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Brian C. Albrecht

Liquidity and the Transmission of Monetary Policy

A new NBER working paper considers how actions in the federal funds market affect stock prices and trade volume.

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Scott Burns

Growing Pains

Long-run growth projections have plummeted since the Great Recession. How much blame does fiscal austerity bear for this bleak outlook?

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Robert Hughes

New-Home Sales Fall Again

Sales of new single-family homes fell 5.5 percent in September, the fourth decline in a row, while inventory rose for the sixth straight month putting the months’ supply at the highest since 2011. Rising home prices and higher interest rates are likely to weigh on housing activity over coming months and quarters.

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Alexander W. Salter

Did Bernanke’s Fed Follow Bagehot’s Rules?

Bagehot’s rules are ultimately geared toward assisting illiquid financial organizations but allowing insolvent ones to fail. The Fed went out of its way to support insolvent organizations.

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Richard M. Ebeling

Government, Gold, and Separating Money From the State

Money did not originate in the laws or decrees of kings and princes. Money, as the generally accepted medium of exchange, emerged out of the market transactions of a growing number of buyers and sellers in an expanding arena of trade.

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Peter C. Earle

Voting Is Not Self-Expression

Voting may be many things, but the least of them is self-expression. Conceding the sufficiency of multi-billion dollar political contests among highly vetted, meticulously-coached candidates is a guaranteed road to self-negation.

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Chloe Anagnos

Advertisers, Press Furious at Facebook Over Its Video “Mistakes”

As users have started losing confidence in Facebook after the firm’s decision to purge hundreds of popular pages from the platform, it will be only a matter of time until a strong competitor enters the picture.

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