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April 3, 2015, Vol. 33, No. 07

Janet Yellen, say hello to Bill Martin

Moving to free-market interest rates from the governmentally administered kind is the issue of the hour—and of the day, month and year, in the opinion of this interest-rate observing journal. Happily, the trick has been done before.

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On July 15, 2014, on the ceremonial stage of her second Humphrey-Hawkins testimony, Janet Yellen singled out biotech (and social media) stocks for their "substantially stretched" valuations. Since that ex cathedra pronouncement, the Nasdaq Biotechnology Index has rallied by a cool 39%. And now?

Turn of the tide?

Kind words for an orphaned sector of seaborne commerce. A funny thing happened on the way to its supposed insolvency.

Now he's got a blog

In his maiden post on the Brookings Institution Web site, Ben Bernanke contends that fragile economic conditions, not radical monetary policy, pushed interest rates to the floor. Did the former chairman check with the Bundesbank?

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