Global Money Supply and MSCI World Index

Global Money Supply and MSCI World Index Equities are around 1 standard devation vs. global money supply. It could be bullish for stocks, as global money supply growth tends to push equities higher. Image: Nordea and Macrobond

S&P 500 vs. Global Money Supply

S&P 500 vs. Global Money Supply The new high in global money supply could be bullish for stocks, as global money supply growth tends to push U.S. equities higher. Image: Fidelity Investments

S&P 500 and Global Money Supply

S&P 500 and Global Money Supply Chart suggesting that global money supply tends to push U.S. equities higher. Image: Fidelity Investments

U.S. Money Supply M2 Growth

U.S. Money Supply M2 Growth U.S. money supply M2 growth is going parabolic compared to the global financial crisis. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

M1 Money Supply vs. Yield Curve and Recessions

M1 Money Supply vs. Yield Curve and Recessions Great chart showing the correlation between M1 money supply and the yield curve. The key factor for inverted yield curves is tight money. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research

S&P 500 Index vs. Global M1 Liquidity

S&P 500 Index vs. Global M1 Liquidity Another good correlation between the S&P 500 Index and global M1 liquidity, while the Fed plans to stop quantitative tightening. The money supply M1 is the amount of effective money in the economy. Image: Nordea and Macrobond

Why Is Core Inflation So Low Compared to Previous Business Cycles?

Why Is Core Inflation So Low Compared To Previous Business Cycles? The Consumer Price Index Less Food & Energy (Core CPI) is very low compared to previous business cycles in the US, for several reasons: – not fast-rising money supply – globalization: inflation is a global phenomenon – lack of wage acceleration – increase in…