Asha Bangalore provides us with a quick refresher course as to the impact of the Fed’s quantitative easing:

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You can see the full run of charts at the link below

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Source:
A Refresher Before Fed’s Announcement of Second Round of Quantitative Easing
November 2, 2010
Asha Bangalore   http://bit.ly/9unM0W

Category: Federal Reserve, Markets, Think Tank, Trading

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2 Responses to “Northern Trust: A Refresher Prior to QE2”

  1. Ted Kavadas says:

    Thanks for posting; these are interesting.

    Of course, there are a variety of ways to assess the impact of QE1. ContraryInvestor.com recently posted some interesting commentary with regard to it; I excerpted it on my blog here:

    http://www.economicgreenfield.com/2010/10/31/sp500-vs-consumer-confidence/

    Other commentary on QE2 that I found especially notable is here:

    http://www.economicgreenfield.com/2010/11/02/quantitative-easing-varied-thoughts/

  2. Thanks for posting; these are interesting.

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    Does he have an expanded set of these?

    that may include the 30-yr UST, the ‘implied yield’ from the UltraBond Contract, and, you know, maybe a Price Chart of a ‘Div.Yield’ Equity Index..for, some, potential, flavors..

    http://www.cmegroup.com/trading/interest-rates/ultra-tbond-futures.html

    and, maybe, as a wildcard, a Chart of implied Beta on ‘Microcaps’…

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Americas-Petrogas-Inc-ccn-1622347281.html?x=0&.v=1 (these daze, BOE.V, just, may be a nano-Cap)