It's all over now except the shouting about Obamacare repeal and replace, but that's not the half of it.
Since the Fed began raising interest rates in December 2015, financial market liquidity conditions have loosened considerably. Recall our post, Orwellian Monetary Policy, which we wrote in May.
Deutsche: The Fed Has Created "Universal Basic Income For The Rich" And Now It Can't Get Out
This morning, we are wondering: How dumb is the Fed? The question was prompted by this comment by former Fed insider Chris Whalen at The Institutional Risk Analyst blog...
Soon after his appearance, it emerged that the individual is a friend of a cryptocurrency trader who tweets under the handle CryptoEthan. He posted a picture of the person -soon known as the "Bitcoin Sign Guy" - who, in addition to holding up th
As Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen testified before Congress today, one attendee had some attention-grabbing advice: buy bitcoin.
Colin Cantrell (Nexus Developer) on the digital currency; the future of blockchain; Nexus Conference Septr 21st-23rd 2017 in Aspen - Tim Picciott (The Libertarian Advisor) on The Fed selling off it's balance sheet - Dave Hodges (The Common Sense Show
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently predicted that, thanks to the regulations implemented after the 2008 market meltdown, America would not experience another economic crisis "in our lifetimes."
23 SHARES Twitter Facebook Reddit Fed Chair Janet Yellen's prepared remarks confirm her previous stance that they will keep normalizing their policy stance (no matter what), bringing forward the timeline for unwinding the balance sheet, and
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently predicted that, thanks to the regulations implemented after the 2008 market meltdown, America would not experience another economic crisis "in our lifetimes." Yellen's statement should send shivers do
After the 2013 "reflation" selloff, it took just about two years for the treasury market to revisit (10s) the 2013 lows (rates).
Time and time again, the Fed sows seeds of the next financial crisis in actions it takes to mitigate the previous financial crisis that it caused.
With all the talk of central bank hawkishness in the last week, one might assume there was some inflation to point to. It is quite the opposite. It is one thing to talk about inflation being below the Fed's target of 2%, it is an entirely different