Federal Reserve Category

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The Planning Of Monetary Policy Normalization By The Federal Reserve

October 9, 2014

SUBSCRIBE: Enter your email address to get notified whenever Stephan Smith posts new content. Thank you. During the September 16th and 17th (2014) Federal Open Market Committee meeting in Washington DC, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) discussed plans on how to best normalize monetary policy. Such talks suggests the FOMC is anticipating improvement in […]


Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee

February 19, 2011

Welcome to the Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee page. Here is where I will be covering the minutes of the FOMC and sharing my commentary and opinions on what was stated in the minutes. The minutes of the FOMC is one of the most important documents released by the Federal Reserve because it […]


The FED & Quantitative Easing 2

October 31, 2010

With low inflation and even deflation still on the minds of the Federal Open Market Committee [FOMC] and the United States economy not recovering as quickly as the FOMC would like, the Federal Reserve has been talking about easing monetary policy further if the economic and financial outlook continues to deteriorate, by possibly performing another […]


The FED Is Ready For Additional Quantitative Easing

September 26, 2010

Hello everyone, it’s Stephan Smith here and I would like to take this time to talk briefly about the United States economy and what the Federal Reserve is doing in response to it. If you are living in the United States then it mustn’t be a shock to you when I say that the U.S. […]