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The Money We Live With
My friend Matt Hergott has just published The Money We Live With: Understanding the World Through the Prism of Modern Money, an Amazon eBook. From the Introduction: This book is about contemporary money, how it is used by policymakers to … Continue reading
“After the Taper” Slides Now Available
On November 3, I gave a talk titled “After the Taper: Risks for the Fed and the Treasury” to the Denver Chapter of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (“GARP”). We had an interesting mix of attendees from around the … Continue reading
Adventures with the Treasury and the Fed
Last year, my wife and I put on an event to recognize the success of a fastgrowing division of the Hunt Companies. The event was held at the Boettcher Mansion on Lookout Mountain outside Denver. Corrina, a sommelier and chef, … Continue reading
Posted in Bonds, Economics
Tagged Brookings Institution, Federal Reserve, GARP, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Treasury Debt
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GARP Talk on Unconventional Energy Resources
I will be the guest host for a talk tomorrow, September 20, at the Denver Chapter of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (“GARP”). The topic is “Unconventional Resources in North America and the Potential for Energy Independence”, and the … Continue reading
GARP Presentation on Interest Rate Risk and the Treasury
Last week, I gave a talk to the Denver Chapter of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (“GARP”) on the topic of “Interest Rate Risk and the U.S. Treasury.” Click Here to see the slides in a new window (the slide … Continue reading
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Tagged Federal Reserve, GARP, Interest Rate Risk, Marketable Debt, Talks, Treasury Debt, U.S. Treasury, Weighted Average Maturity
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Upcoming Talk on the Interest Rate Risk of the U.S. Treasury
I will be giving a talk on “Interest Rate Risk and the U.S. Treasury” to the Denver Chapter of the Global Association of Risk Professionals (“GARP”) on Thursday, July 19, 2012. Here is an abstract: The U.S. Treasury now … Continue reading