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MORGAN STANLEY: Helicopter money may be the next step for Britain

Britain's vote to leave the European Union could lead to the introduction of the most unconventional of monetary policies — helicopter money — in the UK, according to economists at Morgan Stanley. In a new note titled simply "Out into...Show More Summary

Yes, the Federal Reserve Has a Diversity Problem

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently appeared before the Senate Banking Committee to deliver the Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress. A handful of Senators queried Yellen as to the lack of diversity among both the...Show More Summary

Fed Warns on Commercial Real Estate, Stock Valuations

``Valuations in commercial real estate "appear increasingly vulnerable to negative shocks, as CRE prices have continued to outpace rental income," the Fed said in its semiannual Monetary Policy Report to Congress. The Fed noted thatShow More Summary

Guest Contribution: “The Effects of Unconventional and Conventional U.S. Monetary Policy: The Role of Expected Inflation”

Today we are pleased to present a guest contribution by Yi Zhang, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This post draws upon this paper. Since 1982, the Fed has targeted the federal funds rate as the primary instrument of monetary policy. But from late 2008 onward, the federal funds rate has been effectively bound […]

U.S. policymakers, companies see a Brexit hurting investment, profits

By David Lawder and Howard Schneider WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A vote by Britons to leave the European Union on Thursday may not drag the United States into recession, but its effects on U.S. monetary policy, trade and corporate profits are causing concern in Washington D.C. Show More Summary

Did Bank Of Japan's Kuroda Just "Capitulate" Too?

First it was The Fed's Janet Yellen coming "as close to capitulation on monetary policy's lack of efficacy," and now The Bank of Japan's Kuroda appears to have had an epiphany. In a stream of truth-filled consciousness unheard of for...Show More Summary

And Now Jose Canseco: "Brexit Will Crater The UK Into A Recession And The Pound Will Do A 25% Faceplant"

Back in February, in the aftermath of the BOJ's shocking foray into negative rates, an unexpected monetary policy pundit emerged when none other than famous baseball slugger Jose Canseco said that NIRP in Japan is "blowing my mind" A...Show More Summary

S&P Analyst Admits: Central Banks Have Destroyed Any Chance Of Fiscal Reform

We have said for many years that accommodative monetary policy completely removes the burden from politicians that would require them to actually make difficult decisions around fiscal reforms, and now Standard & Poor's is saying the...Show More Summary

FEDERAL RESERVE WARNS: Stocks are looking expensive (SPX, SPY, QQQ, DIA)

The Fed thinks the stock market is looking a tad on the expensive side. As part of Chair Yellen's testimony to the US Senate Tuesday, the Federal Reserve released the Monetary Policy Report and highlighted a worrying trend in the price...Show More Summary

Fed Warns Stocks Are "Vulnerable", Forward Valuations "Well Above" Norms

In what we are sure will be aggressively spun by the mainstream media, The Fed's full monetary policy report dropped a notable tapebomb this morning... FED: STOCKS' FORWARD P/E RATIOS WELL ABOVE THREE-DECADE MEDIAN FED: STOCKS VULNERABLE...Show More Summary

Here comes Janet Yellen ... (TLT, TLO, USD, DXY, SPY, SPX, DJI, IXIC, IWIM)

Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen is about to start the first of her two-day semi-annual testimony on Capitol Hill. After she delivers opening remarks on monetary policy and the economy, she will field questions from members of the Senate Banking Committee for a couple of hours. Show More Summary

Fed officials try to understand why they cannot keep raising rates

FOUR times a year the meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee, the Federal Reserve board that sets monetary policy, concludes with a special flourish: a press conference, and the publication of the members’ economic projections...

Schedule for Week of June 19, 2016

The key economic reports this week are New and Existing Home Sales for May.Fed Chair Janet Yellen will deliver the Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday. ----- Monday, June 20th ----- No economic releases are scheduled. Show More Summary

It’s Bullard

James Bullard has always been one of my favorite Fed Presidents, and that’s even more true after his recent comments on monetary policy: The U.S. economy may only need one rate hike for as long as 2-1/2 years and the Federal Reserve is eroding its credibility by indicating otherwise, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard […]

Austerity Kills! Bank Of Greece Admits "Greeks' Health Deteriorating, Life Expectancy Shrinks"

Via, The economic crisis and the strict austerity bound to the Greek bailout agreement kills. They kill Greeks. The Bank of Greece may not write it in such a melodramatic way on its Monetary Policy Report 2015-2016. Show More Summary

Steven Pearlstein Wants You to Lose Your Job

That's right, he's upset that the Federal Reserve Board didn't raise interest rates this week. He tells readers: "Until a year or two ago, there was good reason for the Fed to continue with its extraordinary monetary policy. But with the U.S. Show More Summary

We Break Down the Dumbest Trade on Wall Street (Video)

By EconMatters Janet Yellen is encouraging Investors and Traders to make poor decisions in the market - we break down the stupidity she is encouraging via bad Fed Monetary Policy. © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle

Why the Fed Didn't Change Interest Rates

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged on Wednesday and signaled it still planned to raise rates twice in 2016, though it said slower economic growth would crimp the pace of monetary policy tightening...Show More Summary

BOJ seen keeping policy steady despite yen's rise, weak inflation

By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan is expected to keep monetary policy steady on Thursday even as volatile financial markets, sluggish global growth and anaemic inflation keep policymakers under pressure to do more to reflate the economy out of stagnation. Show More Summary

One Fed official thinks the Fed should raise rates one more time in 2016, hold rates steady until 2018, and then ¯\_(?)_/¯

This is odd. Along with the Federal Reserve's latest monetary policy statement (in which the Fed kept rates pegged at 0.25%-0.50%), the Fed also submitted its latest "dot plot," which is a forecast from each of the Fed's 17 members. But...Show More Summary

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