If you really wanted to, you could read something into today’s statement that really isn’t there, but I don’t know why you would try…
Well, there’s not a lot going on in the week ahead and by that I mean there’s so much going on that you couldn’t plan for it even if you wanted to.
“President Trump changes his opinion on the issue every day, so it can’t be assumed Powell and Taylor are the only possible choices.”
“…or what counts as ‘fireworks.'”
I LIKE’ YELLEN BUT `YOU HAVE TO MAKE’ OWN MARK
“Eliminate the middle man.”
As usual, the docket is full and the risks are multiplying.
“Investors will ask how this disagreement will be resolved — and how abruptly, if at all, might policy change as a result.”
Just hours after Janet Yellen left the White House, Politico reported that Powell is the leading candidate.
If you were looking for clarity on anything, today was most assuredly not your day.
“Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!”
Let Mario Draghi just be “clear”: he is not convinced that you are convinced that asset prices only go up, ok? Responding to a question from CNBC at a press conference at the IMF Annual Meetings in Washington on Saturday, the ECB chief said something to that effect. Specifically, this is the quote: Let me…
Stay tuned. The ratings will be “tremendous.”
“However, giving up transparency and sticking unconditionally to policy rules, i.e. rebuilding the fourth wall, carries with it enormous risks.”
“Now what do you got? Anarchy. You got anarchy.”