Media Appearance: Bloomberg TV (11am – noon, 8/25/06)



Last minute fill in: 

This morning I’m on Bloomberg TV, from 11:00am to noon, on the show Open Exchange. We will be discussing the Housing, the defensive rotation, the slowing economy, and of course, Fed Chair Bernanke’s Jackson Hole Speech. (it will be posted here at 10:00 am)

Should be fun.


UPDATE, August 25, 2006 12:30pm

Boy, that speech was a whole lotta nuthin. To think thats what people were holding their breath for: a wonky look at global economic integration. Nothing about inflation, housing or U.S. growth. I’d call that a bog "nothing done" there.

Also, there’s nothing like being in an all glass building during a tornado alert . . .


Global Economic Integration: What’s New and What’s Not?
Remarks by Chairman Ben S. Bernanke
At the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Thirtieth Annual Economic Symposium, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August 25, 2006

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