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It's so absurd now.— Rudy Havenstein, Smiling Politely (@RudyHavenstein) July 22, 2019
Judy Shelton, the supposed nutty goldbug, "would have voted for a 50-basis point cut at the June meeting."
Nowadays the "doves" want 1923 Germany, while the "hawks" want 1922 Germany. https://t.co/RXAfy6cq9o pic.twitter.com/5vmIz4eKw5
KOCHERLAKOTA, on a potential Fed cut next week: "If history is any guide, it will mean that the Fed is highly unlikely to be willing to raise rates for the next twenty-five to fifty meetings. That IS a big deal."— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) July 22, 2019
(via @bopinion) https://t.co/M0kYVw1mgY
#FactCheck— 🤗🌎#NOT4ME4US🌊💡 (@MattMorgan23) July 22, 2019
Trump claims we have a record economy, yet:
"The U.S. Federal Reserve is poised to put interest rates on a new, downward trajectory in its efforts to support an increasingly fragile economy."
Record Economy does not equal a Fragile Economy https://t.co/lbDnGZWKEm
'The U.S. Federal Reserve is poised to put interest rates on a new, downward trajectory in its efforts to support an increasingly fragile economy. The move certainly presents inflationary risks, and the public should know about them.' https://t.co/1N9KYy1oLn pic.twitter.com/ZfYZzyCj6P— Jesse Felder (@jessefelder) July 22, 2019
At their next meeting fed likely cutting interest rates for the first time in more than 10 years. .....But if history is any guide, it will mean that Fed is highly unlikely to be willing to raise rates for the next 25-50 meetings. That is a big deal. https://t.co/bbM3RnBDMw— Danny Blanchflower (@D_Blanchflower) July 22, 2019
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