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  • The Fed Prepares to Dive

    Be Careful What You Wish For If Crazy Doesn’t Work, Try Crazier Yellen & the Spirit of Prudent Planning Y2K All Over Again? Go Thou and Do Likewise The Religion of Economics “No one will lend at a negative interest rate; potential creditors will simply choose to hold cash, which pays...
    Posted to Thoughts From The Frontline by John Mauldin on 02-29-2016
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  • The Conundrum Facing Janet Yellen & the Fed

    The final 2014 meeting of the Fed Open Market Committee concluded yesterday, and the official policy statement released afterward contained some new language that surprised most Fed watchers. Throughout this year, the Fed’s policy statements have included an assurance that the central bank would...
    Posted to Gary D. Halbert's Between the Lines by Gary D. Halbert on 12-24-2014
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  • Fed Dials-Down Its 2014 Economic Forecast

    The Fed Open Market Committee (FOMC) concluded its latest two-day policy meeting yesterday with no big surprises in its formal policy statement. Yet the Fed significantly reduced its forecast for economic growth this year, as I will discuss below . In yesterday’s policy statement, the Fed stated that...
    Posted to Gary D. Halbert's Between the Lines by Gary D. Halbert on 06-20-2014
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  • What Would Yellen Do?

    What Questions Would You Ask Janet Yellen? The Fed’s Dilemma What Would Yellen Do? The Questions That Will Not Be Asked New York, Ringing the NASDAQ Bell, and Home The US Senate Banking Committee will hold hearings on Thursday, November 14, on the nomination of Janet Yellen for Federal Reserve...
    Posted to Thoughts From The Frontline by John Mauldin on 11-11-2013
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