Federal Reserve

Created in 1913 with the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act, the Federal Reserve (the Fed) is the central banking system of the U.S. The Fed functions as the bank of the U.S. government, overseeing the nation’s financial institutions. As the central bank, the Fed safeguards and manages the U.S. economy and its money supply with its economic and monetary policies, which makes it a very powerful global player. Ben Bernanke is the current chairman of the Federal Reserve.


Oil Price Outlook: This Could Finally Put a Bottom Under Oil Prices

By Thursday, August 27, 2015
Oil Price OutlookAs energy rates continue tumbling down, oil price forecasters are looking for something—anything—to provide some shred of hope for a recovery. But crude oil no longer found itself alone as it declined this week. Global exchanges began crashing, prompting massive sell-offs and threatening economic collapse. Leading the charge.

Gold Prices to Skyrocket as Global Uncertainty Rises?

By Thursday, August 27, 2015
Gold Prices to SkyrocketGold prices go up when uncertainty rises. As it stands, there’s an abundance of it in the global economy. There are at least three major issues that are haunting investors globally; economic slowdown in China, threat or outright currency devaluation in the emerging markets, and the U.S. dollar rising as the Federal Reserve contemplates.

Ron Paul: Federal Reserve is “99%” Responsible for Stock Market Crash

By Thursday, August 27, 2015
Ron-PaulImage by Gage Skidmore
Congress and the Federal Reserve have created a massive stock market bubble that risks plunging the world into a complete economic collapse in 2016. At least, that’s the opinion of former Congressman Ron Paul. “Socialism fails always because you have wage and price controls,” the three-time presidential
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Gaurav Iyer: Wall Street’s Stock Market Bubble Example of Mass Delusion

By Wednesday, August 26, 2015
stock market crashAfter several years of historically low interest rates, the Federal Reserve declared intentions for a rate hike this year, barring an economic slowdown. That’s why you can bet Janet Yellen and her fellow policymakers are closely monitoring China’s stock market crash and its impact on U.S. stocks. Recent data points show conflicting.

China Stock Market Crash Could Cause Global Economic Collapse in 2016

By Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Chinese Stock Market CrashIn June 2015, Chinese stockholders thought the world was falling apart. More than half the companies listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange halted trading as the market crashed by nearly 30%. With the sell-off deepening every day, Chinese officials were forced to intervene in the market using a “first aid” strategy. They became .

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