RTD Ep:46 “The FED Is Walking A Tightrope” – Charles Hugh Smith

Sep 23, 2016 | Economic Collapse, Financial Literacy, Monetary Education, News

 

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In this interview we discuss:

1. What are some major concerns on Charles Hugh Smith’s mind as we approach the end of 2016?
2. What his thoughts are on the FOMC recent decision?
3. What his thoughts are on the Wells Fargo banking scandal?
4. Will the Chinese Yuan being added to the SDR basket upset the dominance of the FED?
5. What’s the chance of the FED implementing negative rates?
6. When and how will the FED announce that the United States is in a recession?
7. How will monetary policy play along with the presidential election in the months ahead?

To read and follow Charles Hugh Smith’s work visit: https://www.oftwominds.com

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