Curve Inversions, What’s Different?
The closely watched 2-year vs. 10-year part of the yield curve remains inverted. What is the recent relative weakness in the 10-year a signal of? Insights by Jim Iuorio with TJM Institutional Services.
Unlocking the Next Economic Downturn
Is the economy headed into recession? If so, this one chart may contain the secret to finding out when a downturn might begin. Insights by CME Group Senior Economist, Erik Norland.
Ether Finds Strength
Ether is up more than 70% from its June lows. What factors are driving this upward momentum? Insights by Jim Iuorio with TJM Institutional Services.
Macro Markets Podcast Episode 16: Fed Watch: A Deep Dive into 75
Brian Smedley, Guggenheim’s Chief Economist and Head of Macroeconomic and Investment Research, discusses the impact of the Fed’s 0.75% rate hike on markets and the economy.
Four Complex Challenges To Just-In-Time Delivery
Over the past two years, the global economy has become more fragmented and less integrated, posing severe challenges to the just-in-time delivery model. Where do we go from here? Insights by Blu Putnam and Erik Norland, CME Group Economists.
Fed Hold Rates Near Zero as Economy Makes Progress
The Fed is holding rates steady near zero and maintaining its asset purchase program, promising to provide advance notice before making any changes. Chair Jay Powell applauded strengthening employment & economic activity, but he didn't give a number to target for maximum employment or offer specifics about tapering timing or what exactly constitutes "substantial further progress."