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Posts tagged 'Powell'

Powell Painted Into a Corner…Still - Craig Hemke (04/03/2020)

By Craig Hemke 5 months ago 98445 Views No comments

Though we just wrote about this last week, Tuesday's "emergency" fed funds rate cut demands that we write this update.

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Powell Painted Into a Corner...Again - Craig Hemke (25/02/2020)

By Craig Hemke 5 months ago 176190 Views No comments

As last year began, the vast majority of analysts and seven-figure Wall Street economists were projecting rate hikes and a 4+% U.S. ten-year treasury yield.

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Pot Calls Kettle Black: Fed Lectures Congress Over Ballooning Deficits - Nathan McDonald (14/11/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 9 months ago 3556 Views 1 comment

Did Jerome Powell, the head of the Federal Reserve, actually lecture Congress over their ballooning debt levels and out-of-control spending?

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Strong Retail Numbers and a Divided Fed Send Markets Spinning - Nathan McDonald (23/08/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 3343 Views No comments

The annual Jackson Hole, Wyoming Federal Reserve symposium began yesterday and markets, as expected, were a nervous wreck, gyrating and throwing their typical temper tantrums.

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Painted Into A Corner - Craig Hemke (02/04/2019)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 15570 Views No comments

Fed Chairman Powell and his FOMC have successfully painted themselves into a corner.

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Party On: Fed Chairman Powell Capitulates to the Market - Nathan McDonald (16/01/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 2 years ago 15245 Views No comments

Last Friday, FED Chairman Powell was a "good boy" and did exactly what Wall Street demanded.

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