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BoJ prepares for helicopter money — #SaxoStrats video

Steen Jakobsen
Steen Jakobsen, Saxo Bank chief economist, explains why the Bank of Japan might be preparing the Japanese economy for helicopter money.  

He claims that Japan leads the world in terms of monetary policy experiments and could be preparing to initiate a global trend in helicopter money used as fiscal stimulus.

Using helicopter money coupled with a strong dollar and Fed rate hikes increases the probability of a recession in the US in 2017, according to Jakobsen.  
17 October
JMunOZ JMunOZ
Steen, with eventual recession and weakening USD surely a kick on effect to China exports and economy. What effect to China dependant currencies like AUD at that point? I note you have the AUD weak in the short term what about the following phase relative to the USD?
17 October
M Shah M Shah
Steen, Excellent view of the world in a few words...some really interesting points you make...on a sustainable basis zero rates make sense for a self sufficient economy - but for the rest of the world it can cause dislocation in the credit curves which defeats the purpose of low rates. It only makes sense to have such low rates in a zero loss norm environment or what we are really saying is that financing deficits is all that matters....
17 October
Jim Earls Jim Earls
When was there not 'helicopter money' since 2001? What would be news here?
17 October
M Shah M Shah
A helicopter is quite a complicated machine to manage...so it really depends on who is flying it....
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