Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Richard Fisher talks about monetary policy and the impact of the Dodd-Frank financial-regulatory overhaul on the banking industry. He speaks with Michael McKee on Bloomberg Television’s “Bottom Line.”

Source: Bloomberg, Jan. 17 2012

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Video

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One Response to “Fisher Says Fed Constantly Reassessing Stimulus”

  1. So many stimuli may not avoid the unavoidable. Is a bear market in long-term bonds in the making? The vital ratio BLV (long-term bond term bond) / GLD (gold ETF) is turning long term bearish, which denotes relatively stronger gold. Furthermore, since December 2012 the chart of BLV is bearish on its own.