fed fomc jerome powell Markets

When Is A Dove Not A Dove? Bullard, Powell Tuesday Tag Team Fails To Inspire

"We are human and we make mistakes".

"We are human and we make mistakes".
This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe for full access to thousands of archived articles.

4 comments on “When Is A Dove Not A Dove? Bullard, Powell Tuesday Tag Team Fails To Inspire

  1. Trump wants a weak dollar, lower interest rates, plus tariffs against virtually the world, maybe he’ll also get higher inflation and stagflation to go with it. What happens then?

    • Harvey Darrow Cotton

      Trump will tweet that it is fake noos and then blame Obama / Hillary Clinton / Nancy Pelosi / Jerome Powell / Radical Islamic Terrorists / Mexicans / China / transsexuals / Jeff Sessions / Rosie O’Donnell / John McCain / CNN / deflation / you / me / Heisenberg / anyone else in the world except himself.

  2. Fortunately the goalposts can be equipped with wheels …training wheels that is…..

  3. I just listened to the Bullard interview, and it seems to me the market is making way too much of it. Bullard said that today, he doesn’t see the justification for a 50 basis point cut. What else could he say? A few days ago, he just voted for a 25 basis point cut. He didn’t vote for a cut of 50. So how could he say anything else, based upon the information he has today? Here is the text from an article: “”Just sitting here today, I think 50 basis points would be overdone,” Bullard said in an interview with Bloomberg Television. “I don’t think the situation really calls for that, but I would be willing to go 25 (basis points).”
    Didn’t we know that?? What else could we conclude from his actions last week?

Speak On It

Skip to toolbar