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Larry Kudlow: Looming Global Economic Recession

Posted by Larry Doyle on June 18th, 2012 9:54 AM |

Do you get the sense that despite any and all efforts of central bankers and government officials on the surface, there is an ongoing, powerful, and deflationary force at work gaining momentum along our global economic landscape? Regrettably, I think there is no doubt of this simple reality.

Regardless of the political outcomes yesterday in Greece, the EU faces daunting prospects. Growth is slowing in the Asian markets and our own economy is staring at an enormous fiscal cliff. Who understands the challenges we face? My former Bear Stearns colleague, highly regarded economist Larry Kudlow who wrote the other day,¬†A Global Recession: The Warning Signs Are Everywhere: (more…)

Larry Kudlow on Janet Yellen

Posted by Larry Doyle on March 13th, 2010 7:13 AM |

President Obama will likely nominate Janet Yellen of the San Francico Fed to replace Donald Kohn as number two in the hieracrchy at the Federal Reserve behind Fed Chair Ben Bernanke.

What can we learn about Ms. Yellen? Let’s read Larry Kudlow, a highly regarded economist and market practitioner with extensive experience on Wall Street, in Washington, and on the airwaves. Kudlow and Yellen look at the economy from a decidedly different perspective. Kudlow recently wrote of Ms. Yellen’s nomination and what it says about the Obama administration in his Kudlow’s Commentary:

The new Obama Fed is going to be very dovish when it comes to fighting future inflation and defending the value of the dollar. (more…)






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