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Deputy Global Economics Editor — Wall Street Journal
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Live Blog: Fed Decision and Janet Yellen’s Press Conference

The Fed Is Still A Chaperone, Worrying About A Different Punch Bowl

blogs.wsj.com — Ever since William McChesney Martin popularized the "punch bowl" metaphor to explain monetary policy six decades ago, it has been a staple of Federal Reserve tightening cycles. The central bank "is in the position of the chaperone who has ordered the punch bowl removed just when the party was really warming up," the Fed chairman said in 1955, citing an unidentified writer for the line.

The 2009 FOMC Laugh Track: Fed Humor in a Bleak Economic Year

blogs.wsj.com — Federal Reserve policy makers faced a dark economic outlook as 2009 began. They cut some of the tension at Federal Open Market Committee meetings with their usual brand of central banking humor. The FOMC's 11 meetings and phone calls in 2009 featured 303 moments of laughter- marked in the transcripts, released Wednesday, by a "[Laughter]" tag.

Live Blog: Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s Report to Congress

blogs.wsj.com — Just how "patient" is the Federal Reserve? Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen could answer that question and much more as she delivers her semiannual report to Congress. The hearing gets under way at 10 a.m. ET with the Fed's report and Yellen's testimony, followed by hours of Q&A. We'll follow all the action here.

Tom Brady, Monetary Economist? ‘I Have No Explanation’ For Deflation

Global Joblessness Returns To Precrisis Levels In New IMF Employment Gauge

blogs.wsj.com — Global unemployment is finally back to levels seen before the global financial crisis. But the recession has left a sharp divergence between advanced and emerging economies, according to a new gauge unveiled by the International Monetary Fund. The world's jobless rate ended 2014 at 5.6%, where it stood in 2007.

What the Economic Forecasters Got Right-and Wrong-in 2014

blogs.wsj.com — Many economic forecasters can look back on 2014 as one of their least embarrassing performances of recent years. It's not exactly a pretty picture: Most of them in January expected far higher oil prices, firmer inflation, a worse jobless rate and higher interest rates than the year actually delivered.

5 Questions on the U.S. Economy for 2014, Revisited

blogs.wsj.com — The past year saw renewed turbulence in the eurozone, Japan, China, Russia, Turkey, Brazil, South Africa and more-just about every major economy delivering disappointment. U.S. businesses, consumers and investors so far have shrugged off many of those problems, plowing ahead given the relatively strong U.S. performance.

Oil Collapse, Russia Woes Reshape White House’s International Economic Policy

blogs.wsj.com — For a meeting of the Group of Eight nations in 2012, President Barack Obama gathered officials around a small wooden table at Camp David for an intimate discussion of the world's top economic problems. Russia's prime minister, who was two seats away, was later described by the White House as an "active participant."

Recap: Fed Decision and Janet Yellen’s Press Conference

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Apr 27, 2015

RT @crampell: Koch Industries "bans the box," drops criminal-history question from job applications usat.ly/1ze8SHi

Apr 27, 2015

RT @mccarthyryanj: 9 of the 10 large metro areas with the highest rates of GDP growth since '08 are in the West or SW bloom.bg/1HNX9ln

Apr 26, 2015

Behind Nepal's tragedy: a shock wave as powerful as the explosion of 20 thermonuclear weapons on.wsj.com/1GkuOgY pic.twitter.com/lbRSF1RSH5

Apr 25, 2015

"The sun never sets on America’s special-operations forces." 81 countries over the past year: on.wsj.com/1DYAhM6 pic.twitter.com/mEXIPWfM2e

Apr 25, 2015

Comcast "assigned members of its sprawling lobbying team...based often on their ethnicity" nyti.ms/1b1tPcI pic.twitter.com/PG6mLmzO3P

Apr 25, 2015

The continental U.S. has 1.9 billion acres of land, valued at $23 trillion. 94% is undeveloped on.wsj.com/1ORXQsJ pic.twitter.com/AjEflsRb3m

Apr 25, 2015

@charlesforelle The 1970s DC/NYC brain trust figured that's all the rest of the nation deserved if DC and NYC were wiped out.

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