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FOMC Outlook: What Does The Fed Have In Store This Week?
The FOMC rate statement will be closely watched by the financial markets, and may influence everything from equities to global currencies. The Fed has raised rates twice this year and is projected to hike once more before the end of 2017.
Sterling Moves To New Yearly High As Traders Anticipate Upcoming Rate Hike
Last week, the Bank of England decided to keep UK interest rates unchanged at a record-low 0.25%, with the Monetary Policy Committee voting 7-2 in favour of leaving rates unchanged
Top 5 Things To Know In The Market Today, September 11th
The damage of Hurricane Irma is very substantial, but markets assume that the impact on the US economy is manageable. The tensions between the US and North Korea remain in the headlines as the US called for a new UN vote for tougher sanctions.
Central Banks Dominate As USD Continues To Slide Lower
This week we see more Central bank action, with the Bank of England and the Swiss National Bank delivering interest rate decisions. Attention will again turn to their policy statements, with the UK facing inflationary pressures.
September 2017 Market Outlook For EU
The Eurozone economy is gaining momentum, with contributions from most of the 19 nations. However, economists and experts indicate that growth seems to have peaked and expressed concern regarding a slowdown in the near-term.
USD Under Pressure As August NFP Misses Expectations
The Nonfarm payrolls jobs report left investors disappointed, and the greenback under further pressure, as the United States economy created just 156,000 jobs in August while the official US unemployment rate moved higher to 4.4%.
Friday, September 1 - Lookback
Standard & Poor’s Case-Schiller Home Prices index for June showed steady increase confirming how an improved jobs market driving demand combined with a reduced supply of homes is having an effect on costs.
Volatility Rears Its Ugly Head In August
Volatility made a roaring comeback in August, as political risks emanating from North Korea and the Trump White House weighed on the bull market.
Top Five Things Happening In The Market Today
This Tuesday gold is trading at 10 months high after North Korea fired a missile over Japan causing an explosive reaction in the markets.
Monday, August 28 Outlook
This week heats up as it heads towards the second part of the week with important GDP figures from the US and inflation from the EU. Friday is Nonfarm Payrolls and that is always worth keeping an eye on.
5 Interesting Facts About The USD
The U.S. dollar, referred to as the USD, is the staple of the financial system and is used in virtually every corner of the globe.The greenback has some interesting hidden gems you may not have heard of before.
Is Bitcoin Ready To Steal The Safe Have Status From Gold?
Bitcoin has surpassed the price of gold for the first time ever. In fact, over the last 30 days, it has doubled in value and at the time of writing it is trading at $4362 per coin.
Market Outlook - Monday, August 21
A slow start to the week sees a very heavy news release on Wednesday for the Eurozone, UK and New Zealand. On Thursday, the Jackson Hole Summit begins in the US and rolls into the weekend.
FOMC Minutes Reveal Division Over Policy Path
Policymakers are struggling to balance concerns over declining inflation with signs of a job market that continues to tighten. As a result, officials were split on whether further rate hikes are warranted.
Top 5 Things Happening In The Market Today - Thursday, August 17
The US dollar weakened last night after the FOMC minutes revealed that some Federal Reserve members were very concerned about the low levels of inflation in the US economy.
The Fed’s $4.5 Trillion Conundrum
With interest rates rising steadily over the past nine months, tackling the balance sheet is the next logical course of action for the Fed. However, officials have given scant details about what that process will look like.
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