Federal Reserve

The central bank should be selling bonds, not buying them.
The proverbial canary may be singing a sickly song.
A Fed official recently made some interesting comments about it.
More emphasis should be on the demand side than the supply side.
Fed doesn't want  blame for derailing stock rally.
Is the Fed the source of bubbles?
Economies haven't improved for many countries but stocks have.
Remember that, when stocks fall, it means they're on sale.
Seasonal and fundamental factors could strengthen the euro.
Degree of momentum names selling off was troubling.

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