Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer said in a speech at the annual Jackson Hole, Wyoming, central bankers’ symposium that U.S. inflation was likely to rebound, allowing rates to rise gradually. Investors will keep a sharp eye on the Labor Department’s monthly jobs report on Friday, which will be the last one before the Fed meets
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer isn't too concerned about low inflation. Fischer has been saying for weeks, including this past weekend at the Economic Symposium in Jackson Hole, that inflation has been running under the...Show More Summary
The U.S Federal Reserve Vice Chairman, Stanley Fischer, spoke yesterday at the Kansas City Fed’s annual retreat in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He underpinned the necessity for the Fed to proceed cautiously in normalizing the stance of monetary policy, and reiterated that the entire path of interest rates matters more than the particular timing of the
JACKSON HOLE, WYO. — They converged last week on a red barn here in the shadows of the Grand Tetons, a small but passionate group of free market thinkers and conservative activists hoping to convince the Republican Party that the Federal Reserve is ruining the economy. That message is easily lost amid the latest Iowa poll numbers, […]
This post is an excerpt from the Pro Trader and Monthly Investor MacroLiquidity report. Subscriber links are below the text. The FOMC meeting minutes are a key instrument of official Fed propaganda. They show how the Fed wants you to view policy. Show More Summary
U.S. Inflation Developments Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Symposium, Jackson Hole, Wyoming August 29, 2015 I am delighted to be here in Jackson Hole in the company of such distinguished panelists and such a distinguished group of participants. I will focus my remarks today on forces–domestic and international–that...Read More
Submitted by Bill Frezza via The Daily Caller, Will Fed chief Janet Yellen pull the trigger to raise interest rates in September or not? Only the soothsayers at Jackson Hole know for sure. But while the world awaits the decision, ponder this. Show More Summary
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Submitted by Jeffrey Snider via Alhambra Investment Partners, The Jackson Hole gathering may end up providing at least some clarification, but not even close to the manner in which everyone seems intent on inferring. With Janet Yellen’s...Show More Summary
On the other hand, doves of the Fed think the market volatility is a sign that inflation is going to remain low and there is no reason to rush in and increase. On Friday, Fischer hinted that a rate hike was still a possibility in September despite widespread concerns about recent turmoil in stock markets.
Fischer’s remarks at the global central banking conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming suggest the Fed could look beyond a week of stock market turmoil brought on by persistent fears that China’s economy is faltering. Name SearchWatch Service’>Stanley Fischer is commanding top attention, with investors eagerly parsing his every word. But he indicated the issue was
John Daly is lucky to be alive after he collapsed Saturday during a Jackson, Miss., area golf tournament. Daly passed out on the 18th hole at Deefield Golf Club while competing in a small event, including several friends. He was eventually...Show More Summary
Will they or won't they? That is the big question for the Federal Reserve for the next 16 days.
A powerful combination of people has finally come together to present a real challenge to the Federal Reserve’s death grip over monetary policy. Every year, the Federal Reserve holds an
After a week of market upheaval and speculation about whether the Federal Reserve will raise rates, WSJ chief economics correspondent Jon Hilsenrath discusses three takeaways from the Fed’s annual meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Despite myriad of signs that say inflation is low, staying low, and perhaps going lower, Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer is sanguine about price stability. "Given the apparent stability of inflation expectations, there is good reason...Show More Summary
The tone of the Kansas City Fed's Economic Symposium in Jackson Hole was hawkish. In other words, the consensus at this gathering of world central bankers is that the Fed should feel free to begin tightening monetary policy with rate...Show More Summary
Here is what you need to know. It sounds like the Fed can't wait to raise rates. Fed vice chairman Stanley Fischer participated in a panel at the Kansas City Fed's Jackson Hole Symposium over the weekend. Fischer suggested, "Given the...Show More Summary
John Daly played golf on Sunday, and that's remarkable because he spent Saturday night in a Jackson, Miss., area hospital with a collapsed lung. The two-time major winner collapsed on Saturday at the 18th hole during a local golf tournament at Deerfield Golf Club. Show More Summary
There has been obsessive chatter about whether the Federal Reserve will, or should, raise interest rates this fall. At the Fed's annual end-of-summer gabfest at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the issue was topic A. Advocates of a rate hike make the following claims: Very low rates were necessary when the economy was deep in recession. Show More Summary