Richard Fisher

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    Fed Not Amused By The Honorable Wingnut From Kentucky

    They recently let him know exactly how they feel about his “Audit the Fed” campaign and, spoiler alert, it’s not very good!

    / Feb 10, 2015 at 3:46 PM
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    Richard Fisher Feeling Like His Old Self Again

    Following his brief flirtation with sticking by QE3, which he previously called the “ruination of our economy and lifestyle,” the Dallas Fed president is back to wanting to see it sprinting into the sunset as soon as possible, which apparently means October.

    / Jun 4, 2014 at 2:04 PM
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    Ben Bernanke’s Words Were Few, But Impactful

    Barring his authorship of a new bank regulation in 20 years or so, 2013 was Ben Bernanke’s last chance to leave his mark on the markets—and he didn’t miss it.

    / Mar 7, 2014 at 3:55 PM
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    Richard Fisher Not Thrilled With Congress Either

    The Dallas Fed president sure does hate quantitative easing. But he really, really hates our elected officials.

    / Sep 6, 2013 at 4:14 PM
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    Is Richard Fisher Going Soft On QE3?

    The Dallas Fed president adds one hell of a caveat to when he thinks the FOMC should start slowing bond purchases (formerly thought to be the day before the earliest time possible), a program he previously accused of: debasing the dollar; having potentially “tragic” consequences; “building up kindling for speculation and eventually, a massive shipboard […]

    / Aug 9, 2013 at 2:38 PM
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    Panic!

    When Richard Fisher says that the Fed is getting awfully close to beginning to end his hated QE3, everyone shrugs their shoulders and says, “the Dallas Fed president is up to it again.” When Chicago Fed chief Charles Evans says the same thing, the reaction is somewhat different.

    / Aug 7, 2013 at 3:17 PM
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    ‘My Name Is Ben, And I’m An Easy Monetary Policy-aholic’

    Richard Fisher is no fan of QE3, and he’s worried that his colleagues at the Fed have developed an unquenchable, $85 billion-a-month habit. Much as he finds their addiction abhorrent, he isn’t ready to abandon them to their fate—runaway inflation and the eventual loss of their teeth. So he’s pushing a 12-step program. First, admit […]

    / May 9, 2013 at 4:33 PM

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