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Uber-Dovish Fed Is In Denial Over Coming Crisis

US Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew speaks to U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen while waiting to take a group photo during the 2016 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund Headquarters and the World Bank Group on October 6, 2016 in Washington, DC. Global finance leaders publicly confronted the [...]

Bank Of England Confirms: Debt Issuance Levels Tripled Since Quantitative Easing

The problem with Quantitative Easing is that it works in practice but it doesn’t work in theory’, dixit Ben Bernanke, previous chairman of the Federal Reserve. And he isn’t wrong because these special ‘tricks’ generally don't have the desired effect without creating negative consequences. Show More Summary

Turn A Rate Hike Into A Gain With This Stock

The Federal Reserve has been teasing the market with an interest rate hike for most of the last five years. Finally, it looks like the most powerful central bank in the world is finally ready to make

Fed's Beige Book: "Most Districts indicated a modest or moderate pace of expansion"

Fed's Beige Book "Prepared at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas based on information collected on or before October 7, 2016. "Reports from the twelve Federal Reserve Districts suggest national economic activity continued to expand during the reporting period from late August to early October. Show More Summary

NUCLEAR Levels of QE Are Coming… The Markets Are About to “Get It”

The Central Banks are going to go absolutely nuclear within the next 18 months. In the last few weeks we’ve seen the Bank of Japan, the Bank of England, the European Central, and the US Federal Reserve all push for fiscal stimulus instead...Show More Summary

9 Regional Feds Ask For Rate-Hike - Same As Prior To Last December's Hike

While the probability of a November rate-hike has collapsed to just 8.5% (as Dec holda round 65%) it appears regional Federal Reserves have a very different perspective of when Janet should hike. Nine of the Fed’s 12 regional banks sought...Show More Summary

Yellen Poses Important Post-Great Recession Macroeconomic Questions

Nick Bunker: Yellen poses important post-Great Recession macroeconomic questions: Last week at a Federal Reserve Bank of Boston conference, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen gave a speech on macroeconomics research in the wake of the Great Recession. She... lists...

Key Measures Show Inflation close to 2% in September

The Cleveland Fed released the median CPI and the trimmed-mean CPI this morning:According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, the median Consumer Price Index rose 0.2% (2.1% annualized rate) in September. The 16% trimmed-mean Consumer Price Index also rose 0.2% (2.1% annualized rate) during the month. Show More Summary

Q. and A. With Eric Rosengren: The Danger of Low Unemployment

The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston explains the seemingly odd concern of having too many people who are employed.

What I've been doing

Today and tomorrow, I am attending this conference at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Papers and some videos available at the link.

The Fed Destroyed US Boomers' Retirement Dreams

US Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew speaks to U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen while waiting to take a group photo during the 2016 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund Headquarters and the World Bank Group on October 6, 2016 in Washington, DC. Global finance leaders publicly confronted the [...]

Fischer on Low Interest Rates

Low Interest Rates Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer 40th Annual Central Banking Seminar, FRBNY, October 5, 2016       I would like to thank the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for establishing this seminar 40 years ago and for maintaining it since then. Show More Summary

Citi Should Worry About the End of Central Banking Instead of Yellen

Via The Daily Bell Citi Is Worried About the Political Winds Blowing Against Yellen … A premature exit? … Citigroup Inc. on Tuesday posed an unspeakable question: will a political storm sweep Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen afterShow More Summary

UBS: Buy gold! (GLD, GLX)

UBS wants you to buy gold. As long as the Federal Reserve sees no reason to raise interest rates in a hurry, gold should do well, according to strategists at the bank's Chief Investment Office Wealth Management Research arm. They see...Show More Summary

DRAFT: Did Macroeconomic Policy Play a Different Role in the (Post-2009) Recovery?

J. Bradford DeLong U.C. Berkeley October 15, 2016 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston 60th Economic Conference The Elusive “Great” Recovery: Causes and Implications for Future Business Cycle Dynamics Abstract: How has macroeconomic policy been different in this recovery? In banking and regulatory policy, it has been distinguished from earlier patterns—or...

FED MEMBERS: Our low-interest rate policy may be hurting the economy

It appears there has been a significant shift inside the Federal Reserve. In the minutes for the central bank's Federal Open Markets Committee September meeting, several higher-ups at the Fed hinted that the policy of historically low...Show More Summary

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

Stocks ticked up ever so slightly on Wednesday after the release of the Federal Reserve's September meeting minutes, which showed that the central bank appears to be close to hiking interest rates. We've got all the headlines, but first,...Show More Summary

Wells Fargo, Deutsche Bank woes seen a bigger issue for bank investors than Fed policy

``While investors continue to eye the Federal Reserve's interest-rate policies for the impact they could have on the financial sector, a pair of company-specific news stories, involving Wells Fargo & Co. and Deutsche Bank AG have overshadowed that factor of late for many investors, and could be a primary driver for the sector over coming months.''

Don’t Forget To Optimize The Return On Your Savings

Data by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (FRED) reports the national average on non-jumbo money market accounts deposits (i.e. less than $100,000) is a miserly 0.08%. It’s only marginally higher for jumbo deposits at 0.12%. CD rates have also plummeted. The current national rates for CDs are only 0.22% for 1-year, 0.49% for 3-year and 0.78% Read More...

Ray Dalio’s Long-Term Debt Cycle Charts

The following speech was delivered by Ray Dalio of Bridgewater at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s 40th Annual Central Banking Seminar on Wednesday, October 5, 2016. ~~~ It is both an honor and a very special opportunity for me...Show More Summary

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