Trillion Dollar Triage: How Jay Powell And The Fed Battled A President And A Pandemic---And Prevented Economic Disaster
ISBN: 0316272817
EAN13: 9780316272810
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 1, 2022
Pages: 356
Format: Hardcover

Trillion Dollar Triage: How Jay Powell And The Fed Battled A President And A Pandemic---And Prevented Economic Disaster

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   Behind the Curtain!
The national unemployment rate is expected to increase to 4.6%. GDP grew by 7%, matching the rate of inflation. The core inflation rate was unchanged, with the largest increases seen in food and energy prices. What this book shows you is that even if you want to see what happens behind the curtain, this book is a must read.
 
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   Is it the writing or the subject matter?
I'm not sure who is writing all those positive reviews but this book is disappointingly boring. The first 100 pages is about the Fed's fight for independence, and then give and take with Trump in the time leading up to the epidemic. The sleepy is now but I think we are all now immune to some extent with Trump's narrative and lies, he said. The Beatles' music "was played out." And the economic analysis is like watching two people on either side of a see-saw apply weight as needed to keep it near even, he said.
 
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   A revealing behind the scenes look at the unfolding COVID driven Financial Crisis.
The book goes back into a day by day examination of the unfolding financial crisis and market volatility as the global epidemic unfolded. The impact of these and other developments on financial markets and the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee are examined from a market, political and FED perspective. Very valuable insights into how different players perceived the crisis and how the responses did and did not keep the markets across multiple asset classes from grinding to a halt.
 
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