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Fed Vice Chair, Stanley Fischer, Exit Stage Left

This one is going to hurt.   Stanley Fischer is one of, if not, our favorite economist. As Larry Summers points out in his recent piece in the Washington Post, The Fed and the international monetary system will be weaker for … Continue reading

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Janet Yellen’s Inner Circle – ReutersTV

As Janet Yellen faces Congress for the first time as Fed chair, here’s a look at her inner circle – four trusted advisers who have her ear and whose public words will closely align with her own thinking. – ReutersTV … Continue reading

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Stanley Fischer to Replace Bernanke?

The Washington Post thinks it is a possibility. Dylan Matthews’ excellent piece — run don’t walk to read — speculates on the  former:  1) MIT/University of Chicago professor;  2)  Ben Bernanke Ph.D. adviser;  2)  World Bank chief economist;  3)  IMF … Continue reading

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