This is Dennis Lockhart, in a speech from earlier today:
“One of my favorite movies is A Few Good Men starring Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise. I’ve seen it five or six times. It’s about the murder of a Marine private down at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base and the trial of two young Marines who thought they were roughing up a slacker under orders. At bottom, it’s about a narrative that does not hold up and hang together.”
Obviously, he goes on, and while we weren’t there to hear the remarks live, it seems fairly obvious that Lockhart did the “voices” during the pivotal scenes referenced: Read more »
Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart is what you might call a bellwether at the central bank, given his closeness to the Great (Retiring) Beard. That means he’s a winner. It also means he may or may not have any strong opinions of his own. Except this one: It is high time that the Fed made a decision on tapering. Now, he’s not saying what that decision should be, but if someone knows, they should probably tell him. Read more »
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