Tag Archives: Markets During Intervention

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – March 27, 2017 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through March 27, 2017) from Doug Short’s blog post of January 20 (“Treasury Snapshot:  10-Year Note at 2.38“):

Federal Reserve Intervention and U.S. markets

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2359.64 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – January 20, 2017 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through January 20, 2017) from Doug Short’s blog post of January 20 (“Treasury Yields:  A Long-Term Perspective“):

U.S. markets during Federal Reserve intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2271.31 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – October 21, 2016 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through October 21, 2016) from Doug Short’s blog post of October 21 (“Treasury Snapshot…“):

markets during Federal Reserve intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2151.33 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – July 8, 2016 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through July 8, 2016) from Doug Short’s blog post of July 8 (“Treasury Yields:  A Long-Term Perspective“):

markets during intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2129.90 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – May 13, 2016 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through May 13, 2016) from Doug Short’s blog post of May 13 (“Treasury Snapshot:  Approaching Five Months Since The Fed’s December Rate Hike“):

markets during intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2046.61 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – March 21, 2016 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through March 18, 2016) from Doug Short’s blog post of March 18  (“Treasury Snapshot:  10-Year Note at 1.88%“):

financial markets during intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2049.29 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – January 7, 2016 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through January 6, 2016) from Doug Short’s blog post of January 6  (“Treasury Snapshot After Rate Hike Decision Last Month“):

markets during intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 1990.26 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – October 13, 2015 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through October 8, 2015) from Doug Short’s blog post of October 9  (“Treasury Snapshot:  10-Year Yield is Back to Its January 2nd Close“):

markets and intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2012.55 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – July 10, 2015 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through July 9, 2015) from Doug Short’s blog post of July 9  (“Treasury Snapshot:  A Look at Recent Volatility“):

markets during intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2075.56 as this post is written

Markets During Periods Of Federal Reserve Intervention – May 19, 2015 Update

In the August 9, 2011 post (“QE3 – Various Thoughts“) I posted a chart that depicted the movements of the S&P500, 10-Year Treasury Yield and the Fed Funds rate spanning the periods of various Federal Reserve interventions since 2007.

For reference purposes, here is an updated chart (through May 15, 2015) from Doug Short’s blog post of May 18  (“Treasury Snapshot: …“):

markets during intervention

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The Special Note summarizes my overall thoughts about our economic situation

SPX at 2129.17 as this post is written