Bubbles, bubbles, everywhere bubbles. There is a lot of talk about bubbles among commentators and central bankers. One of the most common bubble fears is a fear of a bubble in the US bond market (just take a look at this recent… 1,346 more words
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The most famous monetary policy rule undoubtedly is the so-called Taylor rule, which basically tells monetary policy makers to set the key monetary policy interest rates as a function of on the one hand the inflation rate relative to the inflation target and on the other hand the output gap. 630 more words
The message to corporate America today is clear: If you’re not already looking for a “tax inversion” partner, you should be.
Burger King shares are up 15% after… 361 more words