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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

Volcker and Peterson: Ignoring the Lack of Demand Problem

Former Federal Reserve Board Chair Paul Volcker and private equity billionaire Peter Peterson had a NYT column this morning complaining that not enough attention is being paid to the national debt. The piece uses wrong-headed economics...Show More Summary

What's Up This Week? Earnings Galore, Fed Speakers Abound And More Data Points Ahead

The pace of Federal Reserve speakers out this week are coupled with a handful of data points that some analysts say may have high impact on the stock markets, the dollar, and, yes, the Fed’s decision on whether to raise interest rates. Monday’s agenda is jammed packed with Fed speakers, including [...]

AEP: Fed risks repeating Lehman blunder as US recession storm gathers

The risk of a US recession next year is rising fast. The Federal Reserve has no margin for error. Liquidity is suddenly drying up. Early warning indicators from US 'flow of funds' data point to an incipent squeeze, the long-feared capitulation after five successive quarters of declining corporate profits. Show More Summary

Fed's Williams: Raising Rates Sooner Than Later Would be Good

``San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams on Friday redoubled his call for gradual rate hikes "sooner than later," saying that waiting too long to do so could end up forcing sharp rate hikes that could choke economic growth.'' -- Williams, regrettably, probably has no sway against the market's inherent weakness and instability...

The Federal Reserve Is Hillary Clinton's Secret Weapon

Submitted by Tommy Behnke via The Mises Institute, Say what you want about Donald J. Trump, but he is correct about one thing: the Federal Reserve has, with near certainty, been holding interest rates down for political purposes — namely,...Show More Summary

Albert Einstein Bronze Statue in Washington, D.C.

Just steps away from the Vietnam Memorial, Federal Reserve and State Department, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) has some of the most respectable real estate in Washington, D.C. It also has one of the District's most beloved statues,...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

Under pressure, U.S. Federal Reserve takes baby steps toward a more transparent and inclusive era

Governor Jerome Powell at an open Federal Reserve meeting in Washington. Kevin Lamarque / Reuters June 23, 2015

The Three Ways in Which the Post-Korean War Federal Reserve Reacts to/Leads Large Increases in the Unemployment Rate

In "Eisenhower" episodes, the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates slowly and shallowly as the unemployment rises, trusting to the equilibrium-restoring self-stabilizing forces of the economy. It then raises interest rates as the economy recovers. In "murder" episodes, the Federal Reserve kills the expansion in order to fight inflation....

Here's one mistake Alan Greenspan made while he was Federal reserve chairman

Two years after Alan Greenspan left his nearly 20-year tenure as Federal Reserve Chairman in 2006, one of the biggest financial downturns in history occurred. "Greenspan went from hero when he was Chairman to zero after the [2008] crisis," said Sebastian Mallaby, author of a new biography about Greenspan, titled The Man Who Knew. Video provided by TheStreet        

Federal Reserve Admits it Never Knew What it was Doing

The following article by David Haggith was published first on The Great Recession Blog : The Federal Reserve is, at last, acknowledging at top levels and in fairly clear language that its economists are completely baffled, its recovery...Show More Summary

US economy grows a bit faster in September, Fed says

U.S. economic growth accelerated slightly as summer ended and fall began, supported by modest hiring, an uptick in consumer spending, and steady homebuilding, according to the Federal Reserve. The Fed's … Click to Continue »

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

Here comes the Beige Book ... (SPY, SPX, DJI, IXIC, TLT, TLO, USD, DXY)

At 2 p.m. ET, the Federal Reserve will publish its latest Beige Book. The release is full of so-called 'anecdata:' anecdotes from the Fed's 12 districts that reflect how the local economies are doing and can add some color to the economic...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...

Fischer Says Fed Needs Help Regarding Low-Rate Risks

What Message Was Embedded In Fischer’s Entire Speech? Human beings tend to look for data that supports their personal bias. This concept applies to interpreting information coming from the Federal Reserve. It would be easy to find portions of Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer’s remarks that support the case for raising rates as well as the [...]

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