Last year on The Sherman Show, Danielle DiMartino Booth, CEO and Director of Intelligence at Quill Intelligence, discussed her optimism in Jerome Powell’s leadership at the Federal Reserve. In her return recorded May 7, the author of the best-selling book FED UP explains why she’s disbanded the Powell Fan Club. In a conversation with DoubleLine Capital’s Jeffrey Sherman and Sam Lau, Ms. DiMartino Booth also covers among other topics how the post-Halloween junk-credit paralysis “dominoed” into the “Christmas Eve bloodbath,” obsolescent monetary policy tools in the U.S., the even-worse fiscal and monetary basket case in Europe, and a manufacturing slowdown in the U.S. which belies otherwise rosy economic news and explains rising layoffs year-over-year.
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