Eric Rosengren and Robert Kaplan may be gone, but Elizabeth Warren will have Richard Clarida to kick around. Until January, anyway.
And also, you know, his ability to save cryptos going forward.
Whether you’re a simple homeowner or a sophisticated investment banking client, it’s just the way Wells does business.
Well, it’s second-to-late. And if not that, let it be Jay Powell’s last.
John Paulson, for his part, thinks a different thing will be worthless.
Just another normal day in the cryptoverse.
What with the backsliding in spite of the massive investments in AML, and all.
If there’s a benchmark, someone is trying (and probably succeeding) at manipulating it.
Gary Gensler and Ted Kaufman are not the kind of people big finance want to see in positions of influence.
And that doesn’t even take into account the QAnon guy.
They’ll probably just shrug off the impending economic cliff the president and Congress seem intent on driving off.
Who says this country suffers from systemic racism?
Some people have understood and connected the dots and lay the blame at the Fed’s door.
I mean, sure, a 50% jump in profits seems great, but he wouldn’t want to set expectations too high.
But not without delivering another, posthumous “F.U.” to the late former Fed chief.