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Fed should control yield curve.

This* is what #MMT has been arguing all along. It shouldn't just be for crises, and it's weird that anyone in favor of "central bank independence" doesn't think a central bank should have more tools.https://t.co/c6qSo4omNY — Scott Fullwiler (@stf18) March 27, 2020 *FT Opinion (Registration required)Why the Fed should put the Treasuries market on a war footing  Colby Smiththers

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Nathan Tankus — What if The Federal Reserve Just … Spent Money?

Nathan Tankus is a go-to guy on the institutional side of MMT. Following Scott Fullwiler, I also highly recommended subscribing to his new blog if you are into the nitty gritty and don't want to miss anything since I will only be linking it selectively. Nathan offers a free and a premium service. Like MMT legal scholar Rohan Grey, Nathan is an up-and-comer and is already becoming a star. The MMT bench is broadening and deepening. Please support Nathan if you are interested and able. Here is...

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There’s Nothing Normal About the Fed Pumping Hundreds of Billions Weekly to Unnamed Banks on Wall Street: “Somebody’s Got a Problem” — Pam Martens and Russ Martens

Yesterday, the House Financial Services Committee released its hearing schedule for October. There is not a peep about holding a hearing on the unprecedented hundreds of billions of dollars that the Federal Reserve Bank of New York is pumping into unnamed banks on Wall Street at a time when there is no public acknowledgement of any kind of financial crisis taking place. Congressional committees should have been instantly on top of the Fed’s actions when they first started on September 17...

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The Federal Reserve’s new Distributional Financial Accounts provide telling data on growing U.S. wealth and income inequality — Raksha Kopparam

Wealth disparities between the rich and the poor in the United States have broadened over the past 30 years, according to a new dataset released earlier this month by researchers at the Federal Reserve Board. Their Distributional Financial Accounts is the new dataset that provides quarterly estimates of wealth distribution in the country from 1989 to 2019. 2 The new dataset was created by integrating the Federal Reserve Board’s Financial Accounts with the Survey of Consumer Finances....

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