Roubini, Surprisingly, Is Bullish on U.S. Economy
Either hell hath frozen over, or Nouriel Roubini has a sunnier disposition after partying with all those supermodels in his (recently closed) rooftop hot tub.
The Specter of Japan
Japan has become the boogeyman of U.S. monetary policymakers. A country which in the mid-1980s was on the march to conquer global consumer markets with...
Bernanke Speaks: Low Inflation Likely to Mean More Debt Purchases
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said in a speech before the Boston Fed that the U.S. central bank will likely adapt its monetary policy to fight overly low inflation by buying large amounts of government debt.
Bernanke Hints at Move to Sell Mortgage-Backed Securities
In House hearing, Fed Chief mulls reducing balance sheet