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Notes From Underground: Pour a Yamizaki, Enjoy 30 Minutes of Harris and Crudele

This morning I had the pleasure of sitting with a professional trader and discussing several themes that have coursed through NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND for the past several months, if not years. 440 more words

Fed

Some Fed Officials See Difficulty in Return to Precrisis Playbook

Pulling out of newest central-bank innovations risks market disruptions

By Katy Burne
The Wall Street Journal

May 21, 2017 7:00 a.m. ET

Federal Reserve officials grappling with the legacy of expansive stimulus would find it difficult to return to the central bank’s precrisis role on the sidelines of financial markets, analysts and central-bank watchers say. 909 more words

In Trump's shadow, Fed official says trade barriers a dead end

http://www.biphoo.com/bipnews/business/trumps-shadow-fed-official-says-trade-barriers-dead-end.html
In Trump's shadow, Fed official says trade barriers a dead end

Trade protectionism is a "dead end" that may score political points but will ultimately hurt the U.S. 24 more words

Federal Reserve to normalise balance sheet in a careful way: William Dudley

New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley said on Thursday the US central bank will normalise its balance sheet in a “very careful way”, while leaving “sufficient” excess reserves in the financial system. 56 more words

Federal Reserve Board: H.2 Release for Week Ending March 25, 2017; H.4.1 Release (Balance Sheet) for Week Ending March 30, 2017; Three "Of Note" Items

Of Note

According to a Reuters report, The Federal Reserve could gradually wind down its balance sheet, N.Y. Fed President, William Dudley said.

(Update on the Fed’s $4.5 billion balance sheet is below.) 496 more words

Politics

Fed's Dudley, citing Wells, calls for better bank incentives

From Channel NewsAsia

LONDON: A top Federal Reserve regulator on Tuesday cited Wells Fargo & Co’s accounts scandal as evidence that incentives to drive performance remain a problem on Wall Street, saying that banks have “a long way to go” in reforming internal culture. 163 more words

Economy