Tags » William Dudley

April 8, 2015

Stocks opened higher this morning (Dow +25 pts; SPX +.15%). Healthcare and financials are up modestly; utilities and energy are lagging. The SPX and Nasdaq are now 2% off of their recent all-time highs. 341 more words

Notes From Underground: The Fed and John Lennon ... HOW?

In the song “HOW” from John Lennon’s Imagine, he asks:

How Can We Go Forward When We Don’t Know Which Way we ‘re facing?

909 more words

April 6, 2015

Stocks opened sharply lower this morning, but quickly recovered. The Dow and SPX are currently up 79 pts & .5%, respectively. All 10 major sectors are in the green, led by energy and utilities. 421 more words

Minority Groups Rally Outside Fed Against Interest Rate Hike

Minority activist organizations demonstrated in the snow outside the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, insisting that the institution keep interest rates low until stubbornly high unemployment rates in nonwhite communities drop further. 440 more words

He Said That? 12/3/14

From William C. Dudley, president of the New York Federal Reserve, at a speech at Bernard M. Baruch College:

Let me be clear, there is no Fed equity market put.

324 more words

Oil Economics, Part 2, by Robert Gore

Monday’s post, “Oil Ushers in the Depression,” was one of the most read, commented on, and controversial posts on SLL. Here is an amplification, and a doubling down on the prediction in that piece: 977 more words