SAO PAULO | By Marcus Nunes | According to Alan Goolsbee, as Mr. Bernanke prepares to depart at the end of January and the Fed has initiated the exit-strategy countdown with the start of tapering, it is time to take stock of the QE Era—and time for the critics to admit they were wrong.
PUERTO RICO | By Benjamin Cole via Marcus Nunes | Some might say I have a sociopathological hatred for quantitative easing, an atavistic reaction that compels me to find reasons, sensible sounding or otherwise, for detesting and opposing QE. But I have many reasons for opposing QE.
MADRID | By Carlos Díaz Guell | Federal funds’ main interest rates, currently at 0% and 0.25%, are likely to remain untouched. Why? The Fed explained it wouldn’t increase them unless unemployment rate falls.