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Is The Fed Poised To Ignite A Violent Dollar Rally?

As ther world waits with bated breath for Janet Yellen's statement this afternoon - whiche is uniformly expected to be a nothing-burger, some are wondering if the recent flip-floppery by Yellen, Draghi (and even Kuroda with his 'actual'...Show More Summary

Trump says Yellen and Cohn possible Fed chair picks: WSJ

(Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump named on Tuesday two possible candidates to run the Federal Reserve over the next few years: current Fed Chair Janet Yellen and Trump's economic adviser Gary Cohn, according to an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Show More Summary

Trump floats Gary Cohn for Fed chief — or maybe he'll keep Janet Yellen

President Trump said Tuesday that he's considering either re-nominating Janet L. Yellen for a second term as Fed chief or replacing her with someone else, possibly Gary Cohn, who leads his National Economic Council. Trump said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that he has a “lot of respect”...

Trump: Cohn, Yellen Are Top Fed Chair Contenders, "Two Or Three Other Candidates"

In a continuation of the same WSJ interview, in which president Trump once again slammed Jeff Sessions, Trump laid out his current thoughts on who, if anyone, will replace Janet Yellen when her terms runs out next February. That said,...Show More Summary

Trump says Janet Yellen in running to stay as Fed chair: WSJ

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U.S. President Donald Trump said he was considering renominating Janet Yellen as Fed chairperson, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday. Trump said he was also considering White House economic adviser Gary Cohn for the job, the Journal reported. Trump...

Trump weighs re-nominating Yellen or choosing Cohn instead

President Donald Trump says he's considering either re-nominating Janet Yellen for a second term as Fed chair or replacing her with someone else, possibly Gary Cohn, who leads his National … Click to Continue »

Warning: the Biggest Trend of the Next 12 Months Has Hit

The single biggest trend for the next year or so will be the collapse of the $USD. The fact is that the Fed will be forced to walk back its hawkishness. Indeed, this process has already begun with Janet Yellen testifying before Congress...Show More Summary

Janet Yellen and the Coming Collapse of the US Dollar

Janet Yellen has confirmed that the ($USD) is going to collapse. I don’t mean a systemic, going to zero, collapse (though one day the $USD, like all fiat currencies will fail). I mean that the $USD is going to drop hard in the coming 18+ months. How hard? I believe we’ll see the $USD in the 80s sometime in 2018. Show More Summary

What are Central Bankers so Terrified of?

Central Bankers are absolutely terrified. In the last month, both Fed President Janet Yellen and ECB President Mario Draghi have issued somewhat hawkish statements, only to turn around within 48 hours and walk back their comments. Again,...Show More Summary

Editorials from around Pennsylvania

Editorials from around Pennsylvania: RESTRICT SUBPRIME LENDING, July 17 Interest rates will be allowed to continue rising, but gradually, later this year, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told members of … Click to Continue »

What does it mean when the Fed says it should ‘normalize’?

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks during a news conference after a two-day Federal Open Market Committee  meeting in Washington in March 2017. Photo by REUTERS/Yuri Gripas Editor’s note: Cutting taxes while beefing up the military. Show More Summary

How to Profit When the $217 Trillion Global Debt Bubble Bursts

While in London recently at an exchange with British Academy President Lord Nicholas Stern, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen really let the cat out of the bag. She told Stern that banks are now "very much stronger," with another financial...Show More Summary

A one-word change in Yellen's remarks could have big implications for interest rates

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's increasing concern over low and falling inflation helped US stock markets hit record highs last week. Yellen testified before Congress for two days, and Wall Street found enough concern that inflation...Show More Summary

Gerald Epstein: If Yellen is Out, What’s Next for the Fed?

Fed Chair Janet Yellen dodged a recent question about whether she'd accept a second term--although it's unlikely Trump will re-appoint her.

Janet Yellen went to Congress and got grilled about the Fed's leaks and secret speeches

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen needs to get her story straight. Yellen faced a tough grilling on the central bank’s ethics and communications policies during congressional testimony from Rep. Ann Wagner. Wagner laid out a numberShow More Summary

O Inflation, Inflation! Wherefore Art Thou Inflation?

A lot of eyes were on Janet Yellen’s testimony in front of the Senate Banking committee last week, as investors wanted to hear more clues about a potential change in the economic and monetary policy of the Federal Reserve. People seemed...Show More Summary

Global Stocks Soared $1.5 Trillion This Week - Now 102% Of World GDP

Thanks, it seems, to a few short words from Janet Yellen, the world's stock markets added over $1.5 trillion to wealthy people's net worth this week, sending global market cap to record highs. The value of global equity markets reached a record high $76.28 trillion yesterday, up a shocking 18.6% since President Trump was elected. Show More Summary

In Case You Missed It — July 15, 2017

Dear friends,  Janet Yellen headed for the Hill this past week for what could be her last appearance before Congress. Of course, that prompted me to grace sweltering Manhattan with my presence to chime in and opine on her viewpoint of the world. Show More Summary

Ron Paul Warns "Cashless Society" Is About "Authoritarians Clinging To Power"

The global dollar-based monetary system is in serious jeopardy, according to former Texas Congressman Ron Paul. And contrary to Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s assurances that there won’t be another major crisis in our lifetime, the next...Show More Summary

Doug Noland: Yellen on Inflation

;Janet Yellen acknowledged… that the US’s persistently subdued inflation could raise questions about the Federal Reserve’s current path of gradually raising interest rates and vowed to watch prices ‘very closely’ for signs they were stagnating. The post Doug Noland: Yellen on Inflation was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

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