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Op-Ed: Why are the presidential candidates ignoring the Federal Reserve?

Washington - Every 2016 Republican and Democratic presidential candidate is talking about wanting to help the middle class. But then how come none of the White House hopefuls are talking about the culprit behind its demise? The Fed should be the topic of debate.

European Central Bank sets negative interest deposit rate

Brussels - The European Central Bank has adopted new measures to attempt to stimulate the sluggish EU economy. The refinancing rate is already a low 0.25 per cent but that has been cut to just 0.15 per cent.

Op-Ed: IMF and others warn of negative effects of quantitative easing

Moscow - The International Monetary Fund is warning that quantitative easing and other loose monetary policies used by many countries to stimulate growth could have quite negative long-term collateral effects, and even produce an economic crisis.

Op-Ed: Will QE3 be positive for global economy?

There is much speculation as to whether the United States' third round of quantitative easing, known as QE3, will set sail shortly.

Federal Reserve launches Twitter channel, Tweet monetary policy

New York - The Federal Reserve will now start Tweeting monetary policy. The United States central banking system announced that it has established its new Twitter channel, @federalreserve. What will you Tweet to Chairman Ben Bernanke?

Federal Reserve official dissents against Ben Bernanke, others

Lincoln - The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City President, Thomas Hoenig, warned in a town hall-style meeting that the Federal Reserve`s monetary policy strategy could lead to more harm and could potentially re-start the boom-and-bust cycle.

Op-Ed: Cross of Gold, Some thoughts on the Gold Standard

In recent years there has been a clamor in some sectors for a return to the gold standard. This topic has taken on new urgency owing to the presidential campaign of Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) self styled "populist" and gold advocate.
 

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