
Good morning! 😁Deflationary phase is developing in economy. Stay tuned for my perspectives on coming developments in markets based on charts - technical and fundamental analysis #HZupdates thread coming up!
SP500 recovered some of the loses from early trading this week. Still, I think we have seen the top of the Expanding Diagonal, and we are currently in the Deflationary part of the crisis, where growth in economy is rolling over. Target ~2050 by Q1/Q2 2020 #HZupdates
#SP500 - will we see rally to 2950 for pot. top of wave 2 (black) before reversal and strong decline? That would close the gap in market from early Aug. #HZupdates
Read 16 tweets
🇩🇪 It confirms that German GDP likely ⬇ in 2Q while proxies pointed to the risk of another ⬇ in 3Q (technical recession).

This scenario would add pressure on #Germany to launch a stimulus package to support growth at both the national and 🇪🇺 level.

🇪🇺 Trichet Sees Next Crisis if #ECB doesn’t get Help - Handelsblatt
handelsblatt.com/finanzen/geldp…
🇩🇪 #Germany’s economy needs a fiscal boost - FT
ft.com/content/5ea7db…
Read 67 tweets
Mega #ECB thread- bear w me:)

Thursday’s mtg is shaping up to be an extremely important one

Most analysts expect #Draghi to tilt further dovish & indicate a “package of measures” for Sep but not act YET
Why wait? 1/ Fed first 2/ New projections in Sep 3/ Hv to agree on package
Reminder: what are ECB’s tools? ⚒:
- forward guidance (currently calendar based)
- rate cuts
- QE (sovereign, agencies, corporates)* I’ll come back to this point
- bond re-investments (ppl often forget this one)
So... What’s priced?
- Market is pricing in 3bps cuts July, 13bps in Sep

What about QE? *tougher to estimate
- Barclays compare mkt reaction post Whatever It Takes to post-Sintra (not really 🍎 to 🍏 but ok) : strong rally already in periphs ; look at BTPs & 5y5y infl 👀
Read 9 tweets
++++Cosa sa la #Bce che noi non sappiamo? Nulla di buono. @ollirehn a @boersenzeitung : 'C'è bisogno di lanciare nuovi stimoli monetari, Bce si prepari al peggio'. E tassi Bund 10 anni scendono sotto tasso depositi Bce -0,40% +++++ bit.ly/2Javxgs #trading
@ollirehn @boersenzeitung @finanza_com @finanza_online @Borseit @pelias01 @AlienoGentile @carloalberto @ricpuglisi @albertobisin @monacelt @ollirehn : "Low inflation expectations are a 'great concern'; market based expectations are 'far too low'
Eurozone experiencing a longer phase of weaker growth, slowdown no longer temporary" VIA a @boersenzeitung In bocca al lupo #Lagarde
@ollirehn @boersenzeitung @finanza_com @finanza_online @Borseit @pelias01 @AlienoGentile @carloalberto @ricpuglisi @albertobisin @monacelt @ollirehn : "#ECB should prepare for stronger and prolonged slowdown, says better to prepare for the worst. ECB can change forward guidance, cut rates or resume #QE if needed VIA @boersenzeitung
Read 12 tweets
[THREAD]🌏Find out our global outlook & central scenario for H2-19-2020: uncertainties surrounding global economic dynamics will weigh on overall growth #Outlook #tradewar #Brexit
🔎Our scenario is based on the strong assumption of a UK exit from the EU without a withdrawal agreement #Brexit #HardBrexit🇬🇧🇪🇺
Mainly, expectations are:
🔻a recession in the #UK and a slowdown of #growth in the euro zone
🔻3 #Fed rate cuts of 25 bps in July, September & December 2019
🔻a cut in the deposit rate by the #ECB by 10bps in September 2019
Read 4 tweets
Hearing many exaggerations these days. So, here an attempt to put things into perspective: (1) yes, (s)election of new #EU leadership involves power politics in #EP & #EUCO & between them, but that's how politics & democracy function – at all levels incl. #EU – get used to it;
(2) yes, #Spitzenkandidaten process not perfect, but it is here to stay although it needs to be reformed before 2024 #EP elections (incl. introduction of #TransnationalList) – 2019 experience should provide lessons to everyone (including European & national political parties);
(3) yes, #EP increasingly runs risk of being sidelined in leadership (s)election process, but majority in Parliament can still agree on common candidate for COM-P, who has a chance to be nominated by #EUCO;
Read 8 tweets
By the end of 2019, the #Eurozone Benchmark interest rates, i.e. the overnight #EONIA rate and the #EURIBOR family (with maturities from 1 week up to 12 months), will either be replaced or their calculation methodology will be radically reformed.
The benchmark rates calculation methodology is not compliant with the #EU Benchmarks Regulation (BMR), applied from Jan. 1st, 2018, which emerged in the aftermath of the #LIBOR & #EURIBOR market manipulation scandals & the #2008_financial_crisis. bis.org/publ/qtrpdf/r_… @BIS_org
On September 14th, 2018, the working group on euro risk-free rates (#WG_EuroRFR), set up by the @ECB, the @FSMA_info , @ESMAComms & the @EU_Commission, proposed the ECB’s #€STR as the replacement of #EONIA
bit.ly/2UDzu4L
bit.ly/2OjrSNo
bit.ly/2YNPxeB
Read 12 tweets
DELAYED RECAP monthly MT GLOBAL M.PMI surveys Apr2019 thread 1/n (probably 30) (as of May2nd)

• Global Biz confidence remained at 2.5Y lows
• DM notch higher
• EM barely > 50
• F5 6M low

= global slowdown continues
= global centralbanks dovish
= disinflationary
2/n Global M.PMI heatmap

• Canada joined <50 club, 38M low
• Germany still 44+
• Austria joined <50 club, 4Y low
• Switzerland joined <50 club, 4Y low
• Czech 76M low
• Sweden 32M low
• Singapore 29M low
• China hovers at 50

...
3/n Global M.PMI in relevance to GDP distribution

• I'd be more stock bullish if those "bubbles" shift to the right quads
• turning into left quads is actually bond bullish
Read 22 tweets
For almost two years now, I've been randomly but constantly been drawn into discussions about the benefits of the euro.

The simple fact is that at the macro level, there are basically none. In the firm-level, especially in the SME -level, there are few. But, 1/
The question is, which should weigh more? The larger single-currency financial markets or a floating exchange rate that corresponds to the macroeconomic and political conditions of each country.

I think that answer, undeniably, is that the latter is more important. 2/
This is because global financial markets are very open and developed nowadays. Funding and hedging is widely available.

However, cutting wages and prices in a #recession has proven very difficult as it has been since the end of the 'liberal era' in early 1900's. 3/
Read 6 tweets
1. Politicians are lying to you: For almost 10 years we had near zero percent #interest, #ECB & #FED printed billions of $ & € creating huge asset #bubbles in #stocks & #properties. On top thousands of foreigners bought "cheap" properties in GER.

#Habeck #Enteignungen
2. On top many cities, especially #Munich, allowed only few new properties to be build - For 3 new families that reached Munich only 1 new home was build!
This scarcity is by design, since it inflates the value of existing #properties, enriching the "haves".
#Habeck #Enteignungen
3. The next money printing scam are all the regulations that hit home-builders in the last plus 10 years: "Dämmung","energetische Sanierung" (to prevent loss of heat/energy) and more is expensive & thus reduces the numbers that can afford a home & increases #rents.
#Enteignungen
Read 11 tweets
the @Europarl_EN is about to pass a new macro-finance initiative that threatens fiscal policy space for Euro Member States - 'far from being a stabilizing mechanism for the euro, SBBS would become yet another instrument of fiscal discipline'.
SBBSies wont do much good when a euro country comes under pressure in sovereign bond markets, but it can do significant damage #safeasset
no matter how many speeches and op-eds we get from European leaders calling for a Europe that can oppose US and China, we wont get one unless we can create a single safe asset. If only the new #ECB governor would fight for this #Benoit2019
Read 3 tweets
..poi un giorno ci farete sapere quanto avete alzato shortando italia quando eravate sovranisti (hawkish) e poi rigirandovi una volta tornati euristi (dovish)
Il "flip-flop" di questo governo oltre ad essere un bail-out mascherato per banche IT via BTP, è "gain" per establishment
Establishment IT alla "canna del gas"..."o XI...o MORTE"...
Read 1014 tweets

Related hashtags

Did Thread Reader help you today?

Support us! We are indie developers!


This site is made by just three indie developers on a laptop doing marketing, support and development! Read more about the story.

Become a Premium Member ($3.00/month or $30.00/year) and get exclusive features!

Become Premium

Too expensive? Make a small donation by buying us coffee ($5) or help with server cost ($10)

Donate via Paypal Become our Patreon

Thank you for your support!