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U.S. Economy: Monetary Policy Changes at the Federal Reserve Could Send Markets Higher

By many accounts, activity in the financial markets during these past summer months has been uncharacteristically volatile.  After hitting record highs of 3,028 on July 26th, the S&P 500, an important economic benchmark, has seen a major reversal that has sent valuations lower.  Overall, the S&P 500 has already lost -3.4% since it reached its peak and many American consumers ...

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U.S. Economy: Will The Fed Cut Rates to Stimulate Further Growth?

As the U.S. economy continues to show signs of strength, many have wondered if it is time for the Fed to cut interest rates. This viewpoint has also been expressed by President Donald Trump in various Twitter messages. In many cases, the economy will move higher when restrictive interest rate policies are reduced, but some experts believe that it is ...

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QE3: Seriously?

Quantitative Easing is simply the introduction of money into the economy by a central bank. It has been done twice during the current recession with no positive effects and Ben Bernanke’s Federal Reserve seems ready to launch version three – often referred to as QE3. QE1 QE1 launched on November 25th, 2008 with a Federal Reserve initiated purchase of $500 ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray – May 17

When: Thursday, May 17th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight: Breitbart stirs up the birthers, criminal monetary policy, the IRS loves illegal immigrants, and Ron Paul bails… kind of.   Show Recording: (Available after show)

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End The Fed… And Replace it With What?

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Whenever the subject of eliminating the Federal Reserve is raised, there is an inevitable question posed: What would replace it? This question leads to one of the most common criticisms levelled against the “End the Fed” crowd: Eliminating the central bank and giving control of monetary policy to Congress would result a situation like Zimbabwe, where the national legislature printed insane quantities of worthless ...

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