Hans Parisis

Jun 27, 2017
The glaring abnormality in the United States is Fed’s policy position.

Jun 26, 2017
Maybe it’s good to keep in mind that the Fed’s policy is currently being set with the aim of influencing the economy in early 2019.

Jun 22, 2017
President Donald Trump’s list of accomplishments in office is somewhat shorter than his list of tweets while in office. There is perhaps a desire on the part of the White House to take actions in areas that do not require Congressional approval.

Jun 20, 2017
Long-term investors aren't on safe ground yet when trying to make sound long-term investments, notwithstanding all the optimism (to some degree irrational, at least in my opinion) that is out there.

Jun 19, 2017
It’s an undeniable fact that from an investor’s standpoint, this is a very important subject, as, at least for me, a higher inflation target means lower interest rates for longer…

Jun 15, 2017
The consensus belief is that a shrinking balance sheet will add upside pressure on U.S. yields via bond supply/demand effects. This is thought to tighten financial conditions, providing the Fed with less scope for rate hikes in 2018.

Jun 13, 2017
Political theater makes it more difficult for legislation to be passed, at least in the near term.  

Jun 12, 2017
For investors, this is important because if the divergence between U.S. and Euro area interest rates should continue, one day that will be reflected in a stronger exchange rate of the dollar against the euro.

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