Tag Archives: Bill Dudley

Where $1 of QE Goes: The Untold Story

“We don’t understand fully how large-scale asset purchase programs work to ease financial market conditions.” – New York Fed President Bill Dudley “I don’t think there’s any doubt that quantitative easing enabled the rich and the quick. It was a … Continue reading

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Your Guide to December’s FOMC Meeting: Breaking Down the Participants

In “Why the Fed Won’t Taper in December,” we pretended to write the first paragraph of the Federal Open Market Committee’s (FOMC) statement for next week’s meeting. By thinking about the likely mix of upgrades and downgrades to its assessment … Continue reading

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Have Larry Summers and Paul Krugman Just Had Their Dimon/Dudley Moment?

With my kids getting older, I no longer get much chance to play “What’s wrong with this picture?” This is the game you’ll occasionally find on a children’s menu that’s based on a picture with, say, a guy holding an … Continue reading

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