Posts tagged with: Federal Reserve

The greater fools still partying in the first-class lounge are in denial that even the greatest, most technologically advanced ship can sink....
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It’s nothing but rosy news coming from the Federal Reserve. Recently the Fed released this reassuring statement: “The banking system remains well-capitalized under even the harshest of these downside scenarios. . .” In other words, everything is just fine....
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To wind up with true hyperinflation, some very bad things have to happen. The government has to completely lose control and the populace has to completely lose faith in the system – or both at the same time. Will the...
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Testimonies provided to the Senate today disagreed with the American Bankers Association....
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For much of the past decade, the Bank of Japan – which owns about 80% of all ETFs in Japan…...
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COVID-19 has left the U.S. and global economies in tough shape. After a steep decline in economic activity that began in February, the economy added 2.5 million jobs in May. Lost in all the celebration were 295,000 more workers—and over 1 million over the...
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Stocks suffered their biggest one-day pull-back in three months on Thursday as traders grew concerned about the number of cases increasing in some states that are reopening up from lockdowns....
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“Central banks carry out a nation’s monetary policy and control its money supply, often mandated with maintaining low inflation and steady GDP growth. On a macro basis, central banks influence interest rates and participate in open market operations to control...
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The Federal Reserve held interest rates near zero on Wednesday and indicated that it expected to maintain that level until the end of 2022....
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The Federal Reserve may have stoked one of the strongest corporate debt market rallies in decades, but it’s too soon to declare an all-clear for credit with the economy facing a potentially rocky road ahead....
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