U.S. Monetary Policy, Term Premium and Yield Curve

U.S. Monetary Policy, Term Premium and Yield Curve This chart suggests when U.S. monetary policy is too tight or too loose. An inverted yield curve is a sign that monetary policy is too tight. Image: Fidelity Investments

China’s Monetary Policy

China’s Monetary Policy The Chinese banks’ reserve requirement ratio will be cut by 50 bps on January 6, to 12.5%. Image: Bianco Research

Monetary Policy and Fed Funds Rate

Monetary Policy and Fed Funds Rate According to market rates, monetary policy is more neutral than accommodative. Image: Danske Research

VIX and Fed Monetary Policy

VIX and Fed Monetary Policy This year, the VIX average has been similar to 2018, despite Feds’ policy U-Turn in January. Image: BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research

Global Monetary Policy Map

Global Monetary Policy Map This chart shows that in 2019, central banks cut rates by most in a decade. Image: Topdown Charts

G4 Central Banks Monetary Policy Rate

G4 Central Banks Monetary Policy Rate If the trend in G4 central banks monetary policy rates continues, this chart suggests that we could see -4% in 2030. Image: Nordea and Macrobond

U.S. Monetary Policy and Recession

U.S. Monetary Policy and Recession This chart shows the U.S. monetary policy and two recession forecasting models over time (Fed policy rate, Atlanta Fed shadow Fed funds rate, nominal R-Star, Fed funds curve). Image: Fidelity Investments