Forget Competing Theories … What Do the Facts Say about Quantitative Easing? Paul Krugman says that QE, expansive monetary policy and inflation help the little guy (the 99%) and hurt the big banks (the 1%). Of course, followers of the Austrian school of economics dispute this argument – and say that it is only the […]
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There’s a real question as to whether the massive bond-buying program known as quantitative easing was worth the cost, former Federal Reserve official Andrew Huszar said Tuesday.
The recent increase in gold prices suggest investors are increasingly worried the Federal Reserve may soon back off its current policy of quantitative easing in which it has bought billions of dollars of U.S. treasury debt and mortgage backed securities over the past few years.
Ratings firm Egan-Jones cut its credit rating on the U.S. government to “AA-” from “AA,” citing its opinion that quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve would hurt the U.S. economy and the country’s credit quality.
The idea that conservatives are generally upset over a video of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez imitating the dance scene from “The Breakfast Club” may be a textbook example of fake news. In contrast, her proposal for a “Green New Deal” is real news, but fake policy.
Despite the low rumble of an economic slowdown on the horizon from various experts predicting the worst is to come.
Those who embrace sound money and cryptocurrencies will thrive in this new competitive global economy, but if America fails to adapt, the same fiat system that gave it power will drag it into poverty.
In many ways, incoming president Donald Trump and outgoing president Barack Obama couldn’t be more different.
President-elect Donald Trump has drawn criticism for launching a series of undisguised attacks on the Federal Reserve Bank of America, and its chairman, Janet Yellen.
Obama has spent much of 2016 making sure his legacy on immigration, health care, LGBT priorities and the economy will be remembered.