Will the Fed rescue us from wealth inequality?

From Bernie Sanders to Warren Buffett, many say that U.S. wealth inequality is a problem. In 2019, big ideas about how to solve it have been in the air. One of the most unlikely solutions is emerging from the Federal Reserve (Fed). Neel Kashkari, the outspoken dove at the Minneapolis Fed,

Impeachment looky here, does the Fed have a plan B?

Impeachment Fed

You would have to be living under a rock if you haven't been watching the impeachment show of President Donald Trump in the U.S. House of Representatives. Democrats are having a political orgasm. The Republicans are shaking their heads. Everyone understands that the impeachment hearings are going nowhere - Trump most

Fed signals QE4, medieval serfdom for how long?

Fed Powell

The Federal Reserve (Fed) cuts Fed funds by 25bps to 1.75%-2.00% rates as expected, but signals that it does not expect any more rate cuts in 2019. The Fed has never been more divided and voted 7 to 3 for the cut. Esther L. George and Eric S. Rosengren voted

Bill Dudley Ex-NY Fed President: Fed should sabotage Trump

Trump Fed

The Federal Reserve (Fed) shouldn't cut interest rates, because that only enables President Donald Trump to pursue a mistaken trade war, according to Bill Dudley, Ex-NY Fed President. Dudley urged that Fed officials should state explicitly that the central bank won't "bail out an administration that keeps making bad choices