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As Trump ‘Regrets’ Jerome Powell, Here Are The 4 Possible Outcomes For Fed Policy

Of ironies and paradoxes.

Of ironies and paradoxes.
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4 comments on “As Trump ‘Regrets’ Jerome Powell, Here Are The 4 Possible Outcomes For Fed Policy

  1. Well there is always drop Powell, drop rates, re-engage QE, cut taxes, raise the budget and try to force the world at gunpoint to play along.

  2. Harvey Darrow Cotton

    I do not understand the labeling of Janet Yelled as ”pro-cyclical.” If she supports low rates when the economy is doing well, and she supports low rates when the economy is not doing well, when would she ever support higher rates? She is a Perma-Dove.

    Also, “The cycle has to turn at some point (that’s what cycles do), and we seem to be reaching the bend in the road – if you will” was accompanied by a picture of a motorcycle crash and an ad from a law firm…

  3. If next released data are not too strong, and show a mild good economy, then the bull can go on for a while again, because the Fed can rise hikes from time to time slowly, and the economic slowdown will translate into moderate earnings growth without reaching the point of a reversal/contraction. If 10Yr yields go up too fast = market dead (as you pointed out several times with a GS research on it), if they go down = recession = market dead. The best would be yields rising slowly and growth going on at a slower speed. My ad shows a watch with hands on 10.09pm (4.09 pm in NYC) and a shining red writing “70% off! Hot deals”

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