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Danielle DiMartino
Former Federal Reserve insider, and Author of CEO Quill Intelligence
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Danielle DiMartino 5h
Replying to @danielgbones
Thank you.
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Danielle DiMartino 5h
Doubt it will take that long but the academic underpinnings have indeed been around for years.
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Danielle DiMartino 5h
Replying to @danielgbones
I only spoke to judgment of our central bankers who take oaths to remain wholly impartial.
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Keith Snyder 6h
I loved this interview, especially the part about the specific lingo shift that is then opening the door to below the zero mark.
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Edward McKernan 6h
Don't you think it is premature for Fed to talk about lowering the floor below zero before they have even cut 1/2 pt to rebuild the positive sloping yield curve. It seems that US GDP would increase and reinforce $ strength due to Europe/Japan continuous flow of investment to US
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Danielle DiMartino 6h
I only worked there for nine years. Communications campaigns are drawn out affairs in my experience.
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Nick Holz 6h
Replying to @DiMartinoBooth
Thanks for insight, that makes sense watching from the outside as well. So glad to have your voice out there - major asset for all retail investors.
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Danielle DiMartino 6h
It was the “inversion” with which I was quibbling. I associate inversion with recession which we didn’t get after 1987 crash. All good though. I see your point.
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Danielle DiMartino 6h
Replying to @Idealisticever
I’m honestly not sure at this point. Powell is not the same person he was when he took office.
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Danielle DiMartino 7h
Greenspan’s very first day in office was August 11, 1987. Crash occurred 2 months and 8 days later. I’m a Fed history freak. What can I say though it’s a matter of public record that I’m no fan of Greenspan’s policies.
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Danielle DiMartino 7h
It’s quite another for central bankers to play politics. Such behavior is is diametric opposition to their sworn duties to rise above.
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Jim Bianco 8h
Replying to @rcwhalen @POTUS
If the Fed wants independance, they can start by acting independent. The “Dean of Central Bankers,” Stan Fischer, was in the room with Powell for years. He said they FOMC knowingly damaged the economy to make a political statement. Wow!! If true, the entire board should resign.
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Christopher Whalen 8h
Replying to @biancoresearch @POTUS
So to flip the bird to Chair Powell and the FOMC decided to raise rates and almost crashed the SuperMax??? I feel better now.
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Jim Bianco 8h
[Stan] Fischer also said there was a good chance the Fed wouldn’t have raised borrowing costs in December if Trump had been less vocal, adding: “It’s not a desirable thing to have the president pronouncing on monetary policy.”
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Danielle DiMartino 7h
Replying to @biancoresearch
Jim is right. You must always do right by the economy.
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Jim Bianco 8h
Replying to @biancoresearch
This is probably the worst thing I have read about Powell yet ... a fellow Fed Governor just said he is petty and thin skinned and will do the wrong thing for the economy because it is more important to show up Trump. If this is true, Powell should resign now.
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Danielle DiMartino 7h
Stanley Fischer Says Powell Out If Trump Re-Elected in 2020 “Fischer also said there was good chance Fed wouldn’t have raised borrowing costs in December if Trump had been less vocal.” Monetary policy made in spite as toxic as that made to prop politicians
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𝕮𝖍𝖎 🛢️ 9h
Today my twitter conversations included: China slowing, canadian lobsters, NIRP V ZIRP, USD v gold, , maple syrup, Marc Rich, KSA, Iran sanctions, numerology, and food crisis ..literally I love twitter so much
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Danielle DiMartino 7h
I can see all of yours. And you are correct on where the risk lies. Midsize & small size banks will, however face stress in their CRE books. And we won’t know linkages to corporate bond market until it’s too late given the sheer size of it at nearly $10 trillion when all added in
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Danielle DiMartino 7h
Not really following this but it’s comical as my filters don’t allow certain content in case young eyes see my feed. I can only see Jules’ side of the conversation.
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