Federal Reserve Admits Truth In Internal Memo: "Prices Continue To Rise Between 3% And 33%"
In this week’s release of the minutes from its April 29-30 meeting, Federal Reserve policymakers made clear that they see little chance of inflation moving past their 2% target for years to come.
In response to our account of the mysterious large rise in Belgium’s Treasury purchases http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2014/05/12/fed-great-deceiver-paul-craig-roberts/ , it was suggested that the transaction would show up on the Fed’s balance sheet
One of the biggest questions at the end of 2013 was how the Treasury market would react to the reduction of bond buying that would result from the Federal Reserve’s tapering campaign.
Two weeks ago, the San Fran Fed released "research" on the topic of whether "it is still worth going to college."
The Wall Street Journal appears to be saving money by dispensing with journalists and using human drop boxes instead.
Is the Fed “tapering”? Did the Fed really cut its bond purchases during the three month period November 2013 through January 2014?
These institutions are terrified of recession (translation: a reason for people to vote out the ruling party of bought-and-paid-for toadies) and the creative destruction of unfettered capitalism, which eventually wipes out leveraged speculation
Having questioned whether Tim Geithner leaked every Fed announcement to the banks during his tenure (but did not mention it in his memoirs) and shown that traders acted on information at faster than the speed of light...
The fall of the Soviet Union should have spelled the demise of central planning, yet the socialist mentality thrives — albeit in a diluted form — in all governments in the so-called “free world.”
Sovereign Man modified by Morpheus original article Wisdom from Steve Jobs on the coming system reset Hi all fans of Simon Black and Sovereign Man. I got t
Our Piketty book salon had to be rescheduled, unfortunately, but that gives you more time to finish the tome. Movie Night Monday is the just released FED UP. The Grocery Manufacturers Association really doesn’t want you to watch it.
"Are we still a capitalist democracy or have we gone over into an oligarchic form of society in which incredible economic and political power now rests with the billionaire class?" Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont socialist, asked that question of Fede
Italy’s central bank, the Banca d’Italia, has recently published an important document detailing the storage locations and composition of the country’s gold reserves. The document confirms that Italy’s gold is held across four vault locations, three
Gerald Celente, publisher and founder of the Trends Research Journal and avowed political atheist, speaks with WLW radio on April 30th.
Reflecting on the divergence between equities at all time-highs and drastically sliding bond yields, CNBC's Rick Santelli reminds that it seems bonds recognize that business cycles work in "fits and starts" and not in straight-lines as some (equity b
Bernie Sanders Inadvertently Makes the Case for Ending the Fed
Miracles It looks as though the US stock market is in the process of topping out. But if you’d bet heavily on a bear market, each time you saw one coming, you’d be broke by now. We will wait to see what happens…
People consider Federal Reserve notes, U.S. dollars, to be real money.
“I think it’s very likely that we’re seeing, in the next 12 months, an ’87-type of crash,” warns a somewhat excited sounding Marc Faber, adding that he thinks “it will be worse.”
Federal Reserve policymakers were unanimous in wanting to ditch the thresholds they had been using to telegraph a policy tightening, according to minutes of a meeting last month that shed little new light on what might prompt an interest-rate rise.
As we documented in previous articles, the gold price is driven down in the paper futures market by naked short selling by the Fed’s dependent bullion banks.
Monetary policy affects the lives of everyone, and most people are unaware of how their nations make financial decisions. The Federal Reserve was formed in 1913. This private group of bankers publicly states that they stabilize economic shifts. Criti
Two brief observations on incipient shifts in powerful Narratives ...
Coroners in London are preparing to investigate two apparent suicides as unexpected deaths by finance workers around the world have raised concerns about mental health and stress levels in the industry.
On Wednesday Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen stated the U.S. Central Bank would likely end it’s bond-buying program by the fall and begin raising interest rates in the first half of 2015.
"As the dust settles in Kiev, another money trail has been revealed…
Will this be the year when the Fed's quantitative easing program finally ends?
Janet Yellen’s task today was to move the Fed’s goalpost without anyone realizing that she is motivated by weakness in the economy.
The Federal Open Market Committee's statement for March is out.