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Tag Archives: the Fed
In a question and answer session with the IMF’s Christine Lagarde last week, Fed Chairman Janet Yellen made a number of statements about systemic risks, but the media highlighted her equity valuation soundbite – that valuations “are at this point … Continue reading
Several economic indicators, including retail, housing and industrial data, were soft last week, in part – possibly – due to the weather. Slightly Soft Retail Sales: Probably don’t reflect a lack of consumer buying power as much as a preference … Continue reading
The minutes of the March 17-18 Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting were generally interpreted as dovish and showed continuing divisions within the Fed as to when hikes should start, and it still seems far from a consensus to act. … Continue reading
As the last hours of the year slip through our hands, it is sometimes important to remind ourselves that today’s gallstones can become tomorrow’s pearls. This time last year, we expected the Federal Reserve to begin to raise rates, as … Continue reading
This is the first in a three-part series on Innovation Trends Retooling the U.S. Economy. Five years after the Great Financial Crisis (GFC), despite improvements in GDP growth and employment, the U.S. public still seems to be oppressed by a … Continue reading