Megan GreeneBoeing has hit the parts of the economy economists were already worried about: investment, exports and inventories. The decision to let the 737 Max fly or not could be a turning point in our economic narrative. My latest in @FT
Megan GreeneBill Dudley argues the Fed should lean harder against Trump and let him know they won’t bail him out of this trade war. Bill suggests its a way for the Fed to stay above the political fray, but it would be the fastest way for the Fed to get sucked into it
Megan GreenePowell confirms that the Fed is cruising for a rate cut. But the more important question: what’s the point?
Megan GreeneThat not only means that central banks will have less room to cut when they really need it, but also that no one will believe in the efficacy of rate cuts anymore. Central bank credibility is at stake. ft.com/content/b5f4f9… 4/x
"Lehman Weekend" in September of 2008 unmasked the American economy. The ensuing global financial crisis brought angry Tea Partiers to Congress, and a new form of right-wing populism was born — paving the way for Donald Trump's presidency.
The Money, Macro and Finance Research Group is pleased to announce that it is holding a two-day event on the Resilience of the Global Financial Architecture in association with the Data Analytics in Finance and Macro (DAFM) of King’s College London....
American wages unexpectedly climbed in August by the most since the recession ended in 2009 and hiring rose by more than forecast, keeping the Federal Reserve on track to lift interest rates this month and making another hike in December more likely.