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It appears the world's most important central bank is about to experience some potentially profound changes—not just in personnel but more importantly in the kind... [Read More]
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Sometime in January or by February 3, the Board of Governors might drop to only three members: Powell, Brainard and Quarles. [Read More]
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John Mauldin provides a much needed reality check. [Read More]
John Mauldin provides a much needed reality check. [Read More]
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So we are setting up a situation where the 2018 FOMC will be split along two axes: governors/bank presidents and economists/non-economists. [Read More]
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Several indicators are showing that markets are looking like a bubble. [Read More]
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The volume of daily economic lunacy that lights up my various devices is truly stunning, and it seems to be increasing. [Read More]
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Reuters/Carlos Barria The Fed's monetary policy is questionable at best at this point. The central bank's decision to raise rates and unwind its... [Read More]
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If we stopped erasing our memories and for once learned from our mistakes, we might make better progress. [Read More]
Since the 2008 financial crisis, there's been a growing number of ridiculous, inane, and otherwise nonsensical economic interventions from our central bankers that fill the... [Read More]
How often do central bankers, regulators, corporate leaders, lawyers, politicians, and ordinary investors make the same mistakes over and over again? All the time. [Read More]
The central bank's stimulus has created distortions that are now problems in themselves, says John Mauldin. [Read More]
The SNB has bought roughly $17 billion worth of U.S. stocks so far this year. And it has no formula; it is just trying to... [Read More]
Scott Barbour/Getty Images The bottom 60% of Americans have seen their incomes grow much more slowly than the top 40%. This could explain... [Read More]
The wealthiest 0.1% has been increasing its share of wealth since the 1980s. Meanwhile, the bottom 90% has been losing ground. [Read More]
The wealthiest 0.1% has been increasing its share of wealth since the 1980s. Meanwhile, the bottom 90% has been losing ground. [Read More]
Let's be clear, these problems are not all going to show up next year, and most won't even start to be understood until the early... [Read More]
At a time when people want politicians to solve their problems, consider a version of universal basic employment rather than universal basic income, argues John... [Read More]
At a time when people want politicians to solve their problems, consider a version of universal basic employment rather than universal basic income, argues John... [Read More]
Major disruptions to employment will be caused by near-future technological change. [Read More]
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