Quantitative Easing (QE) and Bond Yields

Quantitative Easing (QE) and Bond Yields Bond yields tend to move higher after QE starts. So far, however, QE seems to have a different effect on the bond market. Image: J.P. Morgan

Fed Quantitative Easing (QE) and NTM P/E

Fed Quantitative Easing (QE) and NTM P/E After the Fed launched quantitative easing (QE), history suggests that there is a positive correlation between QE and a rising stock market. Image: Fidelity Investments

U.S. Treasury Issuance and Fed QE

U.S. Treasury Issuance and Fed QE What’s the impact of quantitative easing? The Fed is now expected to buy double the amount of U.S. Treasury net issuance. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Federal Reserve’s Balance Sheet and “Not QE”

Federal Reserve’s Balance Sheet and “Not QE” Welcome to “Not-QE”. The Fed’s balance sheet is expanding at fastest rate since the Great Financial Crisis. Image: US Global Investors

G4 Central Bank QE and Emerging Markets Equities

G4 Central Bank QE and Emerging Markets Equities This chart suggests that G4 central bank stimulus would support emerging markets equities in 2020 (R = 0.94 since 2016). Image: BofA Global Research

U.S. Zombie Companies and Fed Ended QE

U.S. Zombie Companies and Fed Ended QE Since the Fed ended QE, U.S. zombie companies have underperformered the market. Image: Arbor Research & Trading LLC

QE and Bond Yields

QE and Bond Yields Chart suggesting that bond yields tend to move higher after quantitative easing starts. Image: Danske Bank