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 Fed Cites Job Market Gains as It Ends Asset Purchases
By Jeff Kearns and Christopher Condon Oct 30, 2014 3:43 AM GMT+0800
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    Fed Ends QE: What This Says About the Economy

The Federal Reserve said the U.S. labor market has strengthened enough to withstand an end to its unprecedented asset-purchase program and downplayed risks posed by declining inflation.

The Federal Open Market Committee also ignored the global economic slowdown and regional conflicts that have roiled equity markets, while maintaining its commitment to keep interest rates low for a “considerable time.”

The committee, in a statement in Washington, cited “solid job gains and a lower unemployment rate” since its last gathering in September. It said “underutilization of labor resources is gradually diminishing,” modifying earlier language that referred to “significant underutilization.”

Stocks and Treasuries declined while the dollar strengthened as the Fed raised its assessment of an economy that has generated a monthly average of more than 200,000 jobs this year, driving unemployment down to a six-year low, while withstanding the impact of slowdowns in Europe and Asia.

“The Fed can’t ignore a 5.9 percent unemployment rate,” said Michael Gregory, head of U.S. economics at BMO Capital Markets Ltd. in Chicago. “The Fed has to acknowledge that things are improving.”

While saying inflation in the near term will probably be held down by lower energy prices, Fed officials repeated language from their September statement that “the likelihood of inflation running persistently below 2 percent has diminished somewhat.”

The personal consumption expenditures index (SPX), the central bank’s preferred price gauge, increased 1.5 percent in August and hasn’t exceeded the Fed’s 2 percent target since March 2012.
Stocks, Treasuries

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index fell 0.5 percent to 1,975.75 as of 3:25 p.m. in New York. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note yielded 2.32 percent, up two basis points from yesterday.

Chair Janet Yellen is completing two years of bond purchases that started under her predecessor, Ben S. Bernanke, as the Fed nears its goal for full employment. She must now chart a course toward the first interest-rate increase since 2006.

The FOMC repeated it will consider a wide range of information in deciding when to raise the federal funds rate, which has been held near zero since December 2008. Most Fed officials expect to raise the rate next year, according to projections released last month.

The Fed said rates could rise sooner than currently anticipated if it makes faster progress toward its goals of full employment and stable prices. “Conversely, if progress proves slower than expected, then increases in the target range are likely to occur later than currently anticipated.”
Reinvesting Proceeds

The central bank will continue reinvesting proceeds from a balance sheet that swelled to a record $4.48 trillion in the course of three rounds of so-called quantitative easing that started in November 2008 during the longest and deepest recession since the 1930s.

The latest round was announced in September 2012, with monthly purchases of $85 billion in Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities. In contrast to the previous two programs, so-called QE3 was announced without any limit on its duration or the amount of securities to be purchased. The Fed began a step-like reduction of purchases in January 2014, cutting them by $10 billion per meeting.
Kocherlakota Dissents

Minneapolis Fed President Narayana Kocherlakota dissented, saying that with low inflation expectations, the Fed should commit to keeping rates near zero “at least until the one-to-two-year ahead inflation outlook has returned to 2 percent and should continue the asset-purchase program at its current level.”

As the Fed winds down unprecedented stimulus, the European Central Bank is contemplating its own quantitative easing program to tackle the weakest inflation in five years, and Japan is continuing purchases.

Still, a cooling global economy and declining inflation could pose risks to the outlook for the U.S., which saw growth accelerate in the second quarter to the fastest pace since 2011.

A number of officials said the five-year U.S. expansion “might be slower than they expected if foreign economic growth came in weaker than anticipated,” minutes of the Sept. 16-17 FOMC meeting show. Fed Governor Daniel Tarullo said at an Oct. 11 event in Washington that he’s “worried about growth around the world.”
Market Volatility

The weakness, along with conflicts in Ukraine and the Mideast, sparked global market turbulence that sent the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index down as much 7.4 percent from its record close on Sept. 18, the day after the last Fed meeting. Ten-year Treasury notes touched the lowest since May 2013.

The S&P 500 has since rallied to recover most of its drop, resuming an advance that has seen the index almost triple since March 2009. The 10-year Treasury note yielded 2.3 percent late yesterday, below its 3.03 percent level at the end of last year.

The divergence in major economies has also helped lift the dollar against its major peers, restraining inflation. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index, which gauges the green back against 10 major currencies, has risen close to 6 percent since July 1.
Balance Sheet

Even after purchases end, the Fed’s record balance sheet will provide support to the economy by limiting the supply of government securities and suppressing long-term interest rates. The FOMC has said it expects to stop reinvestments of maturing securities only after it raises the benchmark interest rate.

When the third round of large-scale asset purchases was announced, the jobless rate was 8.1 percent, and most policy makers forecast it would fall to 6 percent to 6.8 percent by late 2015. It’s now 5.9 percent. At the same time, weakness remains in some areas of the labor market, such as long-term unemployment.

While a 17 percent drop in oil prices this year has helped drive inflation farther below the Fed’s 2 percent target, it’s also giving consumers more to spend on other goods as gasoline prices fall to the lowest level in almost four years.

U.S. chief executive officers see reasons for optimism. JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon said last week that the world’s largest economy has “no real weak spot,” while Kenneth Jacobs, chief of investment bank Lazard Ltd., said on an earnings call that “the U.S. economy continues to be resilient.”

To contact the reporters on this story: Jeff Kearns in New York at jkearns3@bloomberg.net; Christopher Condon in Washington at ccondon4@bloomberg.net 
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8 Examples of Experts Getting it Wrong » Brave New Coin
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863. Huge rewards for Eric Holder (10/28/2014)

China got big payments for its collaboration in plot of “elimination of Kat Sung”. It’s a multi-billion dollars payment in finance. (The IPO of Alibaba in stock market and coming order of high speed rail construction in California). The extradition of corrupt Chinese officials is also a political triumph awarded to Chinese government.
Those local officials who join the plot will have big reward too.
[quote]  Eric Holder Takes $77 Million Job With JPMorgan Chase
Sep 26, 2014

Just after announcing his resignation as U.S. attorney general, Eric Holder has accepted a top job with Wall Street finance giant JPMorgan Chase.
 
Starting in early November, Holder will serve as JPMorgan Chase’s chief compliance officer, where his responsibilities will include lobbying Congress on the company’s behalf and ensuring it “gets the best deal possible” from any new proposed financial regulations. Holder will also fetch morning coffee and breakfast orders for CEO Jamie Dimon and board members.
 
For his efforts, Holder will earn an annual salary of $77 million plus bonuses for a job well done.

http://dailycurrant.com/2014/09/26/eric-holder-takes-77-million-job-with-jpmorgan-chase/ [/quote]

Eric Holder will be a multi-millionaire after he leaving his post to take the responsibility of approving a murder case.

The November plot likely will take place between 11/4 to 11/14 when my family members join an arranged cruise trip. (the ship named “Star Princess”, departure port: San Francisco.) Beware of “nature disaster” and “terror attack” happen at that time. 
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Just after announcing his resignation as U.S. attorney general, Eric Holder has accepted a top job with Wall Street finance giant JPMorgan Chase. Starting in early November, Holder will serve as JPMorgan Chase’s chief compliance officer, where his responsibilities will include lobbying ...
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JAMIE DIMON: U.S. MUST CREATE A “SAFE HARBOR” WHERE JPM’S CORRUPTION IS NOT “PUNISHED”

October 24, 2014

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SOURCE: WILLIAM K. BLACK

I want to give a hat tip to a recent Wall Street Journal article that brought to my attention two damning admissions by JPMorgan’s (JPM) CEO and Chairman of the Board, Jamie Dimon.  

The irony is that Dimon was lulled into making these admissions because he was basking in the perfect calm created by the confluence of Sorkin’s and CNBC’s storied sycophancy at the one place on earth where elite bankers feel most loved, honored, and protected – the annual meeting of the ultra-wealthy in Davos, Switzerland.  

Sorkin was the only interviewer, so Dimon faced no risk of tough questions.  

It may well have been this perfect setting that caused Dimon to let slip the mask and reveal two illustrative sins of elite bankers reported in the WSJ article.

“A spokesman for J.P. Morgan declined to comment on the continuing investigations. Mr. Dimon said in a January 2014 interview on CNBC that it has been a ‘norm of business for years’ for banks to hire [ex government officials and the] sons and daughters of companies’ [controlling officers] and to give them ‘proper jobs’ without violating the law.

‘But we got to figure out exactly how to create a safe harbor for that so you don’t…end up getting punished,’ he told the interviewer, according to a CNBC transcript.”

Yes, you read that correctly.  

It has been a “norm of business for years” for multinational corporations to hire the “sons and daughters of companies’ [controlling officials]” and to hire “ex government officials” in order to secure the favor of those powerful officials for the banks.

Dimon’s concern is that it is essential that firms should be able to continue to purchase this influence with other elites in this manner with no threat of ever “getting punished” for buying influence with such powerful foreign officials.”  

JPM’s priority is “to figure out exactly how to create a safe haven for that.”  

The elite firms’ “norm of business for years” is not an admission from Dimon’s perspective, but rather a claim of right.  

Anything that elite firms have done successfully for years to purchase influence with other elites (including hiring “ex government officials”) is obviously something that they have a right to continue to do – with total impunity from “getting punished.”  

It’s not bribery, it’s buying influence with powerful officials who run firms and government agencies and ministries.

I promptly found the CNBC interview transcript, and it was such a classic of its genre that one can see how Dimon could let down his guard and make these admissions, or as he presented them, legitimate demands on the U.S. government to create such a “safe harbor” for U.S. multinational corporations.

Two Good Ol’ Boys at Davos

The joy begins with the professional tone and distance that Sorkin brings to sycophancy.  

Dimon reinforces this professionalism throughout the interview.  

Their opening exchange sets the stage.

ANDREW ROSS SORKIN: Jamie Dimon, thanks for being here.

JAMIE DIMON: I’m thrilled to be here, Andrew.

The interview ends on the same high, professional tone.

ANDREW ROSS SORKIN: –thank you very much, Jamie. Appreciate it. Thanks.

Just two good ol’ buys shooting the breeze in Davos.

JPM’s “Chinese Princelings” and JPM’s “Purity”

Sorkin brings up the fact that JPM hires “Chinese princelings” to curry favor with their parents.  

Dimon responds that “I’m not going to through any of the current” governmental investigations of JPM.  

To Sorkin’s credit, he asks a follow-up about JPM losing a potential IPO engagement with a Chinese firm due to a “Chinese princeling” issue.  

Dimon responds with this a fabulous line:  “we’re trying to make decisions that try to make us as pure as possible.”  

Yes, Dimon rebrands JPM as purer than Ivory soap.  

His very next argument is this is why it is essential that the governments create a “safe harbor” so that JPM can hire the princelings and ex government officials in order to curry favor with the elites that control firms and governmental agencies without any risk of “punishment.”  

You know, “as pure as possible.”

Sorkin Closes for the Killer Interview Question to Dimon

It’s an incredible set up for Sorkin.  

Sorkin pounces for the kill, leaping on his now helplessly hypocritical prey.  

Or, alternative B, he doesn’t actually listen to Dimon’s amazing answer to his question and instead interrupts the answer just as Dimon demands the creation of a “safe harbor” under which firms like JPM can continue to hire “Chinese princelings” and “ex government officials” for the express purpose of buying corporate and governmental influence without any risk of “getting punished.”

ANDREW ROSS SORKIN: Is there anything in this–

JAMIE DIMON: –getting punished.

ANDREW ROSS SORKIN: –whole thing that you’ve read that’s made you uncomfortable?

JAMIE DIMON: I’m not– actually I don’t want to go anymore into that one, yeah.

When Dimon blows off Sorkin’s inane question about whether he has read anything that has made him “uncomfortable,” Sorkin switches to the perfect Davos question.  

“Is the stock market out over its skis relative to where we are in the true economy?”

Who’s Your Daddy?

It never dawns on Sorkin during the interview that there might be something desperately wrong about Dimon’s belief that multinational corporations have the inalienable right to buy influence through their hires of “ex government officials” and “Chinese princelings” and that the duty of the U.S. government is to create a “safe harbor” for JPM’s officers so that they can be assured that they can freely buy influence with no risk of “getting punished.”  

There epitome of merit-based hiring at JPM’s China operations is based on the answer to the colloquial question:  “who’s your daddy?”

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Just learnt another new word: "poppycock". 

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Pure poppycock. We can think of a far more realistic explanation for why no meddling into high risk trading at JPMorgan using depositors’ savings was ever conducted in 2008 through 2010: Jamie Dimon sat on the Board of Directors of the New York Fed – his bank’s regulator –  from 2007 through 2012.

And while all of this was happening, William Dudley was serving as the President and CEO of the New York Fed while his wife, Ann Darby, a former Vice President at JPMorgan, was receiving approximately $190,000 per year in deferred compensation from JPMorgan – an amount she is slated to receive until 2021 according to financial disclosure forms.
"

#endthefederalreserve   #banksters   #jpmorgan   #jpmorganchase +Federal Reserve Bank of New York 
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