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It's outrageous to use this pandemic as cover to sneak in favors for big banks - but that’s exactly what Fed Vice Chair Quarles is trying to do. The next relief package should help workers and their families, not Wall Street.

“Vice Chair Quarles has not been shy about lobbying on behalf of Wall Street,” @SenSherrodBrown ⁩ & @SenWarren ⁩ wrote to Fed Chairman Powell this week in a letter criticizing the latest effort to ease bank capital requirements

New York Times Rewrites the Timeline of the Fed’s Wall Street Bailouts, Giving Banks a Free Pass

Sensex, Nifty Open Higher After Fed Rate Decision: Indian shares opened a tad higher on Thursday, tracking firm cues from Wall Street and Asia after the Federal Reserve kept rates near zero and repeated a pledge to use its "full range of tools" to… RTT


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Q: Why do I say buy, gold, silver&Bitcoin? A: Because I do not trust the Fed, Treasury, or Wall Street. Game of $ rigged in their favor. Gold, silver, Bitcoin are outside their control. As Fed prints trillions in Fake $ Gold, Silver& Bitcoin become harder, stronger, more real.

"I would rather have less money to have a better world. But, OK, my punishment is I have more money to have a more f---ed world." This is how the coronavirus pandemic unfolds when you're a Wall Street billionaire

You know what’s radical: the Fed sending $1,500,000,000,000 to Wall Street in a split second. You know what’s decent, fair, and necessary: Medicare for All, guaranteed paid sick leave, and universal childcare. Don’t let the naysayers convince you otherwise.

Fed’s decision today to offer banks $1,500,000,000,000 is a sign that the financial system is again in dangerous territory. For years, Wall Street, its enablers on the Fed, and Steve Mnuchin have sought to go back to the wild days before 2008. Now we begin to see the results.

As the Fed works through the weekend to deliver trillions in aid for Wall Street and investors, McConnell and Republicans in Congress aren't even in town to vote on legislation that would help the American people. It's a prime example of who our political system really serves.

I hope the people over at the Fed will read today’s Wall Street Journal Editorial before they make yet another mistake. Also, don’t let the market become any more illiquid than it already is. Stop with the 50 B’s. Feel the market, don’t just go by meaningless numbers. Good luck!

I didn't hear Jamie Dimon criticizing socialism when Wall Street begged for the largest federal bailout in American history—some $700 billion from the Treasury and even more from the Fed.

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.

The Fed bailed out Wall Street with extremely low interest rates. I think we can stand to treat can treat college graduates the same.

If the Fed could bail out Wall Street with extremely low interest rates, we can treat graduating college students with the same respect.