Tag: NY Fed

FT: “Stanley Fischer’s departure reveals weakness at the Fed”

There is an excellent analysis of Stanley Fischer’s departure from the Fed on ft.com. Some highlights: The early resignation of Stanley Fischer, the Federal Reserve […]

NY FED: It’s Time to Rewrite the Rules of Wall Street

Regular readers of this blog know that I strongly believe that the U.S. has so far wasted the opportunity the last financial crisis gave us to […]

Is the Fed Santa or Grinch?

Continuing our Christmas theme, there’s a short piece by Amy Farber at on the NY Fed’s web page, which asks if the Fed is more […]

SOMA: History and Analysis

The NY Fed has started an interesting series on its “System Open Market Account” (SOMA), which is basically the Fed’s open market portfolio.   As […]