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Central bank: an institution that oversees the banking system and regulates the money supply
Monetary policy: the setting of the money supply by policymakers in the central bank
Federal Reserve (Fed): the central bank of the U.S.
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Hilsenrath, Jon. "Fed Looks Likely to Stick to Policy Path." The Wall Street Journal [New York] 22 Apr.
2014: 1-4. Print.
Theres not much suspense about what the Federal Reserves Open Market Committee will do at
this weeks meeting. As Jon Hilsenrath has r
Hilsenrath, Jon. "Reasons Why Janet Yellen Still Sees Slack in Economy." The Wall Street Journal
[New York] 31 Mar. 2014: 1-4. Print.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen offered a hardy defense of the central banks easy
money policies in a recent spee
Da Costa, Pedro Nicolaci. "Yellen Says Job Market Far From Healthy." The Wall Street Journal [New York]
31 Mar. 2014: 1-3. Print.
.the US economy and job markets are still far from healthy, and still require plenty of support
from the central banks low-in
Hilsenrath, Jon. "Inside Fed Statement Lurks Hint on Rates." The Wall Street Journal [New York] 23 Mar.
2014: 1-3. Print.
In an article in The Wall Street Journal by Jon Hilsenrath, Hilsenrath noted that last week, Federal
Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen
Malpass, David . "The Fed's Taper Is Already Paying Off." The Wall Street Journal [New York] 19 Mar.
2014: 1-2. Print.
The Federal Reserve started tapering its bond purchases at the beginning of the year and is on
track to end them by October, writes Davi
Timiraos, Nick. "Plan for Mortgage Giants Takes Shape." The Wall Street Journal [New York] 11
Mar. 2014: 1-4. Print.
An article in the Wall Street Journal written by Nick Timiraos stated that just recently, the Senate
and the White House agreed on a frame
Leubsdorf, Ben . "U.S. Adds 175,000 Jobs; Unemployment Ticks up to 6.7%." The Wall Street
Journal [New York] 7 Mar. 2014: 1-3. Print.
According to an article in the Wall Street Journal by Ben Leubsdorf, job growth in February
seemed to pick up as employer
Calomiris, Charles, and Allan Meltzer. "How Dodd-Frank Doubles Down on 'Too Big to Fail'." The Wall
Street Journal [New York] 17 Feb. 2014: 1-2. Print.
The Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 mandated hundreds of major regulations to control bank risk-taking
Malkiel, Burton. "'Buy and Hold' Is Still a Winner." The Wall Street Journal [New York] 10 Nov. 2018: 1-3.
In his article in The Wall Street Journal, Malkiel addresses the fact the buy and hold investment
techniques are still an effective means of
Hilsenrath, Jon. "Hilsenrath Analysis: Fed Likely to Stay Course on Rates and Bond Buying." The Wall
Street Journal 7 Feb. 2014: 1-3. Print.
The January employment rate is likely to be a confounding one for Federal Reserve officials.
Jon Hilsenrath, a wri
Schiller, Brad. "The Inequality Myth." The Wall Street Journal 10 Mar. 2008: 1-3. Print.
At first glance, the economic situation of America seems pretty dark and despairing. It
seems almost as if our economy is staying stagnant or even creeping backwards
Cowen, Tyler . "A Dearth of Investment in Young Workers." The New York Times 26 Nov. 2013: 1-3.
One of the most troubling features of the slow economic recovery is that it has largely
bypassed young people. This doesnt bode well for the future of t
Thompson, Derek. "The 33 Whitest Jobs in America." The Atlantic 12 Nov. 2013: 1-3. Print.
The workforce is even more stratified by race than youd imagine. In an article in The
Atlantic, entitled The 33 Whitest Jobs in America, Derek Thompson points out th
Casselman, Ben . "Five Takeaways From October Jobs Report." The Wall Street Journal 8 Nov. 2013:
Morath, Eric , and Jonathan House. "In October Jobs report, U.S. Hiring Picks Up Strongly." U.S.
News 8 Nov. 2013: 1-2. Print.
This month of Octob
Powell, Benjamin . "In Defense of "Sweatshops". Library of Economics and Liberty 2 June 2008: 1-6.
I do not want to work in a third world sweatshop, stated Benjamin Powell in his article
entitled In Defense of Sweatshops, but for many sweatshop wor
"Immigrants and the GOP." The Wall Street Journal 13 Nov. 2012: 1-3. Print.
The issue of immigration has more recently become a hot topic discussion point in both daily
life and the political arena. The Wall Street Journal wrote an article on this issue,
Mulligan, Casey. "How ObamaCare Wrecks the Work Ethic." The Wall Street Journal 2 Oct. 2013: 12. Print.
Casey Mulligan, in his article entitled How ObamaCare Wrecks the Work Ethic, points out
that Obama Care is simply, a new wave of redistribution of weal
Kristof, Nicholas. "Where Sweatshops Are a Dream." The New York Times 15 Jan. 2009: 1-2. Print.
Sweat shops are only a symptom of poverty, not a cause, and banning them closes off one
route out of poverty. Sweat shops are by no means a preferred or even m
Moore, Stephen . "Where the Jobs Are- and How to Get One." The Wall Street Journal 20 Sept.
2013: 1-4. Print.
To land and keep a job isnt hard, but you have to meet three conditions: First you need
integrity; second, a strong work ethic; and third you nee
Sanderson, Allen . "Don't Fight For Fifteen." Chicago Tribune 28 Aug. 2013: 1-2. Print.
Allen Sanderson, a writer at The Chicago Tribune, published an article entitled Dont Fight for
Fifteen which addresses the hot topic issue of whether or not to raise t