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Jeffrey P. Snider

Jeffrey Snider

As Head of Global Investment Research for Alhambra Investment Partners, Jeff spearheads the investment research efforts while providing close contact to Alhambra’s client base. His company is a global investment adviser, hence potential Swiss clients should not hesitate to contact AIP

Videos by Jeffrey Snider

Deflationärer Schock statt Inflation? (Interview Jeffrey P. Snider)

Steuern wir auf eine Hyperinflation zu oder doch eher auf eine Deflation, wie Jeffrey P. Snider im heutigen Interview behauptet? Was hält er von Bitcoin? Wie investiert er sein Geld gegen diese Krise und was erwartet er für die Zukunft des Währungssystems?

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Alhambra Investments:
https://alhambrapartners.com/

Jeff Podcast:
https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast…

► Timestamps:
00:00 – 02:14 Einleitung/Vorstellung
02:14 – 07:54 Kläre uns bitte ein wenig über das Euro-Dollar-System auf
07:54 – 10:28 Haben wir zum Euro-Dollar-System Zahlen oder gibt es hier gar keine öffentlichen Zahlen?
10:28 – 19:57 Warum gehst du entgegen der Meinung aller davon aus, dass der Dollar nicht stirbt?

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Quo Vadis, Eurodollar System? Velina’s Talk with Jeffrey P. Snider and Emil Kalinowski

Eurodollars are time deposits denominated in U.S. dollars at banks outside the United States, and thus are not under the jurisdiction of the Federal Reserve. Consequently, such deposits are subject to much less regulation than similar deposits within the U.S. The term was originally coined for U.S. dollars in European banks, but it expanded over the years to its present definition. A U.S. dollar-denominated deposit in Tokyo or Beijing would be likewise deemed a Eurodollar deposit (sometimes an Asiadollar). There is no connection with the euro currency or the eurozone. The offshore locations of Eurodollar make it exposed to potential country risk and economic risk.
Since the Eurodollar market is not run by any government agency its growth is hard to estimate. However, the Eurodollar market

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Quo Vadis, Eurodollar System? – Jeffrey P. Snider, Emil Kalinowski, Velina Tchakarova

Eurodollars are time deposits denominated in U.S. dollars at banks outside the United States, and thus are not under the jurisdiction of the Federal Reserve. Consequently, such deposits are subject to much less regulation than similar deposits within the U.S. The term was originally coined for U.S. dollars in European banks, but it expanded over the years to its present definition. A U.S. dollar-denominated deposit in Tokyo or Beijing would be likewise deemed a Eurodollar deposit (sometimes an Asiadollar). There is no connection with the euro currency or the eurozone. The offshore locations of Eurodollar make it exposed to potential country risk and economic risk.

Since the Eurodollar market is not run by any government agency its growth is hard to estimate. However, the Eurodollar

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The Mirage of the Money Printer: Why the Fed Is More PR Than Policy, Feat. Jeffrey P. Snider

The conventional wisdom is that central banks are the most important economic actors in the world. Markets hang on their every word.

Yet, what if that power has less to do with actual monetary policy and more to do with how the performance of that policy creates a self-fulfilling prophecy as market actors respond to media coverage?

Jeff Snider is the head of global research at Alhambra Investments. In this conversation, he and NLW explore:

How the Fed lost the ability to even determine what the money supply is. How the financialization in the 1980s exacerbated monetary confusion. Why the most important force in the global economy isn’t central banks but the eurodollar and shadow banking system. How the eurodollar and shadow banking sector creates a drag on real economic

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