Tag: Jerome Powell
None of the shock that came with the Fed’s 2013 move has appeared. And, anyway, equities seem to have a special immunity to QE’s fate.
Investors could see either a 1970s-style double-digit ripsnorter, a return to a more normal level, or something in between.
What should the pace of reductions be? The slower, the better, says research sage Jim Woods.
Commonwealth’s McMillan ascribes nasty CPI numbers to a few aberrant items, already cooling off.
Wall Street tries to divine when the central bank will start winding down its bond buying.