Month: September 2014

Worthwhile Reads – September 26th

As the Federal Reserves moves to ending their QE program in October, Torsten Slok, chief international economist for Deutsche Bank AG, warns the Fed not to be too eager to raise rates. He warns that returning Fed policy back to a

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The Fed’s Southern Cross

This is the first of many posts on policy makers that have spread and continue to spread the fear of inflation or other concerns rather than addressing the very real and pressing issue of a weak job market. Richmond Federal

The Unexpectedly Low Jobs Report for August

The jobs report for August is a disappointment with only 142,000 jobs added, well below the forecasted 225,000. Many in the media have called this report a blip, that will improve with future revision. The consensus being that employment will

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Christina Romer Says Fix the Jobs

This is part of the series highlighting supporters of pro-jobs policies. An updated list of supporters can be found here. Christina Romer, former Chair of the Council of Economic Advisors for President Obama and current professor of economics at UC-Berkeley, says that

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