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Former chair of the Council of Economic Advisors Kevin Hassett reacts to United Airlines’ inflation warning on ‘Kudlow.’ #FoxBusiness #kudlow

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  1. The Federal Reserve Bank, based on Jerome Powell's own admission, has little to no influence over the "supply side" in our economy.

  2. None of these banks cared about causing hyperinflation with their insane/ruinous money policies THEN.
    So why should they care about any kind of recession NOW?🤔

  3. Which corporations pay you?

  4. Only buy what you need…nothing else!

  5. Forget interest rates going up much before November.

  6. Exactly what I've been saying. Why are we focusing only on demand DEstruction and not supply CONstructiom?

  7. Biden so unfit and delusional!

  8. Spot on, supply side 'spending' (or tax cuts as with expensing) improves productivity per person & thereby average real wage, a rising average real wage is just wage growth HIGHER than inflation. People with higher average real wage have more money to invest in productivity per person improving direct investment at home & average real wage reducing investment in land, property & loans abroad to reduce US trade deficit via increased service payments from nations running a trade surplus with the US. Pareto optimum overall average real wage growth from trade requires tariff or service payment balanced trade.

  9. Different this time ? Almost all Bitcoin metrics are now hinting at a price bottom ,Bitcoin investors face mixed sentiment as some think the bottom is very dangerous to at the time to investors . Meanwhile , others fear the impact that a global recession could have on risk assets . For this reason , traders should analyze derivatives markets data to understand if traders are pricing higher odd of a downturn. Despite currently holding an extremely low futures premium (Basis rate ), the market has kept a balanced demand between leverage buyer and sellers . To exclude externalities specific to the futures instrument , trades must also analyze the Bitcoin option market . For instance , the 25% delta skew shows when Bitcoin whales and arbitrage desk are overcharging for downside or upside protection During bearish market , options investors gives higher odd for a price crash , causing the skew indicators to rise above 12%. As investor , I will urge all Investors to buy to Buy and not to hold but engage into Day-Trading in other to Grow and accumulate profits in their portfolio not to run at loss . I have been able to get profits of 5.5(BTC) in less than 5 weeks using signals alert provided by Oscar Aldrich . Dr Aldrich can be contacted via Telegram Oscar_Trade * for further inquiries in any crypto related issues .

  10. Different this time ? Almost all Bitcoin metrics are now hinting at a price bottom ,Bitcoin investors face mixed sentiment as some think the bottom is very dangerous to at the time to investors . Meanwhile , others fear the impact that a global recession could have on risk assets . For this reason , traders should analyze derivatives markets data to understand if traders are pricing higher odd of a downturn. Despite currently holding an extremely low futures premium (Basis rate ), the market has kept a balanced demand between leverage buyer and sellers . To exclude externalities specific to the futures instrument , trades must also analyze the Bitcoin option market . For instance , the 25% delta skew shows when Bitcoin whales and arbitrage desk are overcharging for downside or upside protection During bearish market , options investors gives higher odd for a price crash , causing the skew indicators to rise above 12%. As investor , I will urge all Investors to buy to Buy and not to hold but engage into Day-Trading in other to Grow and accumulate profits in their portfolio not to run at loss . I have been able to get profits of 5.5(BTC) in less than 5 weeks using signals alert provided by Oscar Aldrich . Dr Aldrich can be contacted via Telegram Oscar_Trade * for further inquiries in any crypto related issues .

  11. TU..MOST INFORMATIVE..KEEP ON KEEPING ON

  12. If someone is in that huge debtor class (i.e. the youth that have been saddled with the unpaid bills of the previous generations[i.e. national debt]) then inflation is welcomed news. Monetizing that debt away is probably the only way to get it reduced to a rational level. Did the previous generations really think they could get away with not paying their bills and make their children pay it? HAHAHA – idiots!

  13. We are doomed…just sayin

  14. Reducing energy costs is the most important thing to reduce inflation

  15. Screw it up to justify their existence.

    Fed Reserve.
    State.
    Church.
    Constitution.
    Education.
    Medicine.
    NATO.
    The Planet.
    Etc etc etc.

    "We need to remind them why they need us."
    V

  16. If employers are raising wages the fed isn't doing its job.

  17. Bipartisan expensing provision???

  18. Expenses have always been deductible under GAAP. Your talking about pulling the expensing forward instead of spreading it out That's not proper accounting

  19. The Brandon administration has done such an awesome job 😳

  20. Tomorrow night starting dark days of world

  21. Tomorrow understands I leaving in matrix or world leaving matrix

  22. 18 month to big time. 😂😁world have much more time

  23. Prayers are our salvation.

  24. Milton Bradley™ Monopoly trillion 💵 version. Informs people over inflation. Numbers change… Value goes down.
    Simple economics. Unions democrats don't understand, Biden 1#

  25. Things that were .99 even 2$ are now $5 and up.Ridiculous to need basic items but not be able to afford to eat!

  26. Fight inflation buy Ethereum Classic & Bitcoin both have a capped monetary supply

  27. I'm not suggesting we aren't in a wage price spiral – we are – but using pilot contract data at major airlines as the measure isn't a very good indicator. I flew for a major air line (that's a hint) and this is a part of "pattern bargaining". These sorts of increases, in between stagnations, were the rule, not the exception.

  28. I can't even imagine next year it's so bad now 😫

  29. What is happening now shows that a Federal Minimum Wage never helps because when it is increased, companies have to increase their costs to absorb the forced increase in wages.