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‘Great Moderation?’ Forget about it, says new Fed working paper

Jan 10th, 2019 | Filed under: Newly Added, The A.I. Industry, Financial Economics Theory, The Global Economy & Currencies, Economics, Macroeconomics, Finance & Economics

A new working paper from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago looks at the real risk-free interest rate over the last 30 years, where it has been trending, and why that trend hasn’t had the consequences one might intuitively have predicted. The paper, Accounting for Macro-Finance Trends, is the workRead More

Ben Carson Says Something Odd about Money

Oct 14th, 2015 | Filed under: Personalities in AI

It would be good to have presidential candidates who don't give every impression that they are uninformed and simply 'winging it,' when asked simple questions about monetary policy. It would be best to have candidates schooled in Austrian theory. Read More

BIS to US Fed: You’re Messing with the World

Aug 25th, 2014 | Filed under: Currencies, Forex, Emerging markets

There are several channels for spill-over effects, whereby the actions of the Federal Reserve and the ECB can have grave consequences around the world. Psychological consequence, in particular herding, is among them. Read More

Dogs Don’t Think Like Central Bankers

Sep 9th, 2012 | Filed under:

The point: central bankers have failed to “catch the crisis Frisbee” because they have made matters too complicated. How many parameters are necessary for a “typical large international bank” to calculate the probability of default of retail mortgages in order to apply credit risk capital charges?Read More