Via Goldman Sachs:


Source: Goldman Sachs, “Top of Mind”, December 18th, 2013

Category: Federal Reserve, Fixed Income/Interest Rates

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3 Responses to “From Secrecy to Transparency at the Fed”

  1. Sackerson2 says:

    Now that we’re so transparent, can we have please details of who owns the Fed? Anyone named Biddle among them?

  2. Global Eyes says:

    Today is the 100th anniversary of The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 — > http://www.TheFed100.com