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New York Fed chief to retire next year

William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and a key ally of Fed Chair Janet Yellen, will retire in mid-2018, creating another opening in the top ranks of decision-making at... To view the full story, click the title link.

N.Y. Fed chief Dudley, a key Yellen ally, is retiring next year

William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and a key ally of Fed chief Janet L. Yellen, will retire in mid-2018, creating another opening in the top ranks of decision-making at the nation's central bank. The New York Fed's announcement Monday followed President Trump's nomination...

William Dudley, New York Fed President, Is Expected to Retire

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Mr. Dudley, who led the regional bank in the wake of the financial crisis, is a vocal proponent of improving the “culture” at big banks.

The U.S. Economic Outlook and the Implications for Monetary Policy

The U.S. Economic Outlook and the Implications for Monetary Policy William C. Dudley, President and Chief Executive Officer Remarks at Money Marketeers of New York University, New York City September 07, 2017       Good evening.  ItShow More Summary

In Defense of Dudley

(September 9, 2017 02:28 PM, by David Henderson) Looking for Bastiat's Broken Window Fallacy Where There Isn't One. A libertarian friend on Facebook linked to this two-minute interview of William Dudley, president of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, and claimed that Dudley was subscribing to Frederic Bastiat's... (0 COMMENTS)

Goldman Sachs is infiltrating the Fed in ways that most people haven't noticed

Since when do underlings get to chime in on who their next boss should be? That’s just what William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, did in an interview with the Associated Press this week. His fairly strong...Show More Summary

Retail Sales, Dudley, Wages

Some quick thoughts for the day. First, New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley gave an extended interview to the Associate Press. Definitely worth the time to read. Overall, Dudley continues to adhere to what amounts to the Fed's median...

STOCKS GO NOWHERE: Here's what you need to know

The major equity indexes closed little changed on Tuesday. The US dollar index rose to its strongest level of this month after Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley talked up a September announcement on the Fed's balance sheet. Show More Summary

Fed Watch: Retail Sales, Dudley, Wages

Tim Duy: Retail Sales, Dudley, Wages, by Tim Duy: Some quick thoughts for the day. First, New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley gave an extended interview to the Associate Press. Definitely worth the time to read. Some highlights: 1.)...

Dudely Warns "Market's Rate Hike Expectations Are Unreasonable" Sending Yields, Dec. Odds Higher

One day after the 5th consecutive miss in US CPI, NY Fed President William Dudley threw currency and eurodollar traders for another loop when he said on Monday that it was not "unreasonable" to think that the central bank would begin...Show More Summary

Clarity Or Confusion At The Fed

Authored by 720Global's Michael Lebowitz via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, “Are you kidding? Are you kidding? No one knows what you’re doing.” – Economist John Taylor in response to William Dudley’s (President Federal Reserve Bank of New...Show More Summary

New York Fed President Bill Dudley wants to raise rates for all the wrong reasons

William Dudley, president of the powerful Federal Reserve Bank of New York and a former Goldman Sachs partner, is pushing a dangerous economic idea. He argued in a speech this week that the Fed is forced to continue raising interestShow More Summary

NY Fed’s Dudley: “Remain Calm!! All Is Well! Flattening Yield Curve Is NOT A Bad Sign For The Economy!!”

The New York Fed’s President and CEO William (Bill) Dudley just uttered one of the silliest statements of all time at a business forum in Plattsburgh, New York. The post NY Fed’s Dudley: “Remain Calm!! All Is Well! Flattening Yield Curve Is NOT A Bad Sign For The Economy!!” was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Federal Reserve president says college debt is killing the economy — and that it’s time to consider making tuition free

8 months agoNews : The Raw Story

NY Fed President Says It May Be Time To Talk About Free College Tuition New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley said Monday it may be time to consider making college tuition free because of the impact of student debt on the economy. Dudley said during a press briefing the burden of...

Will The Fed Dump Bonds In The Open Market?

According to William Dudley, the president of the Federal Reserve bank of New York, we might see the Federal Reserve reducing the size of its balance sheet sooner rather than later. Whilst Dudley seemed to have been hinting at just letting...Show More Summary

Fed Watch: More on Dudley

Tim Duy: More on Dudley, by Tim Duy: Following up on my piece this morning at Bloomberg, it is worth going into a little deeper detail on New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley’s comments. I think in this interview...

Here comes the Beige Book ...

The Federal Reserve will at 2 p.m. ET. publish its latest compilation of viewpoints on the economy in its Beige Book. It is a busy week for Fed news. William Dudley of the New York Fed and Dallas Fed President Kevin Kaplan earlier spoke...Show More Summary

March Hike Odds Soar Above 70% After Hawkish Assault From Dudley, Williams

Update: the March odds continue to surge and are now at 72% and rising. The Fed is really doing its best to convince the market that a March rate hike is coming, and it seems to be working. First, it was Philly Fed president PatrickShow More Summary

Tech is outpacing Wall Street for job growth in NYC

Tech is leaping past Wall Street in New York.  The tech industry is creating more jobs than the finance sector. William Dudley, the president of the New York Federal Reserve, said the technology industry was stepping in where finance...Show More Summary

Wall Street is no longer New York City's biggest job engine

Wall Street is no longer New York City's biggest job engine. The city counted on the finance sector to fuel economic growth during recoveries and expansions in the past, said New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley, in a speech...Show More Summary

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