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Myths of Social Security

A warning this morning about your money.

In the past, your Social Security full retirement age and your eligibility for Medicare were both the same. But changes to this, and other parts of the plans, have caused much confusion for seniors. 38 more words

Live At 9

Dallas Fed Bank Taps Harvard Professor As New President

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WASHINGTON (AP) – A professor and associate dean at the Harvard Business School has been selected as the new president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. 119 more words


New President at the Dallas Fed

DALLAS—The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas today announced the appointment of Robert Steven Kaplan as president and chief executive officer. In this role, Kaplan will represent the Eleventh Federal Reserve District on the Federal Open Market Committee in the formulation of U.S. 215 more words

Richard Fisher, FORMER Dallas Federal Reserve Chairman issues a warning

Long the admirer of Richard Fisher, FORMER (retired this month) Dallas Federal Reserve Chairman and noted Hawk (believes rates should rise) …. Regularly speaks his mind, especially after he is no longer bound by the constraints of his employment. 96 more words

Investing/Financial Planning

Former Dallas Fed CEO Joins Pepsi Board

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NEW YORK (AP) – PepsiCo Co.’s board of directors elected Richard W. Fisher, former CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, as a member of the Pepsi board. 113 more words


Richard Fisher, Often Wrong but Seldom Boring, Leaves the Fed

The departure of Mr. Fisher, who stepped down on Thursday, means that the Fed is losing the most outspoken internal opponent of its stimulus campaign. 19 more words


March 20, 2015

Stocks opened higher (Dow +174 pts; SPX .87%). All ten sectors are in the green, led by energy. The dollar is weaker against the Euro after German Chancellor Merkel said some constructive things about the EU possibly resuming financial aid payments to Greece. 409 more words