Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Stew Nod, Jun 6, 2016.
Anyone wonder why? I know. I'll hang up and take your calls
Investors are excited about the prospects of companies slashing costs at the expense of the common man?
The stock market has little to do w the day-to-day issues of the working man
No fed rate hike...more printing
Bad news is good news if you're a bank....Go Murica
will they at least still give out free lollipops at the teller desks?
Sure the lollipops are free, unfortunately using a teller will cost you $4.95.
I imagine they're sporting boners over anticipation of the TPP bill.
Man....Trump flips flops like crazy. Very bad!
Good thing no one needs to see a teller anymore @Babs @J High
I was afraid you'd find this thread
Bad news means the f'ed will not raise interest rates which will keep borrowing low,
Too much bad news would push the fed into some kind of stimulus. Stimulus money never hits Main Street but is funneled into Wall Street stocks, inflating their prices. The fed's motivation is to create a wealth effect, whereby people think they are richer because of their 401ks etc despite the fact their jobs got shipped to paco in mexico.
All that wealth inequality that we read about is caused by the federal reserve bank which expanded its balance sheet by a tremendous factor during the Obama administration
I have a bank teller allert...
I want to punch that Yellen in the face. She should shut the fuck up already about interest rates rising.
It's not going to happen this year.
ATM is considered a teller visit
Fuck Wall STreet, this is all about .25 of a point. I'd say raise interest rates to 2%, you would immediately see housing sales soar because people would be prodded to buy before rates go even higher and more people would put their money in the bank. They are not spending it anyway.
Havent run into a fee for using my own bank's atm yet.