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Gary Cohn Is The Leading Candidate To Replace Janet Yellen: Beacon

Several months ago, when it was still conventional wisdom that Trump wanted to replace Janet Yellen - at least until Trump's famous WSJ interview in which he flipped on this and various other issues - with a hawk once her turn runs out...Show More Summary

You Got Trumped! Trump not yellin’ about Yellen anymore!

The following article by David Haggith was published on The Great Recession Blog : Having castigated Janet Yellen for keeping interest rates artificially low in order to help the Obama Administration keep a Democrat in the White House,...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

Paul Tudor Jones Says U.S. Stocks Should ‘Terrify' Janet Yellen

The legendary macro trader says that years of low interest rates have bloated stock valuations to a level not seen since 2000, right before the Nasdaq tumbled 75 percent over two-plus years. That measure -- the value of the stock market relative to the size of the economy -- should be "terrifying" to a central banker... Show More Summary

Paul Tudor Jones Has A Message For Janet Yellen: "Be Terrified"

Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones has a message for Janet Yellen and investors: Be very afraid. Echoing a number of recent high profile managers' warnings... Guggenheim Partner’s Scott Minerd said he expected a "significant correction"...Show More Summary

"Hell To Pay"

Authored by Economic Prism's MN Gordon, via Acting-Man.com, Behind the Curve Economic nonsense comes a dime a dozen. For example, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen “think(s) we have a healthy economy now.” She even told the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy so earlier this week. Show More Summary

CIA Director Accuses Wikileaks Of Being A "Hostile Intelligence Service"

And so Donald Trump flips on yet another issue. One day after the President reversed his core stance on a broad range of policies including the US Dollar, interest rates, the futures of Janet Yellen, the Ex-Im bank, the obsolescenceShow More Summary

Janet Yellen Is The Second Worst Dove In History

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, The market was sent for a spin yesterday afternoon after President Trump told the Wall Street Journal the U.S. dollar “is getting too strong” and he would prefer the Federal Reserve keep interest rates low. Show More Summary

Yellen's Setting Up the Markets For Their Third Fed-Caused Crash

Janet Yellen is playing with matches next to a $20 Trillion Debt Bomb. During her speech at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy in Michigan, Yellen stated that the biggest risk to monetary policy is for the Fed to “get behindShow More Summary

The Illusion Of Liquidity

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, I thought the following quote from Janet Yellen’s Q&A at the University Of Michigan this week was interesting regarding the lessons I thought were learned from the financial crisis. “First,...Show More Summary

Why Trump might keep Yellen

Many commenters have taken it as a given that Trump will replace Janet Yellen next year.  I certainly think that’s possible, but I’ve also argued that he might reappoint Yellen.  Now that seems a bit more likely: Mr Trump has been highly critical of Ms Yellen in the past, saying that the Fed’s low interest […]

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SOX, QQQ, DIA, SNAP)

Here is what you need to know. Trump says Yellen may stay on as Fed chair after her term expires. President Donald Trump told the Wall Street Journal that Fed Chair Janet Yellen is "not toast" and that it was too early to say whether or not he would ask Yellen to stay in the role after her term expires in 2018. Trump talks down the dollar. Show More Summary

In Case You Are Keeping Track at Home, NATO is In, Russia is Out, the Ex-Im Bank is In, Labelling China a Currency Manipulator is Out, and Janet Yellen is TBD

I’m happy with most of these changes, but has there ever been a president who is so blatantly and thoroughly up for grabs? Trump Switches Positions on NATO, Russia, Ex-Im Bank, China Currency, and Janet Yellen

Trump Flips On Four Campaign Positions In One Day: NATO, Janet Yellen, Chinese Currency, The EXIM Bank

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On NATO: Trump said NATO is “no longer obsolete” during a Wednesday press conference with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, backtracking on his past criticism of the alliance. During the campaign, he frequently called the organization...Show More Summary

Trump says Yellen is 'not toast' as Fed chair and that she could stay on after her term expires in 2018

Janet Yellen may not be done as the Federal Reserve chair just yet. President Donald Trump told The Wall Street Journal that he was undecided to bring Yellen back as Fed Chair after her term expires in 2018, saying she is "not toast." "I like her, I respect her," Trump said. Show More Summary

Yellen's Self-Serving Assessment: Fed Is "Doing Pretty Well"

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, Now that the bubbles have been blown (but still remain invisible to the Fed), Fed Chair Janet Yellen Yellen conveniently pats herself and the Fed on the back for a job piss-poorly done. Her self-serving assessment is the Fed is “doing pretty well”. Show More Summary

The dollar is dipping

The US dollar is dipping on Tuesday morning. The index is down by 0.2% at 100.84 at 7:49 a.m. ET. After Monday's close, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said that the Fed is focused on allowing the economy to maintain its gains. "Before, we had...Show More Summary

YELLEN: The Fed is focused on allowing the economy to 'coast and remain on an even keel'

Eight years after the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, the Federal Reserve is focused on allowing the economy to maintain its gains from the recovery, according to Chair Janet Yellen. Yellen spoke Monday at an event...Show More Summary

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