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As President-elect Joe Biden’s pick for Treasury secretary, Janet Yellen is looking at the most political role she has had in nearly three decades of high-profile policy making. via Jon Hilsenrath and @NickTimiraos https://t.co/yURrxI7OVS
When her name emerged, this was my first thought: she wants MORE politics? https://t.co/JDhKTrOk1l
Sixteen days after @JoeBiden won the presidential race, @GSAEmily has “determined” that Biden “may access the post-election resources and services described in Section 3 of the [Presidential Transition] Act upon request.” https://t.co/zx61uu5ITY
how has it only been two weeks and change https://t.co/tIqrvGqbrt
Upshot from Murphy’s perspective here seems to basically boil down to “Look, it’s not GSA’s job to declare someone president-elect if the matter is in dispute (no matter how far-fetched that dispute may be.” https://t.co/3Pu4RIWtqJ
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Statement on Treasury’s Termination of Federal Reserve’s Emergency Liquidity Programs https://t.co/bympDyc0Dt
Very striking statement from the nation’s largest business lobby. Pretty strong condemnation of Treasury move. https://t.co/Cs9CoS1kDy
This is an unjustified and ideological decision by the Treasury Department. It is incumbent on the Fed to reject this request and prepare to restart these lending programs as quickly as possible once President-elect Biden is sworn in. END
Member of Oversight panel devoted to these programs says Fed should keep the cash and restart the programs as soon as Biden is sworn in. https://t.co/PIbuNlKwXM
Fed now openly disagreeing with Treasury Secty Mnuchin: "The Federal Reserve would prefer that the full suite of emergency facilities established during the coronavirus pandemic continue to serve their important role as a backstop for our still-strained and vulnerable economy."
This is a remarkably pointed from the Fed, particularly regarding a decision from another government agency. https://t.co/yoSzc06Z3f
If we take Biden at his word that his Treasury Secretary pick is acceptable to all parts of the Democratic Party, by my read that would rule out: - Roger Ferguson (industry) - Elizabeth Warren (anti-industry) And would leave Yellen, Brainard and Bostic in the mix?
Biden: "You'll soon see my choice for treasury. I've made that decision or we've made that decision." Biden adds that his pick will be "acceptable" to all wings of the Democratic Party.
So not betting on Jamie Dimon, then. https://t.co/bPd56mUMZr