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Bernanke's Loose Lips

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Bullish for stocks, bearish for Dems.

A century of destruction

General view of U.S. Federal Reserve building in Washington

For 100 years the Federal Reserve has harmed all Americans

What does the unemployment rate really mean for Americans?

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke responds to reporters during his final planned news conference before his retirement, at the Federal Reserve Bank headquarters in Washington

The Fed is right to begin tapering, but the economy is worse than the statistics show

Bernanke gets taper call right

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke pauses as he responds to reporters during his final planned news conference before his retirement, at the Federal Reserve Bank headquarters in Washington

But the Fed still has no rules.

Fed's stimulus program has widened the income gap


‘I do think the Fed’s policies have exacerbated income inequality’

Crowdfund your assassination - if you've got the Bitcoin

A Bitcoin logo is seen at the window of Nara Sushi

‘As soon as a few politicians gets offed and they realize they’ve lost the war on privacy, the killings can stop’

How Janet Yellen will disappoint even her supporters


Inflationists hope Yellen will break the buck

Pumped up: Fed unexpectedly decides to continue monetary stimulus

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‘Everybody has always known this can’t go on forever’

Larry Summers too brilliant for another job


Former Harvard prez, Clinton treasury secretary realizes he has no friends

Markets react positively to latest Bernanke testimony


Fed chairman steps back from June statements about tightening monetary policy

Fed puts teeth into Wall Street bank reforms

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‘Adoption of the capital rules today is a milestone in our post-crisis efforts to make the financial system safer’

Bernanke's bumpy ride

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Investors beware.

Bernanke jumps the gun

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“Go slow,” say the tumbling markets.

Despite improving economy, Fed will continue stimulus

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Fed will continue pumping $85 billion per month into economy until unemployment falls or inflation rises

Fed chairman lectures Congress

'Monetary policy does not have the capacity to fully offset an economic headwind of this magnitude'

Fed members wary of continued monetary easing - TheDCNF

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In minutes from the committee’s most recent meeting in March, several members indicate concern over the current state and stability of the financial system.

St. Louis Fed president: 'I'd be willing to scale back on QE' - TheDCNF

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Despite a substandard jobs report from last Friday, St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard thinks it might be time to scale back the central bank’s asset purchasing program known as quantitative easing.

Another round goes to Bernanke

Nominal GDP backs up the Fed chair and his market-monetarist supporters.

Has Bernanke gotten the story right?

Market monetarists say yes.

UPDATED: Maxine Waters: 'Over 170 million jobs could be lost' due to sequestration [VIDEO]


Estimates: 135-143 million jobs in entire United States