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‘Capitulation’: What Wall Street Thinks Of Jerome Powell And The Fed

"It is difficult to read the outcome of the January FOMC meeting as anything other than the Fed capitulating to recent market volatility."

"It is difficult to read the outcome of the January FOMC meeting as anything other than the Fed capitulating to recent market volatility."
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7 comments on “‘Capitulation’: What Wall Street Thinks Of Jerome Powell And The Fed

  1. Well, if all the negative feedback on previous meetings elicited a response, I wonder if all these comments calling them a bunch of quivering cowards will provoke an opposite response.

  2. Trump is in charge. Long YEN

  3. The assetless don’t give a rat’s ass what Wall Street thinks about the Fed…but then, they aren’t the ones getting fed soup.

  4. Powell doesn’t want to pull a Bernanke. Nuff said

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