The Fed can avoid a slowdown with one more rate cut: Jeremy Siegel "I agree completely with" St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, who has advocated for a 50 basis point cut, Siegel says. Kilde: CNBC Finance
Fed 'insurance' cut gets cold shoulder from markets The Fed cut interest rates by a quarter point, but it also reaffirmed its rate cut was meant to serve as insurance for the economy. Kilde: CNBC Finance
Disney CEO Bob Iger: I believe if Steve Jobs were still alive, we might have combined with Apple Disney CEO Bob Iger writes in his autobiography that he believes he would have discussed combining Disney with Apple had Steve Jobs lived. Kilde: CNBC Finance
A Warren Buffett protege is leaving to start her own Berkshire Tracy Britt Cool is leaving the firm after a decade to start a company that replicates Warren Buffett's business model, the Wall Street Journal reported. Kilde: CNBC Finance
Powell doesn't see the Fed ever using negative interest rates, even in times of crisis Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the he does not see the Fed using negative interest rates in the future. Kilde: CNBC Finance
Powell says it's possible the Fed will have to resume balance sheet growth Powell said on Wednesday that the Fed may have to resume regular balance sheet growth to help ease money markets. Kilde: CNBC Finance
Powell says a 'sequence' of rate cuts could be needed if economy turns, but doesn't see that now Jerome Powell pledged that the central bank would engage in a "sequence" of interest rate cuts if conditions warrant, but he doesn't see that as necessary now. Kilde: CNBC Finance
Fed gets more divided, as three members vote against rate cut The Fed has become increasingly divided, with three officials voting against the Fed's quarter-point cut to the fed funds target rate range. Kilde: CNBC Finance
Jeffrey Gundlach says the Fed may have to start 'QE-lite' to boost bank reserves DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach said the Federal Reserve might need to embark on quantitative easing to increase the money supply. Kilde: CNBC Finance
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