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Insider Trading at The Federal Reserve and Investment Giants?

 
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Insider Trading at The Federal Reserve and Investment Giants?

It certainly seems that way. A new report from Reuters shows that the Pacific Investment Management Co. (Pimco) made a killing off mortgage-backed securities at the same time the firm was under contract with the Federal Reserve to implement and manage its unprecedented mortgage-backed security purchases. Based on Pimco’s asset purchases between 2008-2012, it appears that the […]


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Minutes From the Federal Reserve’s July Meeting Released Today

Today the Federal Reserve released the minutes from its July policy meeting, which showed disagreement among policymakers as to when to taper the Fed’s unprecedented $85 Billion per month bond-buying program. From The Associated Press: A few policymakers said they wanted to assess more economic data before deciding when to scale back the central bank’s $85 […]


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Take Action Today to Audit the Fed!

Since our founding in 2008, Campaign for Liberty’s top legislative priority has been passing Audit the Fed. In the 111th and 112th Congress, Congressman Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill passed through the House of Representatives twice, once as an amendment and last Congress by a three-fourths majority on a stand-alone vote. Campaign for Liberty […]


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Ron Paul Statement on Bernanke Hearing

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Ron Paul, Campaign for Liberty Chairman, and former Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Monetary Policy, issued the following statement today regarding Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s testimony before the House Committee on Financial Services: “Chairman Bernanke’s statement today before Congress and the American people that he hopes to devalue […]


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Release: Mel Watt Unfit to Serve

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia - Campaign for Liberty today called on the Senate Banking Committee to reject the nomination of Congressman Mel Watt (D-NC) to head the Federal Housing Finance Authority (FHFA). As a result of Congressman Watt’s Pathways to Homeownership, which encouraged home ownership among welfare recipients, partially subsidized by Charlotte taxpayers, as well as his support […]


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