Sunday, April 13, 2014

Weekend Wrap Up: Larry Kudlow criticizes Yellen’s low-flation nonsense

Politics and Government

From Bloomberg, Simon Kennedy and Ilan Kolet say the U.S. global growth engineis no longer purring.

On ABC News, Harry Dunphy and Martin Crutsinger report on the conclusion of the IMF meeting, fragile economic growth.

Monetary Reform

At National Review, Larry Kudlow criticizes Yellen’s low-flation nonsense.

In USA Today, Paul Davidson reports Fed minutes show concern about confusing markets.

At MarketWatch, Rex Nutting writes the more the Fed explains, the less markets understand.


In The WSJ, Wayne Arnold believes China is saying “please excuse us while we renovate our economy.”

From TGSN, Kathleen Packard says France and Italy are swimming against the tide of European austerity.

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