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|... inflation - is responding. The US unemployment rate is at a 50-year low of 3.5% (November 2019) but inflation as measured by the Fed's preferred inflation gauge - the PCE price index - remains off-target, registering just 1.5% growth in the year ...|
|... date, more than making up for 2018's 12.2% decline. The going got so tough, that the tough central banks got going. The Fed reversed its direction from normalising monetary policy to cutting the fed funds rate this year while maintaining interest ...|
|... China has been reached provides a snippet of what joy to the world a trade peace could bring. We're all aware about the Fed's optimism over the US economy, backed up by Wall Street's recent rally to new all-time highs. The de-escalation of ...|
|... chair Powell: "Our economic outlook remains a favourable one despite global developments and ongoing risks." Nor would the Fed raise the fed funds rate (at least for all of 2020). The latest dot plot of FOMC participants' assessment of appropriate ...|
|Mission accomplished! This appears to be the Fed's latest missive at the conclusion of its 10-11 December FOMC meeting - after three 25 bps cuts - in July, September and October - that took the fed funds rate from 2.5% to 1.75%. Fed chair Jerome ...|
|... on 31 December 2018. Trump's tariff war- that weakened global trading activity - that started in March 2018, and the Fed's pivot in early 2019 - strengthened the euro which, in turn, negated the ECB's stimulus measures. Would a return to ...|
|... second-guessing his next move, er, tweet. Perhaps it could be Trump's way of proving his genius on his latest call on the Fed to "Lower Rates & Loosen". The escalation of trade tensions is already sending Wall Street on a tailspin, and just like ...|
|... their currencies. This makes it very hard for our manufactures & farmers to fairly export their goods. Lower Rates & Loosen - Fed!" His follow-up tweet further clarified what irked @realDonaldTrump: "Manufacturers are being held back by the strong Dollar ...|
|... has done nothing and it kept policy unchanged at it's October meeting only hours after the US Federal Reserve cut the Fed Funds Rate for a third time in October, following its July and September rate cuts. The same could be said of the Euro. The ...|
|... many times before, economics is not an exact science because it is dynamic and doesn't operate in a vacuum. With the Fed on pause - and current expectations are it will remain on hold through to the end of 2020 - there is a strong likelihood that ...|
Australia's largest superannuation funds and wealth companies have largely cut back on their advertising spends over the past five years, documents from the Standing Committee on Economics show.
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For the first time, climate crisis and environmental degradation have taken out the top five spots in a list ranking the risks most likely to impact the world over the coming decade.
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