Deutsche Bank: “Perhaps The Fed And Other Central Banks Are Controlling The Market Too Much These Days”

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Deutsche Bank: “Perhaps The Fed And Other Central Banks Are Controlling The Market Too Much These Days” (ZeroHedge, May 20, 2014):

Perhaps the Fed and other central banks are controlling the market too much these days with their guidance. In the old days central banks used to like to create an element of surprise to ensure that markets didn’t become complacent. With the crisis fresh in people’s minds, with the stock of debt still huge and with the recovery still so uncertain they feel they cannot risk creating too much uncertainty at the moment. ” – Deutsche Bank

1 thought on “Deutsche Bank: “Perhaps The Fed And Other Central Banks Are Controlling The Market Too Much These Days”

  1. No kidding. Total rigging of any market is too much, and that is what the FED and the IMF and the ECB have done. The stock market used to reflect the real market, but no longer, thanks to greedy gut bankers who have it rigged carefully.

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