Jan 10, 2016

The World Hits Its Credit Limit, And The Debt Market Is Starting To Realize That | Zero Hedge

One month ago, when looking at the dramatic change in the market landscape when the first cracks in the central planning facade became evident and it appeared that central banks are in the process of rapidly losing credibility, and the faith of an entire generation of traders whose only trading strategy is to "BTFD", we presented a critical report by Citigroup's Matt King, who asked "has the...

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