If you want to permanently fix America’s economy, there really is no other choice. Even before Ron Paul’s rallying cry of “End The Fed” shook America during the peak of the Tea […]
The next interest rate increase could be closer than it appears. That’s after documents released Wednesday show that Federal Reserve officials spent their meeting three weeks ago consumed with the changes brought […]
Conditions for a rate increase are “approaching” though not at hand, according to the minutes from the most recent Federal Reserve meeting. Policymakers at the U.S. central bank’s Open Market Committee said […]
Federal Reserve policymakers on Wednesday kept the central bank’s benchmark short-term interest rate near zero, opting against the first increase since 2006 after determining the economy still isn’t strong enough to handle […]
Central banking has truly taken over the entire planet. At this point, the only major nation on the globe that does not have a central bank is North Korea. Yes, there are […]
The long-promised end of quantitative easing by the Fed last fall never happened, and, strangely, no one has called the Fed on that. I cry foul because I bet my blog ( TheGreatRecession.info ) that it […]
Janet Yellen is very alarmed that some members of Congress want to conduct a comprehensive audit of the Federal Reserve for the first time since it was created. If the Fed is […]
The Federal Reserve is set to hire an “emergency preparedness specialist” familiar with “Homeland Security directives” and Hazmat procedures according to a post on the official Fed Careers Twitter account. The job […]
From the dawn of history, elites have always attempted to enslave humanity. Yes, there have certainly been times when those in power have slaughtered vast numbers of people, but normally those in power find it much more beneficial to profit from the labor of those that they are able to subjugate. If you are forced to build a pyramid, or pay a third of your crops in tribute, or hand over nearly half of your paycheck in taxes, that enriches those in power at your expense.
From This Day Forward, We Will Watch How The Stock Market Performs Without The Fed’s Monetary Heroin
Mark this day on your calendars. The Dow is at 16974, the S&P 500 is at 1982 and the NASDAQ is at 4549. From this day forward, we will be looking to see how the stock market performs without the monetary heroin that the Federal Reserve has been providing to it.
After months of focus on slack in U.S. labor markets, the Federal Reserve faces a new challenge:
Just in case you need another reason to dislike the thieving Federal Reserve. From Reuters: (Reuters) – The top 113 earners among staff at the Federal Reserve’s Washington headquarters make an average of $246,506 per year, excluding bonuses and other benefits – more than Fed Chair Janet Yellen and nearly double the normal top government rate.
Just when we thought that the Fed is pulling an Obama and has “no strategy” to deal with what not some fringe blog but Deutsche Bank itself proclaimed was the bubble to end, or rather extend, all bubbles, when it said that “the bubble probably needs to continue in order to sustain the current global financial system” they surprise us once again when they report that, drumroll, the Fed has formed a committee led by the former head of the Bank of Israel – best known for using de novo created fiat money to buy AAPL stock as part of “prudent monetary policy” – Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, to monitor financial stability, which according to Bloomberg is “reinforcing the Fed’s efforts to avoid the emergence of asset-price bubbles.” Because contrary to what even five-year-olds know by now, the Fed is supposedly not promoting the emergence of bubbles but is actually “avoiding” them. No, really.
At the height of the financial crisis in 2008 the U.S. government forced some of the countries largest banks to take “bailout” funds amounting to billions of dollars in order to keep them from going bankrupt.
Markets are now anticipating a more hawkish tone from the Fed, but maybe not from Fed Chair Janet Yellen when she addresses the annual Jackson Hole symposium Friday. Against the backdrop of […]
Beginning in late 2012, then Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke announced that the Federal Reserve would continue buying U.S. government securities and mortgage-backed securities, but at the rate of an enlarged $85 billion per month, […]
Hershey, for instance, announced it’s raising prices by an average of 8 percent across the majority of its chocolate and snack portfolio in the U.S. Hershey makes Reese’s, Kit Kat, Twizzlers and […]
Take a good look at the chart below and you’d be excused for concluding that we’re in the midst of the greatest stock market bubble of all time. Not only has the […]
Rick Santelli unleashed another epic tirade on CNBC the other day, and it will be talked about for a very long time. I turns out that Santelli has some very strong unresolved […]
The Federal Reserve is leaning toward ending its extraordinary economic stimulus in October, minutes of the Fed’s June 17-18 meeting show. Citing an improving labor market and economy, Fed policymakers have tapered […]
What is the Federal Reserve system? How did it come into existence? Is it part of the federal government? How does it create money? Why is the public kept in the dark […]
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Wednesday the central bank is prepared to raise interest rates to pop price bubbles in assets such as corporate or junk bonds if financial distress in […]
(YouTube) In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Lars Maehrholz a skydiver that became the main organizer of the massive Monday peace vigils in Berlin. The Monday peace vigil is an autonomous […]
In effect, the Fed has sopped up $200 billion in the last nine months in “stealth tightening.” I use the word “stealth,” because most investors, and even most Fed watchers, aren’t aware […]
The Federal Reserve System turned 100 years old last December and Fed supporters have been celebrating ever since. In recent months, the Dallas Fed opened an historical exhibit, the Kansas City Fed […]
Federal Reserve officials, concerned that selling bonds from their $4.3 trillion portfolio could crush the U.S. recovery, are preparing to keep their balance sheet close to record levels for years. Central bankers […]