There are growing signs that the unwinding of the trillions of dollars worth of interventions by central banks could be every bit as dangerous and volatile as...

Gavin Wendt

There are growing signs that the unwinding of the trillions of dollars worth of interventions by central banks could be every bit as dangerous and volatile as the conditions that led them to take the actions in the first place. The Washington Post reports that the mere hint that the Fed will slow the rate at which it injects new money into the system by buying bonds has driven a torrential sell-off of all sorts of assets this summer, driving U.S. interest rates up a full percentage point and prompting even bigger financial convulsions in emerging nations.


Gavin Wendt

I have been a senior resources analyst following the fortunes of the mining and energy sectors for the past 25 years - previously working with stockbroker Intersuisse and financial group Fat Prophets. I am also Executive Director, Mining & Metals...

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