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South Caradon Mine-The Webpage is now up and running

A  South Caradon Home page is born

No new South Caradon Mine information this post; instead I have put together an index of posts so far. 166 more words

Caradon

Decision today: Is Trump all set to pick Jerome Powell as next Fed chair?

President Donald Trump has informed Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell that he is the pick to replace Janet Yellen at the helm of the central bank, a media report said on Wednesday. 220 more words

Un-Canonized Revelation/Woodruff's 1897 Marriage

I had a great conversation with Anne Wilde!  Anne is an expert on modern-day polygamy, having been a polygamist herself.  She’s the second wife of Ogden Kraut (deceased) and founder of a group called Principal Voices, a polygamy advocacy group.  458 more words

Mormon

Larry Summers v. John Taylor: No Contest

It seems that an announcement about who will be appointed as Fed Chairman after Janet Yellen’s terms expires early next year is imminent. Although there are sources in the Administration, e.g., the President, indicating that Janet Yellen may be reappointed, the betting odds strongly favor Jerome Powell, a Republican currently serving as a member of the Board of Governors, over the better-known contender, John Taylor, who has earned a considerable reputation as an academic economist, largely as author of the so-called… 3,834 more words

Little Depression

Donald Trump may name Jerome Powell as next Fed Chair: Bloomberg

US President Donald Trump is leaning toward nominating Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell as the next leader of the central bank, Bloomberg News reported on Friday. 147 more words

Trump's fed chair choice down to Powell, Taylor: Source

President Donald Trump‘s search for the next chair of the US Federal Reserve has come down to Fed Governor Jerome Powell and Stanford University economist John Taylor, Politico on Thursday cited one source as saying, while another counselled caution. 81 more words

Former Fed Governor Tarullo doesn't much care for models based on inflation.

I linked to this piece in the Links post the other day, but I wanted to dive into it a little more thoroughly, as it pertains to the the Fed Chair, Monetary Policy, etc. 1,058 more words