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Fed Chair Yellen Muses Rate Increase

March 28th, 2015

After a decade and a half of very low interests rates–and virtually zero interest rates since the onset of the global economic crisis in 2008, the U.S. Federal Reserve is increasing the rhetoric regarding what everyone knows is inevitable: rate increases.  The most recent comments by the Fed chair, Janet Yellen, point in that direction.

Yellen couched her words carefully, hinting that the rate increases will be slow and gradual, occurring in small increments over a period of several years. But the message is clear; monetary chicanery has run its course as an economic palliative. The distortions in the economy created by artificially low interest rates cannot be sustained forever.  The problem is, what bullets will be left to policymakers when the next recession strikes?


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Hillary Clinton Nude
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