1. Why Donald Trump's Fed picks Stephen Moore and Herman Cain have caused such a ruckus  USA TODAY
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  3. Trump struggles to reshape Fed | TheHill  The Hill
  4. What Donald Trump gets right about the US economy  Financial Times
  5. Trump’s attacks on the Fed trigger global alarm  Financial Times
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Trump's planned Fed nominees Stephen Moore and Herman Cain have ignited a big backlash. They defy decades-old efforts to insulate Fed from politics.Trump's planned Fed nominees Stephen Moore and Herman Cain have ignited a big backlash. They defy decades-old efforts to insulate Fed from politics.

Herman Cain, Stephen Moore Fed picks by Trump are raising uproar

As a financial crisis spread across the globe in September of 2008, the U.S. Federal Reserve gathered in an emergency atmosphere as requests flooded in from other central banks for access to dollars.As a financial crisis spread across the globe in September of 2008, the U.S. Fed...

Would a political Fed rescue the world? - Reuters

President Trump is struggling to win his fight to reshape the Federal Reserve with Republicans rebelling over a potential nominee and the bank's chairman resisting calls to cut interest rates.President Trump is struggling to win his fight to reshape the Federal Reserve with Republicans rebelling over a potential nominee and the bank's chairman resisting calls to cut interest rates.

Trump struggles to reshape Fed | TheHill

President Trump is struggling to win his fight to reshape the Federal Reserve with Republicans rebelling over a potential nominee and the bank's chairman resisting calls to cut interest rates.President Trump is struggling to win his fight to reshape the Federal Reserve with Republicans rebelling over a potential nominee and the bank's chairman resisting calls to cut interest rates.

Trump struggles to reshape Fed | TheHill

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The president can’t fire the chair of the Federal Reserve—except “for cause,” according to the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, but Trump clearly didn’t know that when he threatened to fire Fed Chair Jerome Powell.The president can’t fire the chair of the Federal Reserve—except “for cause,” according to the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, but Trump clearly didn’t know that when he threatened to fire Fed Chair Jerome Powell.

Donald Trump’s attacks on the Fed undermine the independence of America’s central bank - HoustonChronicle.com

The US president said Fed chair Jerome Powell almost seemed "happy" to be raising interest rates.The US president said Fed chair Jerome Powell almost seemed "happy" to be raising interest rates.

Federal Reserve: Trump sharpens attack on central bank - BBC News

“Trump's Coming War with the Fed https://t.co/AxYIZXtHYc via @BulwarkOnline”

Charlie Sykes on Twitter: "Trump's Coming War with the Fed https://t.co/AxYIZXtHYc via @BulwarkOnline"

“Mario Draghi is voicing concerns over Fed Independence because of Trump’s support for Moore and Cain. What about Janet Yellen? She worked in the Clinton Administration.”

Brian Wesbury on Twitter: "Mario Draghi is voicing concerns over Fed Independence because of Trump’s support for Moore and Cain. What about Janet Yellen? She worked in the Clinton Administration."

“leading Republican economist Greg Mankiw, calling on the Senate to reject “shockingly unsuitable” Trump Fed picks Moore and Cain: “We may not have many great public institutions left. But the Federal Reserve is one of them. Let’s keep it that way“ https://t.co/z3TIUn2nDm”

John Harwood on Twitter: "leading Republican economist Greg Mankiw, calling on the Senate to reject “shockingly unsuitable” Trump Fed picks Moore and Cain: “We may not have many great public institutions left. But the Federal Reserve is one of them. Let’s keep it that way“ https://t.co/z3TIUn2nDm"

“Alan Greenspan is not concerned with Fed independence regarding Trump’s jabs and calls for a cut, potential nomination of Stephen Moore. Says it’s “nothing new””

Sara Eisen on Twitter: "Alan Greenspan is not concerned with Fed independence regarding Trump’s jabs and calls for a cut, potential nomination of Stephen Moore. Says it’s “nothing new”"