Posts filed under “Bailouts”

The System Worked (?!)

Dan Drezner, author of The System Worked, discusses how we avoided another Great Depression.

Category: Bailouts, Video

How Greenspan Became the ex-Maestro

On this day in 1987, Alan Greenspan became chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. This anniversary allows us to take a quick look at what followed over the next two decades. As it turned out, it was one of the most interesting and, to be blunt, weirdest tenures ever for a Fed chairman. This was…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Markets, Really, really bad calls

QE Auctions of Treasury Bonds

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Fixed Income/Interest Rates, Think Tank

Tapering Is Now Tightening

Tapering Is Now Tightening David R. Kotok July 19, 2014     For a long time, as we saw it, tapering and the threat of tapering (as in last year’s taper tantrum) did not constitute tightening. Today we explore why we believe the situation has now changed. In order to understand why tapering was not…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Federal Reserve, Fixed Income/Interest Rates, Think Tank

Chair Janet L. Yellen: Monetary Policy and Financial Stability

Chair Janet L. Yellen: Monetary Policy and Financial Stability At the 2014 Michel Camdessus Central Banking Lecture, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C. July 2, 2014   It is an honor to deliver the inaugural Michel Camdessus Central Banking Lecture. Michel Camdessus served with distinction as governor of the Banque de France and was one of…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Think Tank

Wealth Levels, Wealth Inequality, and the Great Recession

Category: Bailouts, Think Tank, Wages & Income

Category: Bailouts, Employment, Think Tank

Where Did All of the Volume Go?

Source: BCA   Today’s chart comes to us from Chen Zhao of the Bank Credit Analyst, who writes in a research report: The financial services industry have (sic) begun to feel the pinch of the fallout from low volatility and zero interest rates. The average return delivered by hedge funds has fallen sharply since the…Read More

Category: Asset Allocation, Bailouts, Trading

Monetary Policy in the United States: A Brave New World?

Category: Bailouts, Federal Reserve, Think Tank

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Category: Bailouts, Economy, Politics, Really, really bad calls