We were maximum overweight gold for most of the last ten years, going back to when Alan Greenspan drove interest rates down below the rate of inflation after the Tech Stock Bubble burst.
If Alan Greenspan brought a Wall Street pinstripe style to his job as the U.S. central banker, David Dodge will bring his professorial tweed jackets to his new role as governor of the Bank of CanadaMore quotes »
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Can a Snooping Scandal Break Wall Street’s Bloomberg Addiction?
up would be nearly impossible. For all the embarrassing revelations about Bloomberg News reporters snooping on Ben Bernanke and Alan Greenspan through their terminals, the more telling fact is this: Since the scandal broke last week, Bloomberg says that not from New York Magazine Read more »
Bloomberg terminal story goes global - Top questions in the IRS scandal - GOP battles over economic policies - Feds may repropose mortgage rule - Economy set to grow but very slowly
of information carried on the Bloomberg terminal. … Bloomberg employees are even said to have accessed details of ex-Fed chief Alan Greenspan's contacts with the company's help desk. … Bloomberg's chief executive Dan Doctoroff has declared the practice a ‘mistake’, from The Politico Read more »
Eron Analysis of Business Ethics
starting as far back as 2001. In October and November of that year, Lay made several phone calls to Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, Commerce Secretary Donald Evans, and Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill, asking for help. This sort of lobbying behavior from PaperCamp.com Read more »
It Doesn’t Take Much To Brighten A Bloomberg Employee’s Day
will do. Several former Bloomberg employees say colleagues would look up chat transcripts of famous customers, like Alan Greenspan, for amusement on slow workdays. The transcripts were typically mundane and hardly incriminating, but who wouldn’t enjoy watching from DealBreaker Read more »
Gold: Who’s Selling, Who’s Buying, and Who’s Lying
rates. Eleven years before, on July 24, 1998, before the House Committee on Banking and Financial Services, Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan had testified: Central banks stand ready to lease gold in increasing quantities should the price rise. Although Greenspan from ETF daily news Read more »