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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
The Fed also released the Projections for GDP, Employment and PCE Inflation. Below is a look at...
The US dollar is ripping higher on the Fed decision but it’s not clear why. There are two s...
For immediate release Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in July su...
Talking Points: - EUR/USD Breaks Out of Bearish Momentum But Remains Vulnerable to Disappointing...
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36 minutes ago (Ryan Littlestone)
And linked to the FOMC’s view of the economy »
49 minutes ago (Ryan Littlestone)
Expects to end asset purchases at next meeting FOMC will continue to have a target range for Fed funds rate rather than a single point Pace of tightening to depend on economy (may be faster or slower dependant on economy … Continue reading → »
7:32pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Economy continuing to make progress towards Fed’s goals Fed sees progress towards maximum employment Sees gradual progression jobs objectives Labour market has yet to fully recover Sees significant underutilisation of labour resources (usual dovish comment) Economic activity expanding at mo... »
7:20pm today (David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist)
The US Dollar has surged to fresh multi-year highs versus the Japanese Yen as the US Federal Reserve tapered QE policy and raised guidance on the future of interest rates. »
7:16pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
USD/JPY bolted to 108.18 after the release while the euro got hammered down to 1.2898 Pickings from the statement sees inflation now running below the FOMC’s longer run objective. Other language remains virtually unchanged but Richard Fisher and Charles Plosser made a … Continue rea... »
7:15pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The Fed also released the Projections for GDP, Employment and PCE Inflation. Below is a look at the estimates and comparison to the June estimates. Red shows a decline form June. Yellow is unchanged and Green is an increase from the … Continue reading → »
7:06pm today (Adam Button)
The US dollar is ripping higher on the Fed decision but it’s not clear why. There are two slightly more hawkish developments in the statement. The first is a second dissent as Fisher combined with Plosser. The second thing is … Continue reading → »
7:06pm today (Greg Michalowski)
Comparison of the July and September FOMC Statements »
7:02pm today (Greg Michalowski)
For immediate release Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in July suggests that economic activity is expanding at a moderate pace. On balance, labor market conditions improved somewhat further; however, the unemployment rate is little changed and … Continue read... »
7:00pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Treasury purchases cut to $10bn as exp MBS to $5bn as exp Interest rate unchanged at 0.25% First rate rise seen in 2015 by 14 officials vs 12 in June “Considerable time” pledge remains as growth remains moderate Fed also releases … Continue reading → »