Posts filed under “Bailouts”

Sorry Banks, Millennials Hate You

Source: FastCo

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Crony Capitalists, Sentiment

How Unconventional Are Large-Scale Asset Purchases?

How Unconventional Are Large-Scale Asset Purchases? Carlo Rosa and Andrea Tambalotti Liberty Street Economics, March 03, 2014     The large-scale asset purchases (LSAPs) undertaken by the Fed starting in late November 2008 are widely considered to be a form of “unconventional” monetary policy. Although these interventions are certainly unprecedented, this post shows that their…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Think Tank

Why Was Asia Resilient? Lessons from the Past and for the Future

Category: Bailouts, Think Tank

Americans: Hate big banks, but can’t quit them

Source: Yahoo Finance

Category: Bailouts, Video

Grantham on ‘What People Learn from Financial Crises’

I love this: When he was asked what people would learn from the whole financial crisis, Jeremy [Grantham] said, “In the short term a lot, in the medium term a little, in the long term, nothing at all. That would be historical precedent.” -James Montier to Kate Welling, via FT Alphaville  

Category: Bailouts, Markets, Psychology

Lessons from the Taper Tantrum

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Think Tank

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Employment, Think Tank

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Think Tank

Tracking Recent Levels of Financial Stress

Tracking Recent Levels of Financial Stress Amanda Janosko Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland 01.17.14     The Cleveland Financial Stress Index (CFSI) has trended down throughout the fourth quarter of 2013 and early this year, indicating a reduction in the level of stress in the US financial system. During the federal government shutdown in October…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Federal Reserve, Think Tank

The Best Gummint Housing Program You’ve Never Heard Of

Of all of the various government housing programs run by various federal agencies — Federal Housing Administration, Federal Housing Finance Agency, Housing and Urban Development and, of course, Fannie Mae — HARP is the most effective and efficient one out there. Odds are you have never even heard of the Home Affordable Refinance Program. And…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Real Estate