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ENG: Ben Shalom Bernanke (born December 13, 1953) is an American economist, and the current Chairman of the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States. During his tenure as Chairman, Bernanke has overseen the response of the Federal Reserve to late-2000s financial crisis.Bernanke was a tenured professor at Princeton University and was chair of the Department of Economics there from 1996 to September 2002, when he went on public service leave. From 2002 until 2005, he served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Here he outlined the Bernanke Doctrine and first spoke of the Great Moderation, where he postulated that we are in a new era, where modern macroeconomic policy has decreased the volatility of the business cycle. He then served as Chairman ...
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Throw Out the Money Changers


We stand today before the gates of one of our temples of finance. It is a temple where greed and profit are the highest good, where self-worth is determined by the ability to amass wealth and power at the expense of others, where laws are manipulated, rewritten and broken, where the endless treadmill of consumption defines human progress, where fraud and crimes are the tools of business. The two most destructive forces of human nature—greed and envy—drive the financiers, the bankers, the corporate mandarins and the leaders of our two major political parties, all of whom profit from ...


FED big mistakes


The consensus is that US policymakers erred when:· the decision was made to eschew principles-based regulation and allow the shadow banking sector to grow with respect to its leverage and its compensation schemes, in the belief that the government’s guarantee of the commercial banking system was enough to keep us out of trouble; · the Fed and the Treasury decided, once we were in trouble, to nationalize AIG and pay its bills rather than to support its counterparties, which allowed financiers to pretend that their strategies were fundamentally sound; · the ...


Bernanke's tough economic challenges


If 2008 was a tough year for Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, 2009 is looking no easier as political battles pile on top of tough economic challenges.With the end of his term looming in January, Bernanke's skill in avoiding pitfalls on both fronts will influence whether he wins another four years at the helm of the Fed.First, there's the economy: with the U.S. unemployment rate at 9.4 percent and rising, Bernanke faces the challenge of fostering a recovery from an 18-month-old recession with unconventional policies that some worry will ignite inflation.Then, there's politics: he must ...


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When The Fed Hiked Interest Rates, It Bet Washington Was Done Hurting The U.S. Economy
Minutes from the Federal Reserve's December meeting revealed its decision to move off of zero interest rates was "a close call." However, they show sensible fiscal policies helped tipped the central bank to make rate hike decision.
The Federal Reserve Wouldn't Be Crazy To Delay A Rate Hike Into 2016
Ben Bernanke waited for certainty before making changes to monetary policy. Under Bernanke, the Fed took far longer than expected to taper its third round of bond buying. Yellen and members of the FOMC, although they would surely send markets scrambling, might not be entirely crazy to ask for more time before raising rates.
The Fed's Rate Hike is Only Half The Battle, But An Important Start
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks during a press conference following the announcement of an historic rate increase, the first since 2006, in Washington, DC, December 16, 2015. (SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images) After months of anticipation, the Federal Reserve announced the first fed hike in in nearly a decade on Dec. 16. Janet Yellen [...]
Bernanke, The Federal Reserve: Looking Back, Looking Forward
Speech at the Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



 
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