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|... multiplying. If only Trump had the "dictatorial" and "unquestioned" powers of Xi. @realDonaldTrump's latest tweet: "The Fed Rate, over a fairly short period of time, should be reduced by at least 100 basis points, with perhaps some quantitative easing ...|
|... soon hear and read about what the Fed thinks of all these. But the latest CME FedWatch Tool of the probability of the Fed rate moves show that by this time next year, the odds that the fed funds rate would remain at 2.5% had increased to 41.9% from just ...|
|... 16.30 reading recorded in mid-September last year when Trump was closing in on his election war with Hillary and the Fed rate hike speculations were the "fear du'jour". But even that was not high enough compared to 2016's high of 27.59 triggered by China's ...|
|At long last - after 12 long months of toing and froing speculations - it came to pass. The stars aligned enabling Janet to move nearer from turning almost a decade of abnormal monetary policy into normal. Two days less of a full year, the Fed followed ...|
|... "She made it clear that she thought the Fed would be very gradual in lifting rates and that it may be years before the Fed rate returns to historical long run averages," he said. "Investors are now focusing on the fact that it might be a risky strategy ...|
|... Fed. "The Australian market was just looking for an excuse to go up." Base metals also rebounded sharply following the Fed rate cut, helping the big miners. At 1212 AEDT, BHP Billiton had risen $2.76, or 8.9 per cent, to $33.76 while takeover target ...|
|... have more to do with speculation than fundamentals in a market increasingly vulnerable to negative press. Meanwhile the Fed rate cut expectation, estimated to be at least a 25 basis points, is already having a positive effect on US markets that will ...|
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