Thursday on INK Ultra Money: Do we get a Plaza Accord next year and does Eco start pumping Atlantic oil?

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Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money.

  1. The inflation inflection point - Real Vision (subscriber video)
  2. Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas insiders ride the waves - INK Research (subscriber video and free audio)

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1. The inflation inflection point - Real Vision

What happens to the economy if inflation expectations dramatically change? Kit Juckes, chief foreign exchange strategist at Societe Generale, reveals the implication of an aging economic cycle and a global trade recession that are pushing inflationary forces toward an inflection point. He says that those central banks with room to cut interest rates further will do so, and those that cannot will struggle significantly. Juckes argues that a change in the market’s acceptance of tight fiscal policy alongside extremely accommodative monetary policy could be the trigger for a new inflation regime. Is another Plaza Accord on its way? Filmed on September 19, 2019 in London.

 

Expansionary EU fiscal policy would be a game changer

2. Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas insiders ride the waves - INK Research

Eco Oil & Gas (EOG) has been exploring for oil off the coast of Guyana with Total and Tullow Oil. Following a recent discovery, the stock has pulled back but insiders are buying.

EOG stock hit by profit-taking

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