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The Columbian
Some Fed votes more equal than othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Some Fed votes more equal than others
The Columbian / Posted 10 hours ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
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Boston Herald
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than others
Boston Herald / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than others
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than others
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than others
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
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Salon.com
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than othersOnce during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than others
Salon.com / Posted 4 days ago
Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and offered to resign. Baker resolved the conflict by persuading Fed board members to change their... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than others
Savannah Morning News / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
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CTV News
Why some U.S. Fed votes are more equal than othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why some U.S. Fed votes are more equal than others
CTV News / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
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FOX Business
Why Some Fed Voting Members Hold More Influence Than Othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why Some Fed Voting Members Hold More Influence Than Others
FOX Business / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
217 related stories
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FOX Business
Why Some Fed Voting Members Hold More Influence Than Othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why Some Fed Voting Members Hold More Influence Than Others
FOX Business / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
217 related stories
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Daily Herald
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than othersbeing sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in inte
Why some Fed voting members hold more influence than others
Daily Herald / Posted 4 days ago
being sympathetic to banking interests and quicker to support increases in interest rates. Once during the mid-1980s, when Paul Volcker, then the Fed chair, was outvoted by the seven-member board, he went to Treasury Secretary James Baker and... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Yellen: Fed will monitor banks, controlsmaking decisions to aid the economy that were controversial and unpopular. Home
Yellen: Fed will monitor banks, controls
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 5 days ago
making decisions to aid the economy that were controversial and unpopular. Homebuilders famously protested former Fed Chair Paul Volcker for hiking rates by sending him 2x4's in the mail, even though the increases were designed to tame troublesomely... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
Yellen defends Fed against claims by Trumpmaking decisions to aid the economy that were controversial and unpopular. Home
Yellen defends Fed against claims by Trump
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 5 days ago
making decisions to aid the economy that were controversial and unpopular. Homebuilders famously protested former Fed Chair Paul Volcker for hiking rates by sending him 2x4's in the mail, even though the increases were designed to tame troublesomely... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
Sell Stocks… Buy Goldin the face of the inevitable selloff on Wall Street and the recession on Main
Sell Stocks… Buy Gold
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 5 days ago
in the face of the inevitable selloff on Wall Street and the recession on Main Street. The days of former Fed chief ‘Tall Paul’ Volcker are over. Back when Volcker took over the Fed in 1979, the economy could still survive a hard freeze. The new... Read more
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The Hindu
An independent RBI is a chimera, writes Charan Singhan independent central bank evolved in advanced economies and finds its roots i
An independent RBI is a chimera, writes Charan Singh
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
an independent central bank evolved in advanced economies and finds its roots in the successful anti-inflationary policy of Paul Volcker in the U.S. between 1979 and ‘82. Mr. Volcker’s policy was institutionalised in legislation and practice that... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Is The Fed Politically Biased? Look At Its Interest-Rate Decisions As Elections Nearclear if it was because of the pressure. Interest rate hikes to battle high in
Is The Fed Politically Biased? Look At Its Interest-Rate Decisions As Elections Near
Hartford Courant / Posted 7 days ago
clear if it was because of the pressure. Interest rate hikes to battle high inflation in the late 1970s under Fed Chairman Paul Volcker are partly blamed for President Jimmy Carter's defeat in 1980. And former President George H.W. Bush attributed... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Is the Fed politically biased? Look at its interest-rate decisions as elections nearclear if it was because of the pressure. Interest rate hikes to battle high in
Is the Fed politically biased? Look at its interest-rate decisions as elections near
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
clear if it was because of the pressure. Interest rate hikes to battle high inflation in the late 1970s under Fed Chairman Paul Volcker are partly blamed for President Jimmy Carter’s defeat in 1980. And former President George H.W. Bush attributed... Read more
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CNBC
If you missed billionaires Lasry & Sternlicht at Delivering Alpha, here's the transcriptto do with the lack of liquidity or therein. Lasry: They don't want to hear it
If you missed billionaires Lasry & Sternlicht at Delivering Alpha, here's the transcript
CNBC / Posted 11 days ago
to do with the lack of liquidity or therein. Lasry: They don't want to hear it, but they're wrong. Caruso-Cabrera: Paul Volcker did not want to hear it, he was definitely up against that. Sternlicht: Well, but he's definitely wrong, I mean... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Factory jobs rise under Democratic presidentsincreased 7.7 percent to 90.9 million from 84.4 million. The worst of the infla
Factory jobs rise under Democratic presidents
Dallas Morning News / Posted 11 days ago
increased 7.7 percent to 90.9 million from 84.4 million. The worst of the inflation was addressed with his appointment of Paul Volcker as chairman of the Federal Reserve. But Volcker's successful monetary policy came at the expense of slowing GDP... Read more
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Providence Business News
Solid hiring tests Fed hopes for inflationIt took more than a decade for Paul Volcker and Alan Greenspan to wring persist
Solid hiring tests Fed hopes for inflation
Providence Business News / Posted 13 days ago
It took more than a decade for Paul Volcker and Alan Greenspan to wring persistently high inflation from the U.S. economy. Federal Reserve officials now may need at least half that time to bring too-low inflation back to their target. Fed Chair... Read more
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Zero Hedge
"It's Never Different This Time" PIMCO Warns "The Tides Of Risk Will Flow Eventually"to discern whether market signals are fundamental to the economy or technical d
"It's Never Different This Time" PIMCO Warns "The Tides Of Risk Will Flow Eventually"
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
to discern whether market signals are fundamental to the economy or technical due to central bank intervention. Ever since Paul Volcker “whipped inflation now” Wall Street denizens have focused primarily on the path of the Federal Reserve... Read more
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New York Post
Trump is right about the ‘false economy’for showing “a typical erroneous Republican attitude.” When Carter got elected,
Trump is right about the ‘false economy’
New York Post / Posted 18 days ago
for showing “a typical erroneous Republican attitude.” When Carter got elected, he eventually put in his own Fed chief, Paul Volcker. Volcker conquered inflation by pushing interest rates to nosebleed levels. That enabled President Ronald... Read more
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Zero Hedge
August Payrolls Loom: Futures Flat, Dollar Rises, Treasuries SlipU.S. August nonfarm payrolls, est. 180k, with unemployment rate falling to 4.8%
August Payrolls Loom: Futures Flat, Dollar Rises, Treasuries Slip
Zero Hedge / Posted 24 days ago
U.S. August nonfarm payrolls, est. 180k, with unemployment rate falling to 4.8% from 4.9%. It took more than a decade for Paul Volcker and Alan Greenspan to wring persistently high inflation from the U.S. economy. Federal Reserve officials now may... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
Double-Digit Inflation and the Rise of Goldstandard. I’m saying if you have anything like a gold standard, it will be crit
Double-Digit Inflation and the Rise of Gold
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 27 days ago
standard. I’m saying if you have anything like a gold standard, it will be critical to get the price right. To this regard, Paul Volcker said the same thing. The analytical question is, you can have a gold standard if you get the price right; what... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Dear Janet... A Memo From Millennials To The Fedbecause they fear it will climb like in the 1970s, requiring the subsequent har
Dear Janet... A Memo From Millennials To The Fed
Zero Hedge / Posted 29 days ago
because they fear it will climb like in the 1970s, requiring the subsequent harsh policy response from former Fed Chair Paul Volcker. It took him creating two recessions as a means to end stagflation. On the other end of the spectrum, we don’t... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
What if We’re Wrong and Gold Starts Turning?else will have to be true? The last bull market in gold ended when the Fed chan
What if We’re Wrong and Gold Starts Turning?
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 29 days ago
else will have to be true? The last bull market in gold ended when the Fed changed course. Arthur Burns was replaced by Paul Volcker. A loose money policy became a tight money policy. Interest rates — which had trailed behind the inflation rate... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Number One Factor Influencing Fed Monetary Policya market crash, and subsequent economic contraction, in the hope of attaining s
The Number One Factor Influencing Fed Monetary Policy
Zero Hedge / Posted 30 days ago
a market crash, and subsequent economic contraction, in the hope of attaining some credibility. Not since the days of tall Paul Volcker has this been something the Fed’s been willing to do.The Number One Factor Influencing Fed Monetary... Read more
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CBC.ca
How Jackson Hole, Wyo., became the anti-Davosacademics wanted to draw a big name to their conference, and they thought the h
How Jackson Hole, Wyo., became the anti-Davos
CBC.ca / Posted a month ago
academics wanted to draw a big name to their conference, and they thought the head of America's central bank at the time, Paul Volcker, was just the name they were looking for. Volcker was an avid fly fisherman, and so the lure they dangled over... Read more
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Fortune
Wasted Words at Jackson HoleWhen the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City first gathered central bankers at
Wasted Words at Jackson Hole
Fortune / Posted a month ago
When the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City first gathered central bankers at the Jackson Lake Lodge in August of 1982, Paul Volcker was under public attack for adopting policies that had driven interest rates over 20%. Volcker’s success in... Read more
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Newsmax
US Economy Doesn't Justify Fed's Flimsy Policiesannual Kansas City Fed conference to Jackson Lake Lodge in Wyoming, to entice,
US Economy Doesn't Justify Fed's Flimsy Policies
Newsmax / Posted a month ago
annual Kansas City Fed conference to Jackson Lake Lodge in Wyoming, to entice, among other things of course, then Fed chair Paul Volcker, who was an avid fly fisherman. Anyway, since 1982, the Wyoming mountain resort has provided investors with an... Read more
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Zero Hedge
'Last Economist Standing' John Taylor Urges "Less Weird Policy" At Jackson HoleJournal front page headline screamed out on Monday, central bank Stimulus Effor
'Last Economist Standing' John Taylor Urges "Less Weird Policy" At Jackson Hole
Zero Hedge / Posted 1 months ago
Journal front page headline screamed out on Monday, central bank Stimulus Efforts Get Weirder. I’m looking forward to it. Paul Volcker chaired the Fed in 1982. He went to Jackson Hole, but he was not on the program to give the opening address, and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Jackson Hole'd - A New Monetary Order LoomsKC Fed conference was “World Trade and the Small Farmer: Can They Co-Exist?” An
Jackson Hole'd - A New Monetary Order Looms
Zero Hedge / Posted 1 months ago
KC Fed conference was “World Trade and the Small Farmer: Can They Co-Exist?” Anxious to draw avid fisherman and Fed Chair Paul Volcker to the meeting, they changed the location to Wyoming and the content to general macroeconomics. The first speech... Read more

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