Posts tagged 'Fed'

Fed Unable to Protect from Debt Limit Default

Fed Unable to Protect from Debt Limit Default | Op Ed.

May 5, 2023
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Debt limit default looms over Congress as the end of the debt suspension approaches.
Unexpected Market Volatility After Fed Chairman's Speech

Unexpected Market Volatility After Fed Chairman's Speech

December 16, 2022
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Stock markets responded with volatility to comments made by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell at the December FOMC meeting.
Fed’s Waller Says Market Overreacted to Inflation Data

Fed’s Waller Says Market Overreacted to Inflation Data

November 14, 2022
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Last week, the monthly inflation data came in “cold” at 7.7%. The term cold refers to less than the expected 7.9%.
What Does “Don’t Fight The Fed” Mean?

What Does “Don’t Fight The Fed” Mean?

November 3, 2022
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The idea is to position your investment strategy and portfolio allocation with Fed policies, different market conditions require different investment strategies.
Will the Fed Press, Pause, Or Pivot?

Will the Fed Press, Pause, Or Pivot?

October 28, 2022
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The Fed has raised rates five times this year to combat inflation. There is a lot at stake. Will the Fed press ahead, pause, or pivot on interest rates?
The Repo Market and 2.4 Trillion Reasons Why the Fed Won’t Pivot

The Repo Market and 2.4 Trillion Reasons Why the Fed Won’t Pivot

October 11, 2022
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The repo market is how the Fed manages the amount of cash in the system using short-term loans of assets or cash from a bank to a bank or business.
What is the FedNow Instant Payment System? Is it a CBDC Trojan Horse?

What is the FedNow Instant Payment System? Is it a CBDC Trojan Horse?

September 8, 2022
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The FedNow service is a Fed-managed digital payment infrastructure for instant settlement.