NPR Business@nprbusinessBernanke's prepared testimony http://1.usa.gov/KA2QqK QqKThu, Jun 07 2012 07:02:02ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/nprbusiness/status/210733357141737472— NPR Business (@nprbusiness)Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:02:02
NPR Business@nprbusinessBen Bernanke's testimony in a word cloud: http://bit.ly/KX7xJt Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:21:57ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/nprbusiness/status/210738369527955457— NPR Business (@nprbusiness)Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:21:57
NPR Business@nprbusinessBernanke: Fed is prepared to adjust its Treasury holdings "as appropriate to promote a stronger economic recovery."Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:08:34ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/nprbusiness/status/210735002290372608— NPR Business (@nprbusiness)Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:08:34
Binyamin Appelbaum@BCAppelbaumHey, finally some good news! Bernanke says "the United States and Greece are extremely different economies."Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:39:17ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/BCAppelbaum/status/210742734284275712— Binyamin Appelbaum (@BCAppelbaum)Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:39:17
Derek Thompson@DKThompBernanke: "I'd be much more comfortable if Congress would take some of this burden." In Fedspeak, that's some X-rated language.Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:36:17ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/DKThomp/status/210741975454978048— Derek Thompson (@DKThomp)Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:36:17
Justin Wolfers@justinwolfersIt's an amazing world we live in when a conservative central banker is on Capitol Hill, urging Congress to spend more.Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:37:40ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/justinwolfers/status/210742325457068032— Justin Wolfers (@justinwolfers)Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:37:40
Binyamin Appelbaum@BCAppelbaumSenator: Do you sleep well at night? Bernanke: Yes, but I have a lot to do during the day.Thu, Jun 07 2012 08:22:30ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/BCAppelbaum/status/210753608503930880— Binyamin Appelbaum (@BCAppelbaum)Thu, Jun 07 2012 08:22:30
NPR Business@nprbusinessIf Ben Bernanke's testimony was a show, would it be called "Happy Days" or "Curb Your Enthusiasm"?Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:00:21ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/nprbusiness/status/210732934586564609— NPR Business (@nprbusiness)Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:00:21
Zach Goldfarb@goldfarbBernanke says that Fannie and Freddie "have decided" to do principal reductions - then rephrased as "are considering." Does he know?Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:49:10ReplyRetweetFavoritehttps://twitter.com/goldfarb/status/210745221338775552— Zach Goldfarb (@goldfarb)Thu, Jun 07 2012 07:49:10
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