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Deciphering Jay Powell's Fedspeak after the rate cut Federal Reserve Board Chair Jerome Powell has angered President Donald Trump for not cutting interest rates more, but lawmakers of both parties praise his independence. | Alex Wong/Getty Images The Federal Reserve on Wednesday cut interest rates for the third time since July, but Chairman Jerome Powell signaled that it is done reducing borrowing costs for now. That’s…
Why dovish Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is a friend to this S&P 500 CEO
A dovish Federal Reserve is a friend to cruise ship giant Royal Caribbean, explains its CEO.
Federal Reserve chair calls income inequality the biggest challenge in next 10 years
“We want prosperity to be widely shared,” Powell said Wednesday. “We need policies to make that happen.”
Dow surges more than 500 points after Federal Reserve chair hints he will act if trade war snowballs
The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq were all up at least 1.5 percent Tuesday in midday trading.
What Recent Deals Say about the Federal Reserve’s Focus on Fair Lending
A review of the latest bank mergers and acquisitions reveals a Federal Reserve focus on fair lending compliance.
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What Did the Federal Reserve Say?
We cut through the jargon in the central bank’s announcement it’s raising rates.
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of NEW YORK
Historically, nonfinancial corporations relied on performance targets linked to their EPS. Up until the 1970s, banks also appeared to follow a similar practice, but since then they have favored ROE. Equity investors seem to be aware of these differences because EPS growth is better at explaining nonfinancials’ stock market value while ROE is better at explaining banks’ market values. In this paper we present a model…
How is a Federal Reserve Bank president selected?
Every so often, a Reserve Bank in the Federal Reserve System needs to select a new president and CEO. Here's how the process works.
How Does the Federal Reserve Affect the Economy?
How Does the Federal Reserve Affect the Economy Submitted by Guidant Planning on May 13th, 2019 How Does the Federal Reserve Affect the Economy? If you follow financial news, you've probably heard many references to "the Fed" along the lines of "the Fed held interest rates," or "market watchers are wondering what the Fed will do next." So what exactly is the Fed and what does it do? What is the Federal Reserve? The Federal Reserve — or "the Fed" as it's commonly…
Why the Federal Reserve can't fix housing
The Federal Reserve has little ammunition left to resuscitate the struggling housing market, according to a new paper from top economists.
What If The Federal Reserve Is Irrelevant?
Another month has come and gone, another month when the Federal Reserve passed on the opportunity to raise interest rates. Other than Peyton Manning it’s hard to think of anyone who passes more often than Janet Yellen, the Fed’s chairman.... Read More »
Moore is a mistake for Federal Reserve Board
Because I write and teach about the "dismal science," people sometimes mistakenly refer to me as an economist, which usually means someone with a Ph.D in economics. I try to correct the misimpression with a bit of humor, explaining that "I just play one on TV." Now our reality TV president is set to nominate Stephen Moore, a right-wing crackpot who has been playing a TV economist for decades, for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board I use the phrase "right-wing crackpot"…
Speech by Chair Yellen on what the Federal Reserve is doing to strengthen community development...
I am here today to talk about what the Federal Reserve is doing to help our nation recover from the financial crisis and the Great Recession, the effect
How the Federal Reserve Works
Each day, the Fed is behind the scenes supporting the economy and providing services to the U.S. financial system.