Recent Commentaries

Misunderstanding US inflation during the Covid-19 era

Since the 9% peak in CPI last June, we have witnessed one of the fastest disinflations in modern history. What makes this collapse even more notable, however, is that it has occurred while the unemployment rate held below 4% and GDP growth ran well above trend. In...

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How much of the Fed put has shifted to the balance sheet?

As the rate market churns, I thought it might be useful to discuss the outlook for one of my favorite option structures: the Fed put. It's been just about two years since I walked away from a longstanding love affair with risk parity. Sadly, the supply-side-driven...

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Staying positive

As a general rule, I endeavor to steer away from “normative” analysis in these commentaries. I do not believe that my thoughts on what should happen in markets or policymaking or politics or geopolitics matter much. Instead, I strive to give clients my best projection...

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