Dr. Perryman describes the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on inflation and associated interest rates.
The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged following its December meeting and signaled it would stay on hold for 2020.
Reading the tea leaves for hints as to where the Federal Reserve might be on further interest rate cuts is a must for economists, unless like Dr. Perryman, they read the Fed's minutes for meetings and have for years.
What can we expect from the Federal Reserve following the recent expected quarter-point interest rate cut?
Dr. Perryman reflects on the recent Federal Reserve Board meeting and its quarter of a point interest rate cut.
One economic idea being kicked around in Washington involves zero interest rates and restructuring the nation's debt.
Dr. Perryman says President Trump continues to put intense public pressure on the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates dramatically.
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates a quarter of a point at its recent meeting. It was a move Dr. Perryman says left no one happy.
This week, the Fed raised interest rates for the third time this year. Dr. Perryman says the Fed is gradually selling off the massive amount of assets it has on its balance sheet.