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Articles About Timothy Geithner
July 08, 2013
5 Power Players Who Could Replace Ben Bernanke
Speculation continues to build about Ben Bernanke's possible replacement.
May 20, 2013
Who Will Fill Bernanke’s Shoes When He Steps Down?
It will be an auspicious day -- sad for some, joyous for others -- when Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's current term expires in January 2014.
January 19, 2013
The Cautious Optimism of Timothy Geithner
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will step down at the end of the month...
January 13, 2013
Is The U.S. Debt Ceiling Really A Debt Target?
At this point, the national debt limit should really be called the national debt target. Congress seems to have no problem hitting the multi-trillion-dollar figure on a regular basis...
April 27, 2012
Wall Street Watch: Amazon and Starbucks Diverge, Spain’s Credit Rating Slashed
Today's top stories swirling around Wall Street and moving markets ...
February 24, 2012
Will the U.S. Release Oil Reserves to Ease Gas Prices?
The U.S. is considering whether to release oil from its strategic reserves, acknowledging the potential for serious supply disruptions due to conflict with Iran to negatively impact the global economy...
February 22, 2012
Obama Will Propose New Corporate Tax Rate
The Obama administration will propose reducing the corporate tax rate by 7 percent on Wednesday, a cut he intends to pay for by eliminating dozens of tax loopholes companies now use to lower their taxes...
January 30, 2012
EU Summit to Focus on Growth and Job Creation
European leaders are expected to focus mainly on growth and job creation at a summit on Monday where they are due to approve a permanent rescue fund for the euro zone and put the finishing touches on a so-called "fiscal compact" for stricter budget discipline...
January 27, 2012
Geithner Urges Euro Leaders to Bolster Crisis Fund
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has warned European leaders that outside support will not be forthcoming until they act to bolster their crisis fund...
January 24, 2012
Jamie Dimon: America is Undergoing a Mild Recovery
Here's your Cheat Sheet to the interview ...
January 12, 2012
U.S. Wins Japanese Support for Sanctions on Iranian Oil
Japan will support the U.S. in imposing oil sanctions against Iran over a nuclear program thought to be geared around developing atomic bombs that the central Eurasian country has repeatedly been urged to terminate...
January 08, 2012
The Week Ahead on Wall Street: Alcoa and J.P. Morgan Earnings, Fed Beige Book
Looking at the week ahead, there's a slew of economic numbers and corporate earnings...
December 07, 2011
France Promises “Powerful” Deal at EU Summit
French and German leaders will not leave this week's summit until a "powerful" deal is reached to combat the euro-zone debt crisis, Paris said on Wednesday...
December 06, 2011
Gold and Silver Miners Rally Before Closing Bell: GLD, SLV
Your daily recap on precious metals...
December 06, 2011
Geithner: Fed Will Not Contribute to IMF-Led Bailout
The U.S. Federal Reserve has no plans to give money to the International Monetary Fund to bolster the European bailout fund, despite reports suggesting the contrary, says U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner...
December 05, 2011
Merkel, Sarkozy Finalize Proposal for New EU Treaty
Leaders of the euro zone's two largest economies have hammered out a joint proposal for a more economically unified Europe days ahead of a crucial summit...
October 26, 2011
Europen Leaders Meet in Brussels to Bang Out Crisis Solution
European leaders meet again today in Brussels for an emergency summit where they will work on a strategy for combating the euro-zone debt crisis...
October 06, 2011
Is the Big Bank Rebound for Real?
Is there another Lehman moment around the corner?
September 20, 2011
Timothy Geithner: Here’s My Outlook for the US Economy
We recognize we don’t have unlimited resources, and we are trying to figure out how to make economy stronger in short term and stronger over the long run ...
September 16, 2011
European Finance Officials Unable to Agree on Greek Aid
European finance officials, meeting to clear the way for Greece's next tranche of aid, are unlikely to reach a deal today as they debate over collateral to underpin Greece's rescue loans and Germany objects to altering European treaties...
July 12, 2011
Jim Rogers: The US Will Default, One Way or Another
Jim Rogers says Washington's deals are one big sham ...
April 19, 2011
Tim Geithner: The US Will Not Lose it’s AAA Credit Rating
The Treasury Secretary with some political rhetoric ...
February 15, 2011
Is the Federal Reserve Using Orwellian Newspeak?
Everyone read 1984 in high school. So why is the Fed pretending we're idiots?
September 10, 2010
Should We Keep the Bush Tax Cuts?
The Bush Tax Cuts feel like they've been around forever. Can the economy survive without them?
October 14, 2009
The Federal Reserve’s Secret Lending of Public Money is Under Attack
Congressman Alan Grayson and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner duke it out over whether the country's most secret and powerful entity should tell us how they lent our money ...
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