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Notes From Underground: Yellen Dethrones Bernanke

Last Friday, Chair Yellen delivered a speech at the Boston Fed’s Conference on Opportunity and Inequality. The present Fed Chair has frequently opined on the social and economic problems of income equality and I have been very critical of her wading into the waters of social and fiscal policy for many of the previous 80 years issues of wealth inequality have been dealt with through fiscal and social action. 769 more words

Fed

Notes From Underground: It's Good News Week (By Hedgehoppers Anonymous)

Last week was an appropriate tribute to a song from the 1960s in which the news is looked upon as just so much blather about drivel and evil events. 690 more words

ECB

What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - October 14, 2014

Economic news was lean last week as the first week of the month tends to be calm in the aftermath of the rush of end-of-month reporting. 493 more words

Market Outlook

What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - October 14, 2014

Economic news was lean last week as the first week of the month tends to be calm in the aftermath of the rush of end-of-month reporting. 493 more words

FOMC

What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - October 14, 2014

Economic news was lean last week as the first week of the month tends to be calm in the aftermath of the rush of end-of-month reporting. 493 more words

FOMC

What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - October 14, 2014

Economic news was lean last week as the first week of the month tends to be calm in the aftermath of the rush of end-of-month reporting. 518 more words

Ed Short

What's Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week - October 14, 2014

Economic news was lean last week as the first week of the month tends to be calm in the aftermath of the rush of end-of-month reporting. 493 more words

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