The Federal Reserve (Fed) will announce its Interest Rate Decision and make a statement about the future monetary policy on Wednesday, September 21, GMT+3. After the higher-than-expected inflation numbers published on September 13, there’s almost no doubt the Federal Reserve will come up with another 75-basis-point rate hike. However, surprised by the CPI numbers, several Fed members announced the possibility of a 100-basis-point rate hike on Wednesday.
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All eyes seem to be on the US Dollar as traders await the Federal Reserve Chair's speech this Thursday at the Cato Institute's Annual Monetary Conference.
Fed Chair Powell’s comments on the Jackson Hole Symposium resulted in the worst weekly candle in the US500 index since June. Most risky assets experienced severe drawdowns, and EURUSD returned to the above-parity area. We explain everything you need to know about the Symposium in this article.
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The bad news is that the US economy slowed for the second consecutive quarter in 2022, entering a technical recession.
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In June 2022, Bitcoin, the number one cryptocurrency, broke below the 50-month moving average for the first time in its history…
First, the Euro dropping below the $1 level is rare…
US stocks have delivered their worst first half of a year in more than 50 years triggered by the Fed's attempt to control inflation and growing concerns about recession.
Powell wants a soft landing for inflation, as Greenspan did in 1994. But it looks like he will get a hard landing.
Japan's inflation is set to reach 2% in April's reading, for the first time since 2015. But what about the weaker Yen?!