Of course stock market bubble bulls have no idea what this investigation is about, because CNBC has never told them about it.
Head CNBC "economist" Steve LIESman delivers the scoop of his career in this CNBC clip today reporting On Yellen's remarks on rate hikes.
One economist thinks that the Fed is too scared to raise interest rates.
Alexander Hamilton Biographer Ron Chernow discusses the legacy of one of the founding fathers of America. Chernow speaks on Bloomberg “Market Makers.”
Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the factors leading to the widening wealth gap.
"Faith in the Fed’s easy-money policies has encouraged a dangerous complacency."
In this week's podcast I talked about two people and what they have said about the stock market and the Federal Reserve.
Former Pimco wonder boy El-Erian says that the Fed needs to raise rates, but probably won't, and is therefore creating a disaster.
A picture is worth a thousand words and this picture tells a sad tell of our country today - and our so called "free" press.
After you read this, you have to wonder if the Fed will ever raise interest rates...
The Fed is not going to raise interest rates today. They won't, because that would be crazy, but they...
CNBC says to expect a "more hawkish Yellen" tomorrow...
"We can't know exactly what valuations would be in the absence of these most extraordinary interventions but I think we would have a very different financial landscape."
"Yellen described how the Fed's rate-setting policy committee will likely proceed in coming months - first by removing the word "patient" in describing its approach to rate hikes, then entering a phase in which rate hikes are possible at any meeting."
In fact when I look at the bond chart above what I see is something that has gone into a parabolic climatic style rally in 2014.
This is three minutes of truth telling out of 24 hours of banality. And watch bubble girl reply - and then pay close attention to Roach's body language in response.
While CNBC analysts and "economists" have predicted that the Fed will raise rates by mid-summer, because "everything is awesome" to quote James Cramer, in reality financial markets are not buying that bet.
Mr. Flassbeck, former head of UNCTAD, says current economic policy is heading back to the 1930s, a race to the bottom, they have no solution at all, we will end up again in trade wars or other wars.
Fed official says Fed should consider delaying end of QE.
The stock market falters and the Fed is ready to give Wall Street and the investment herd now in the market what they want.
"This is an unprecedented period in monetary history. We've never been through this. We really cannot tell how it will work out."
The stock market is dropping and just a few down days is enough to get Wall Street bankers to push for more dovish talk and actions from the Fed.
If you read today's Fed statement for yourself you'll find yourself wondering if they will ever raise interest rates.
“Even when they talked about it a year ago that happened, and so the consequences of changing at this point are serious and every time they start yielding to the pressure to change, they come up against the constraints. There may not be a good way out of that box.”
This is a story that simply is not fit to be on CNBC, although it is on the Time magazine website. It is titled "A Global Financial Guru Who Predicted the Crisis of 2008 Says More Turmoil May Be Coming."
How central banks hide the true costs of war and the narrow segment of society benefiting from the “jobless recovery.”
What CNBC wants is for people to believe in the stock market no matter what to the benefit of its advertisers. So the producers played a game.
After Ms. Yellen became the nation's top banker, her security detail moved into a rented townhome down the block from hers. They mounted on the roof a camera that looked like a streetlight on an interstate and proceeded to monitor—and disgust—the neighbors.
The idea is to slap fees on people who sell out of US Treasury bonds or corporate bonds and thereby simply keep them trapped in the bond market forever.