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.

Here’s Why Soaring Gold Prices Could Mean QE4

By Thursday, October 8, 2015
Gold_Prices_Interest_RatesSoaring Gold Prices Hint Interest Rate Hike is Off the Table Gold prices staged an impressive rally this week as Tuesday’s uplift in the spot rates for the yellow metal built on Friday’s negative U.S. economic reports. Gold bullion surged upward to $1,153.12 per ounce as analysts and investors alike began throttling back expectations.

Will the U.S. Dollar Collapse in 2016?

By Thursday, October 1, 2015
US.Dollar CollapseWill the U.S. Dollar Cause a Stock Market Crash in 2016? Although the stock market grew at a rapid clip in recent years, 2015 is shaping up as a tipping point for the economy. Growth sputtered to a near standstill by the middle of the year as the economy was plagued by a bundle of problems. Tectonic forces beneath daily market movements continued.

Peter Schiff Says the Fed Can’t Put Off a Stock Market Crash Forever

By Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Economic_collapsePeter Schiff Says the Fed Will Never Raise Interest Rates Peter Schiff had some harsh words for investors this Tuesday, warning of a possible U.S. stock market crash. Schiff, a well-known analyst and media personality, is no stranger to criticizing the U.S. Federal Reserve, appearing on CNBC’s Futures Now segment on Tuesday. (Source:.

Federal Reserve: Why It Slashed Its 2015 Economic Growth Forecast

By Monday, September 28, 2015
US-EconomyIt wasn’t too long ago that the Federal Reserve told us it expected the U.S. economy to grow by three percent on average, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP). After all, with years of historically low interest rates and trillions of new dollars printed, that’s the least we could expect. But the sad reality is that now, even the.

Federal Reserve: Alan Greenspan’s Warning from 1998 Holds True Today

By Friday, September 25, 2015
U.S._EconomyAlan Greenspan’s 1998 Statement Haunting Janet Yellen Today When Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan made a famous speech in 1998, no one knew how relevant it would be to Janet Yellen in 2015. Greenspan’s warning that the U.S. economy would suffer from global turmoil appears prophetic nearly two decades later. In a speech.

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