All eyes on Europe as Fed waits
The Federal Reserve acknowledged that the economy is slowing, but it didn't act, leaving everyone focused on the European Central Bank's upcoming meeting.
Draghi. Addicted to the television camera and being in the spotlight. Reminds me of our leaders.
But maybe . . . Ben has finally come to realize how successful quantitative easing is. The fact that it is not successful. Nothing sadder than a wild west gunman with no bullets left in his gun.
All of them . . . addicted to the television camera.
Get over it. Decades ago I asked a girl to my senior prom. She said no.
Get over it Ben.
Get over it Draghi.
Sheesh. Do we care what our leaders are doing? We have fine young American men without any feet running in the Olympics on orthopedic devices trying to win a medal. I think the American people know who their heros are.
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