2 comments
Sort: Newest | Oldest
Firozali A.Mulla
Firozali A.Mulla

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke on

Friday left the door wide open to a further easing of monetary policy, saying

the stagnation in the US labour market was

a "grave concern," but he stopped short of providing a clear signal

of imminent action. His

stark language gave a temporary lift to US stocks, but economists walked away

from the Fed chairman's remarks still divided over whether the central bank

would launch a fresh round of bond purchases at its upcoming meeting in

September. Bernanke said

the Fed had to weigh the costs as well as the benefits of more monetary

stimulus, although he hinted the costs were likely worthwhile. And here is the reason why there is a controversy

..don’t have the actual quotation, but

former President Bill Clinton in his Democratic Convention speech did make a

comparison between Democratic and Republican administrations over the past 56

years. The claim is that Republican administrations created 24 million jobs

while Democratic ones created 44 million. I believe that is a recycled and not

so accurate claim. As I noted in a citing, "Partisan Economy," published

in the December 2011 issue of

Reason: I thank you Firozali A.Mulla DBA

Debt Free Teen
Debt Free Teen

I don't pay any fees at my credit union and I don't  think my mom does with ING either. I'm surprised banks still charge fees because so few people write checks anymore.