Neel Kashkari has been President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis since January 1, 2016. Before that, he was brought over from Goldman Sachs to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Stability from October 2008 to May 2009. 11 more words
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As the US closes in on the presidential election, one point has become very clear.
Come the end of January next year, the US will have a new economic team in place. 189 more words
The third of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve symposia on “Ending Too Big To Fail” was planned for two densely academic panels on bank capitalization levels, by scholars of the Peterson Institute in Washington, but became a debate on Glass-Steagall, due to two interventions by EIR representatives. 268 more words