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|... since the 'Great Recession'. Just when we thought, things were heading for normality, the US Federal Reserve made an about-face in July, discarding its trek towards policy normalisation and cut the fed funds rate by 25 basis points ...|
|... to be weak, with the global slowdown and escalating trade tensions posing downside risks." If the US Federal Reserve cut the Fed funds rate again - by 25 bps to 1.75%-2% - as expected (or as Trump wants), other central banks may need to do ...|
|The US Federal Reserve gave markets exactly what they were expecting - a 25 basis point reduction in the Fed funds rate at the conclusion of its July FOMC meeting - but instead of revving up the risk on trade, it was risk off. Equity markets fell. ...|
|... manipulation from America's trading partners is consistent with his view (and criticism) that the US Federal Reserve should have been cutting interest rates instead of raising them when it did. Certainly, it would put downward pressure on ...|
|... rebounded by 2.8% to US$0.6681 (back to pre-May 2019 rate cut levels) after it dropped to a seven-month low following the RBNZ's rate cut announcement in May on mounting speculations the US Federal Reserve would cut interest rates this year.|
|Maybe not at this month's Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting but consensus expect the US Federal Reserve to serve Christmas in July with a 25 basis point reduction in the fed funds rate from 2.25%-2.5% to 2%-2.25%. The CME FedWatch ...|
|... that rates will drop to as low as 0.5% by 2020 proves accurate. Perhaps. Mounting expectations the US Federal Reserve would reduce borrowing costs twice by 25bps each this year, the ongoing/escalating trade war and its negative impact on ...|
|... and financial market seizure that produced the 'Great Recession' of a decade ago. So what gives? US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell at his press conference after the FOMC's March meeting. Powell warned below-target inflation is ...|
|The US Federal Reserve just concluded its April 30 - May 1 FOMC meeting and decided it best to do nothing but reaffirm its policy of patience, as you, I and Irene expected. "Consistent with its statutory mandate, the Committee seeks to foster ...|
|If not for the "bubble" - yes, bubble - that's blowing into the equity market, the US Federal Reserve's problem of continued strong growth and below-target inflation is a good problem to have. This is underscored by the latest stat updates ...|
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