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Other highlights from an actual talking head at the time: 2011 was a year of still debilitatingly high unemployment, near default by US of its debt obligations - something that Fed Chair Jay Powell fought - and emergence of sovereign debt crisis in Europe.

“Over the course of the past year, our views about the path of interest rates that would best achieve our employment and inflation objectives changed significantly,” Chair Powell'>Fed Chair Powell said yesterday about the Fed's previous rate cuts.

'We believe monetary policy is well-positioned to serve the American people by supporting continued economic growth, a strong job market and inflation near our 2% goal,' Fed Chair Jerome Powell said in a news conference. More here:

'We believe monetary policy is well-positioned to serve the American people by supporting continued economic growth, a strong job market and inflation near our 2% goal,' Fed Chair Jerome Powell said in a news conference. More here:

A day after Chair Powell'>Fed Chair Powell says central bank will do what it takes to keep markets calm through year end, Fed adds nearly $70 billion in short-term money to markets Thursday.

Weakest core producer prices sine 2016. Weakness in prices driven by loss in margin in services sector. Exception is accommodations, which also picked up in the CPI in November. Portends more weakness in overall inflation and will keep Chair Powell'>Fed Chair Powell wanting for “hot” economy

Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell sees North America as an economic oasis in 2020. @don_pittis 

Chair Powell'>Fed Chair Powell yesterday: "None of us have much of a sense of what the economy will be like in 2021." That's true, and a rare but important caveat to how much weight we should put on forecasts. [thrd]

“I think negative interest rates in the United States would really be a problem for the global financial system.” Jeffrey Gundlach says that he agrees with Jay Powell on negative interest rates, but here’s why he would give the Fed Chair a “C-” grade.

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BREAKING: Fedchair Powell in Jackson Hole speech: No 'rulebook' on trade, pledges the Fed will 'act as appropriate' to sustain the economy

The Great Charles Payne@cvpayne  correctly stated that Fed Chair Jay Powell made TWO enormous mistakes. 1. When he said “mid cycle adjustment.” 2. We’re data dependent. “He did not do the right thing.” I agree (to put it mildly!). @Varneyco 

in explaining rate cuts, Chair Powell'>Fed Chair Powell cites weak manufacturing and business investment data these are things Trump and Republican lawmakers said the 2017 tax-cut was going to jump-start

WH adviser Kudlow insists trade war mainly hurts China while companies shift production back to US as Trump is “rebuilding the American economy” actual economic data contradicts this claim Fed chair Powell cited weak manufacturing and investment levels in explaining rate cut

Powell strikes. The President is absolutely right about the FED Chair. Powell clearly doesn't know what he's doing & his remarks that sent the markets plunging, are absolutely inexcusable. @realDonaldTrump  #MAGA  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs 

. reports that is privately threatening to fire chairman Jay Powell. To #Fedbe  clear: the only thing arguably more impeachable than firing the special counsel would be trying to fire the Fed chair. Likely: Market collapse; US humiliated; investors flee.

Mnuchin spent his Sunday in Cabo calling bank executives to try to stave off another market whiplash Monday over Trump’s reported inquiries about firing Chair Powell'>Fed Chair Powell, CNN reports

Big banks are required to take annual stress tests to make sure they aren’t at risk of crashing our economy again. Today, I asked Chair Powell why the Fed looked the other way when 3 banks failed the test:

Hearing financial experts and journalist cheering the notion Fed Chair Jay Powell will do the exact opposite President Trump wants. So, the Fed should derail the economy out of spite? Would be shocked if hadn't seen so many rooting for China in the trade war they started.

We need a Fed Chair who will stand up to Wall Street and fight for working families. We need someone who believes in tougher rules for big banks – not weaker ones. That person is not Jerome Powell.

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