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|... markets trusted the Fed's forward guidance back then so much so that, after the January 2019 meeting, the CME FedWatch Tool put the probability of the Fed remaining on hold until the end of 2019 at 80.2%. It made sense that time, expectations of ...|
|... other four expecting a rate HIKE next year. Financial markets appear to agree and this is consistent with the CME FedWatch Tool that shows majority of market participants expect no change in US interest rates in 2020. The US has come a long way baby ...|
|... up 0.5%. Bad, bad news is good news! This is because it heightened speculations of more Fed rate cuts. The CME FedWatch Tool put the probability that the Fed funds rate would fall from the current 1.75%-2% to 1.5%-1.75% at the October FOMC meeting at ...|
|... Fed funds rate - currently at 2%-2.25%. Every man and his dog is already positioned for this eventuality. The CME FedWatch Tool puts the probability of the US central bank taking interest rates down by another 25 basis points to 1.75%-2% on September ...|
|... investment. The Trump administration's trade policy, not the cost of capital, is holding businesses back..." The CME FedWatch Tool puts the probability of a Fed rate cut (to 1.75%-2.0%) at its September meeting at 98.5%.|
|... 72,000 added in the previous month - failed to remove or even reduce the odds for a Fed rate cut this month. The CME FedWatch Tool puts the probability that the US central bank will cut interest rates by 25 bps to 2%-2.25% at the conclusion of its July ...|
|... their expectations are - benchmark US equity indices closed higher and the US dollar dipped. More directly, the CME FedWatch Tool - based on 30-day Fed Fund futures pricing data - shows the probability of 25 bps rate cut in July has increased to 71.9% ...|
|... 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 Tool puts the probability the Fed will keep interest rates unchanged at current levels after its June meeting at 77.5%. This intuitively ...|
|... more negative and by longer compared with its inversion in March this year. So much so that, according to the CME FedWatch Tool, the probability of Fed rate reductions by December this year have increased while the odds of the Fed maintaining the current ...|
|... compensation for the prospect of inflation eroding the value of their Treasury holdings. So much so that the CME FedWatch Tool now puts the odds that the Fed will remain on hold down to 45.5% (from 51.6% a month ago) at its September FOMC meeting while ...|
The director of a 'one-stop-shop' for SMSFs has pleaded guilty to 17 counts of aggravated deception and one count of dishonest dealings with documents.
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SMSF Association chief executive John Maroney gave a final address to the association's annual conference, calling for stability and engagement amid industry change.
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