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Wrong Michael Dueker?

Michael J. Dueker

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Journal of Business and Economic Statistics

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Wake Up New Zealand | What Does The Globalist Agenda / New World Order Plan Mean For New Zealanders? [and the rest of the world] | Current Events and Breaking News

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A few days later, Mike Dueker, the chief economist at Russell Investments, fell down a 50 foot embankment in what police described as a suicide.
Dueker was reported missing on January 29 by friends, who said he had been "having problems at work." One day after Magee's death, on Wednesday, January 29, 2014, 50-year old Michael (Mike) Dueker, the Chief Economist at Russell Investments, is said to have died from a 50-foot fall from a highway ramp down an embankment in Washington state. Again, suicide is being presented by media as the likely cause. (Do people holding Ph.D.s really attempt suicide by jumping 50 feet?) According to Dueker's official bio, prior to joining Russell Investments, he was an assistant vice president and research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis from 1991 to 2008. His duties there included serving as an associate editor of the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. He also was editor of Monetary Trends, a monthly publication of the St. Louis Fed. It is the warfare of Michael and Satan ... light and shadow, which is darkness; Day and Night, Freedom and Despotism."


Wake Up New Zealand | What Does The Globalist Agenda / New World Order Plan Mean For New Zealanders? [and the rest of the world] | Current Events and Breaking News

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A few days later, Mike Dueker, the chief economist at Russell Investments, fell down a 50 foot embankment in what police described as a suicide.
Dueker was reported missing on January 29 by friends, who said he had been "having problems at work." One day after Magee's death, on Wednesday, January 29, 2014, 50-year old Michael (Mike) Dueker, the Chief Economist at Russell Investments, is said to have died from a 50-foot fall from a highway ramp down an embankment in Washington state. Again, suicide is being presented by media as the likely cause. (Do people holding Ph.D.s really attempt suicide by jumping 50 feet?) According to Dueker's official bio, prior to joining Russell Investments, he was an assistant vice president and research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis from 1991 to 2008. His duties there included serving as an associate editor of the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. He also was editor of Monetary Trends, a monthly publication of the St. Louis Fed. It is the warfare of Michael and Satan ... light and shadow, which is darkness; Day and Night, Freedom and Despotism."


homelandsecurityus.com- Exposing what lies beneath the bodies of dead bankers and what lies ahead for us - Foreclosure Hamlet

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DECEASED: Mike Dueker, 50, who had worked for Russell Investment for five years, was found dead close to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington State.
Dueker was reported missing on January 29, 2014. Police stated that he "could have" jumped over a fence and fallen 15 meters to his death, and are treating the case as a suicide. Before joining Russell Investments, Dueker was an assistant vice president and research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis from 1991 to 2008. There he served as an associate editor of the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics and was editor of Monetary Trends, a monthly publication of the St. Louis Federal Reserve.


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Michael Dueker
Chief Economist, Russell Investments Mike Dueker is chief economist for Russell Investments. Dueker writes regularly for Russell's Market Outlook publications, forecasting the business cycle and the target federal funds rate. He developed and maintains a business cycle index that is published monthly on Russell.com. Dueker also spearheads Russell's participation as one of 50 Blue Chip forecasters for both Blue Chip Economic Indicators and Blue Chip Financial Forecasts. He brings state-of-the-art empirical modeling and forecasting techniques to key economic developments, the term structure of interest rates, currency markets and enhanced asset allocation. He coordinates efforts to formulate globally consistent Russell views on the near-term macroeconomic outlook, including inflation and currency developments. Dueker joined Russell in 2008. Prior to joining Russell, he was an assistant vice president and research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis from 1991 to 2008. His principal duties included briefing the bank president prior to monetary policy meetings and publishing articles in academic journals, such as the Journal of Econometrics, the Journal of Monetary Economics, and the Review of Economics and Statistics. Mike served as an associate editor of the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. He also was editor of Monetary Trends, a monthly publication of the St. Louis Fed. the EDC Forecast 2012 - Mike Dueker View more presentations from the EDC.


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A few days after the deaths of the two London finance workers, former Fed member and chief economist at Russell Investments, Mike Dueker, was also found dead after falling from a 50-foot embankment.
Mike Dueker Dueker worked at Seattle-based Russell for five years and developed a business cycle index that forecast economic performance. He was previously an assistant vice president and research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. According to Businessweek, "He published dozens of research papers over the past two decades, many on monetary policy, according to the St. Louis Fed's website, which ranks him among the top 5% of economists by number of works published (not correct forecasts). His most cited work was a 1997 paper titled "Strengthening the case for the yield curve as a predictor of US recessions," published by the reserve bank while he was a researcher there. How could anything that is fabricated to say what you want it to sayBE A PREDICTOR OF ANYTHING ELSE BESIDES WHAT WE ARE WITTNESSING TODAY? Dueker worked at the reserve bank from 1991 to 2008, starting as an entry level research economist, then advancing to senior economist, research officer and assistant vice president, according to Laura Girresch, a spokeswoman. (He was very good at following the party line.) He helped the bank's president prepare for Federal Open Market Committee policy meetings and wrote and edited for economic publications, she said. Dueker served as editor of the reserve bank's research publication, Monetary Trends and also was an associate editor of the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics," Girresch said. Here's something to think about: if the conspiracy theorists are right and Mike Dueker knew something terrible was going to happen in the market, then his firm, Russell Investments, could be in big trouble. Maybe that's why its owner has been exploring its sale. What would happen to these funds if other banks or stocks collapse, as they did in 2008? Remember the bank runs on Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns? Imagine what would happen if a number of banks all of a sudden failed. Did Dueker or any of the other finance workers who passed away this week, know something?


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