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Prof. Richard Sylla on Janet Yellen’s appointment to the Federal Reserve

The following is an excerpt from CNC News: U.S. Senate on Monday confirmed Janet Yellen as the next head of the Federal Reserve, to replace the outgoing Fed chairman Ben Bernanke whose term ends at the end of this month. … Continue reading

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Prof. Richard Sylla in New Fed Documentary “Money for Nothing”

NYU Stern Professor and Financial Historian Richard Sylla is featured in a new documentary about the Federal Reserve: “Money for Nothing.” The movie examines the future of the Federal Reserve and its impact on the American economy and society and … Continue reading

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Prof. Richard Sylla Quoted in the WSJ on NASDAQ’s Trading Glitch

NYU Stern Professor Richard Sylla was quoted in a recent WSJ Article on Nasdaq’s Trading Glitch: “Market Size + Complex Systems = More Glitches” The root cause of Thursday’s Nasdaq Stock Market trading halt can be traced to a single word: complexity. … Continue reading

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NYU Stern Risk Symposium May 31, 2013: RSVP today!

Please join us for the 2013 Risk Management Symposium, hosted by the NYU Stern MS in Risk Management Program. Friday, May 31, 2013 from 8:30am-12:30pm. Speakers include, NYU Stern Dean and Author of Turnaround, Peter Henry; BlackRock Managing Director Paul … Continue reading

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NYU Stern Economists Weigh-in on the Eurozone Crisis

In an interview with CNC world, NYU Stern economists Thomas Cooley, Richard Sylla and Larry White exhibit skepticism regarding the EU’s plan for stability. Excerpt from CNC World: Richard Sylla: “If Europe seems to be like the U.S. in the … Continue reading

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