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How Trump Bailed Out Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve — For Now
The biggest winner of the Trump presidency is also the most surprising: Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen.
Trump's Historic Opportunity with the Federal Reserve
Trump can have the largest impact on the Fed since 1936. The question is whether he listen to his Goldman Guys, or return to his Fed-skeptic roots?
Stanley Fischer Is Out at the Fed
Money and Banks
Many claimed that Fischer was an inflation hawk, but he was really a cheerleader for quadrupling of the Fed’s balance sheet and more.
A History of the Fed's Political Power
Conti-Brown has, with considerable scholarship, exposed many grave problems with the Fed in a way that strengthens and supports the anti-Fed case.
The Austrian 3 no. 4 (July August 2017).pdf
Not Even Junk Will Fetch High Interest Rates Anymore
It’s not just those cranky Austrians calling central bankers on the carpet these days. Everyone knows, is holding their breath, and hoping for the best.
This Time, It's a Bubble in Rentals
Fannie and Freddie are rushing to finance the current rental boom, and package them as mortgage-backed securities. What could go wrong?
The Fed Gave Wall Street a Bomb, and the Taxpayers are Paying Ransom
How do you stop the taxpayer subsidy to Wall Street while avoiding lighting the fuse to Bernanke’s inflation bomb?
The Fed Remains on Course – to Trouble
If the Fed really intends to turn away from its easy-money policies, it has three options for doing it. All of them are risky.
On Borrowed Time
Those of us who are hostile to central planning are doubly hostile to governmental interference in the price mechanism — the policies of QE and ZIRP.
Janet Yellen: False Prophet of Prosperity
The next crisis will likely result from a rejection of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency.
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