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New York Fed: Manufacturing Activity Eased Somewhat in January but Remained Strong Overall

Manufacturing activity in the New York Federal Reserve Bank’s district eased somewhat in January but remained strong overall. In the latest Empire State Manufacturing Survey, the composite index of general... The post New York Fed: Manufacturing Activity Eased Somewhat in January but Remained Strong Overall appeared first on Shopfloor.

Euro Resurgence and QE Wind-down, US Political Dysfunction Weigh on Dollar

... the drop [in the dollar of 12% this year so far and last year] is a bit of a mystery because the Federal Reserve has been raising interest rates for the past year... Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, an online currency...Show More Summary

Taxing Money: The Goodfriend Approach to Monetary Policy

At a time when the inflation rate has been consistency been well below the Federal Reserve Board's 2.0 percent target, Donald Trump has nominated Marvin Goodfriend to fill one of the Fed's vacant governor positions. Goodfriend argues...Show More Summary

Ron Paul: "What Has QE Wrought?"

Authored by Ron Paul via The Mises Institute, The Federal Reserve has once again created an artificial and unsustainable economic bubble. Central planning still doesn't work, and the sooner we move to sound money the better. Ron Paul...Show More Summary

Wells Fargo earnings: Scandal impact lingers amid boost from federal tax law overhaul

Results included $3.25 billion litigation reserve for the bank's sale practices, mortgage-related investigations, and other matters        

Fed Paid $29.3 Billion To Banks 'Not' To Lend In 2017; Gave $80 Billion To Treasury

Authored by Anthony Saunders via SnakeHoleLounge.com, Yesterday, The New York Federal Reserve announced that it actually increased their $4.2 trillion balance sheet by $1 million rather than shrinking it. This comes on the heels of The Federal Reserve announcing that it provided $80.2 billion in payments to the US Treasury in 2017. Show More Summary

Here Comes The Debt Tsunami: Goldman Warns Treasury Issuance To More Than Double In 2019

During yesterday's surprisingly candid remarks by Bill Dudley, the second most important person in the Federal Reserve - the organization that is responsible for the third consecutive and largest ever yet asset bubble in history - said that one risk he was increasingly worried about was, drumroll, elevated asset prices. Show More Summary

National Credit Card Debt Reaches Record High—Take Steps To Lower Your Debt Now

The national credit card debt reaches record high, reports the Federal Reserve. If you're one of the many burdened by credit card debt, we have some tips to help. National Credit Card Debt Reaches Record High—Take Steps To Lower Your Debt Now appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

Key Measures Show Inflation Increased in December

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 0.3% (3.5% annualized rate) in December. The 16% trimmed-mean Consumer Price Index rose 0.2% (2.8% annualized rate) during the month. Show More Summary

Core Inflation Rises 0.3% MoM In December

I remember when Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said that inflation is just around the corner. It must be a really long street. The post Core Inflation Rises 0.3% MoM In December was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Fed Paid $29.3 Billion To Banks NOT To Lend In 2017 (Excess Reserves), Fed Earned $80.2 Billion For Treasury

Yesterday, The New York Federal Reserve announced that it actually increased their $4.2 trillion balance sheet by $1 million rather than shrinking it. This comes on the heels of The Federal Reserve announcing that it provided $80.2 billion...Show More Summary

Collaboration between scientists and stakeholders vital to climate readiness in Alaska

As a U.S. state, Alaska is unique not only for its massive size but also for its reserves of natural resources and its land management. Over 60 percent of the state is federally owned, and the majority of the remainder is either state land, university land or owned by Alaska Native corporations.

Why the Search for the New York Federal Reserve’s Next President Is a Big Deal

(AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool) New York Fed President William C. Dudley poses with a bronze statue of a bull at the Bombay Stock Exchange in Mumbai, India, on May 11, 2017. This article was originally published at the Working Economics Blog...Show More Summary

Yes, IOER Continues to be Bad Political Optics

So the Federal Reserve is reporting that interest on excess reserves (IOER) payments hit $25.9 billion in 2017. This amount is more than double the dollar size of the IOER payments in 2016 as seen below. This increase is understandable given the rise in the Fed's short-term interest rate target and the size of its balance sheet. Show More Summary

A "monetarist" perspective on current equity markets

2017 was a bumper year for global markets because economic growth strengthened, core consumer price inflation flatlined and the monetary environment remained accommodative despite Federal Reserve policy tightening. Prospects for 2018...Show More Summary

The Ugly Truth About Retirement Savings Shortfalls

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A new study notes the U.S. retirement savings shortfall is worse than even the most pessimistic onlookers may think. The study by the National Institute on Retirement Security, using data from the U.S. Federal Reserve, shows that retirement savings "are dangerously low" and that the U.S. Show More Summary

The Unbelievable Reason Den Of Thieves Was Able To Get Access To The Federal Reserve Bank

Gaining access to the actual Federal Reserve Bank in downtown Los Angeles was always going to be difficult, what with the fact that it is the home to billions upon billions of dollars.

The Swiss National Bank Made $55 Billion In Profits Last Year, More Than Apple, JPM And Berkshire

With a total return of over 22%, the S&P 500 shrugged off international and domestic strife, disappearing trading volumes and three Federal Reserve interest-rate hikes to put in its best annual performance since 2013. And while the rising...Show More Summary

In possible boon for White House, Fed ready to lay low as tax plan kicks in

By Howard Schneider and Jonathan Spicer PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers have come to view Donald Trump's tax overhaul as a short-term economic boost that will neither permanently supercharge the economy, as...Show More Summary

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