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Global Central Bank and Stock Index Futures

While there is no such thing as the “Global Central Bank,” but if there was, and I am not advocating for one, it should be leaning toward the side of accommodation. In light of the ongoing trade issues between the U.S. and China, Brexit and other geopolitical uncertainties with their negative impact on global economic growth, now is not the time for tighter credit policies. In fact now is the time for the world’s central banks to move toward accommodation.  Learn more with this proprietary white paper from ADMIS' own Alan Bush.