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Kansas City Fed: Manufacturing Activity Pulled Back in April from March’s Nearly Six Year Highs

The Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank said that manufacturing activity pulled back in April from March’s levels, which were the highest since March 2011. The composite index of general business...

Kansas City Fed: Regional Manufacturing Activity "Expanded at Slow Pace" in April

From the Kansas City Fed: Tenth District Manufacturing Activity Expanded at a Slower PaceThe Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City released the April Manufacturing Survey today. According to Chad Wilkerson, vice president and economist...Show More Summary

To accommodate or not: The Federal Reserve’s new normal

The Federal Reserve has raised rates twice since the 2016 US election and eyes are now on the future path of the Federal Funds rate, which depends crucially on the Fed’s view of the neutral rate of interest. This column argues that that...Show More Summary

Baltimore Millennials' "City Life" Narrative Starts To Crack

Via, In the Federal Reserve’s zero lower bound, the millennial generation in Baltimore has been flocking to the city on an illusionary premise of Baltimore’s revival. One of the largest narrative’s in Baltimore was Under Armour’s deployment of gentrification via Kevin Plank’s Sagamore Developments. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank’s $157M Fine Could Lead To Fed Stress Test Failure

Late last week, the Federal Reserve announced its decision to hand out a total of $156.6 million in fines to Deutsche Bank as a part of two enforcement actions. Notably, one of the enforcement actions was linked to the bank’s failure to prevent proprietary trading activity by its employees

Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 45 states in March

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for March 2017. Over the past three months, the indexes increased in 45 states, decreased in three, and remained stable in two, for a three-month diffusion index of 84. Show More Summary

Central Banks Are Now Printing $200 Billion Per Month... Without a Crisis

A tidal wave of inflation is rapidly moving through the financial system. Most investors only pay attention to the Federal Reserve. And they are missing the BIG PICTURE for Central Bank monetary policy. The Fed is tightening policy by hiking rates. Show More Summary

Woman to plead guilty in death of baby on reservation

A Montana woman plans to plead guilty to second-degree murder for the death of a 13-month-old girl under her care. A federal judge on Tuesday set a May 1 hearing … Click to Continue »

Richmond Fed: Manufacturers Report Continued Strong Growth

The Richmond Federal Reserve Bank said that manufacturing activity in its district continued to expand strongly, even as it pulled back slightly from the fastest rate since April 2010. The...

Goldman Sachs is sounding the alarm on a crucial barometer for the markets

What a difference a couple of months make. The year kicked off with investors again predicting this was the year Treasury bond yields would finally, after so many false starts, dart higher as the Federal Reserve raised official borrowing...Show More Summary

G. Edward Griffin: Exposing The Creature From Jekyll Island

Authored by Adam Taggart via, G. Edward Griffin, the author of the seminal book on the formation of the Federal Reserve, The Creature of Jekyll Island, joins the podcast this week to add his perspective to our ongoing...Show More Summary

The Mysterious Movements Of US Oil Production, Demand, Price, & Interest Rates

Authored by Chris Hamilton via Econimica blog, In the midst of a bursting bubble in 2008, the Federal Reserve feared deflation would spiral out of control. The Fed sought to reinstate "normal" inflation via abnormal means and what more immediate and impactful than indirectly goosing the cost of oil. Show More Summary

Dallas Fed: Manufacturers Continued to Express Expanding Activity

The Dallas Federal Reserve Bank reported that manufacturing activity expanded in April for the seventh straight month, mostly sustaining the pace seen in March. The composite index of general business...

The Fed leak scandal is giving ammunition to its harshest critics

It's a seemingly minor affair with giant implications. The Federal Reserve's well-documented leak of market-moving information to a private consulting firm Medley Global Advisors in 2012 was startling enough to trigger an unresolvedShow More Summary

US Central Bank Predicts GST Will Boost India’s GDP by Rs 6.5 Lakh Cr; But 70% of SMEs Still Not Prepared For GST

Federal Reserve System, which is US’s central banking system, has prepared a report according to which Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime will boost our GDP by 4.2%, which is Rs 6.5 lakh crore. Note here, that Rs 6.5 lakh crore is more than what India borrows, per year, from International financial organisations. Show More Summary

TIPping Points?

The Federal Reserve’s complete change last year wasn’t something that happened all at once. The post TIPping Points? was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Macro Musings Podcast: James Bullard

My latest Macro Musings podcast is with James Bullard. James is the President of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank and an accomplished economic scholar. He joined me for a great conversation on macroeconomics that covered everything from the determinants of inflation to the Fed's balance to the future path of monetary policy. Show More Summary

House GOP: Let’s listen to Alan Greenspan — and forget the financial meltdown

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Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has been widely blamed for championing deregulatory policies that critics say led to the financial crisis of 2008 and subsequent recession. Now, though, House Republican leaders are publicly touting Greenspan’s call for deregulation as the reason to...

Stanley Fischer defends the revolving door between Wall Street and the Fed —without mentioning he's part of it

Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer’s academic and policy credentials are hard to match. During his days at MIT’s economics department, he was a teacher of teacher, lecturing to Ben Bernanke, the ex-Fed chairman, and Mario Draghi,...Show More Summary

Janet Yellen’s right hand man is turning more cautious on a key decision facing the Fed

Three weeks ago, Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer was fairly certain the central bank would raise interest rates another two times this year. Now, he’s not so sure. Neither are the markets. Speaking on CNBC on March 28, Fischer...Show More Summary

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