Thu, Nov 02, 2023
Powell said the better course of action for now, given the uncertainties, was to maintain the Fed's benchmark overnight interest rate in the current 5.25 per cent-5.50 per cent range, and see how job and price data evolve between now and the next policy meeting in December.
Fri, Oct 20, 2023
Powell in remarks to the Economic Club of New York agreed "in principle" that the rise in yields was helping to further tighten financial conditions and "at the margin" might lessen the need for additional Fed rate increases.
Tue, Oct 03, 2023
Jerome Powell did not comment on current monetary policy or the economic outlook in brief opening remarks.
Thu, Sep 21, 2023
The Fed's benchmark overnight interest rate may still be lifted one more time this year to a peak 5.50 per cent-5.75 per cent range, according to updated quarterly projections released by the US central bank, and rates kept significantly tighter through 2024 than previously expected.
Fri, Aug 25, 2023
The continued resilience of the U.S. economy could require further interest rate increases, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Friday in a closely watched speech that also highlighted the uncertain nature of the economic outlook.
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Wed, Jul 26, 2023
As it stated in June, the Fed said it would watch incoming data and study the impact of its rate hikes on the economy "in determining the extent of additional policy firming that may be appropriate" to reach its 2 per cent inflation target.
Fed meeting HIGHLIGHTS: The Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell-led Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) — the US central bank's benchmark interest rate-deciding panel — decided to raise US interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point on July 26, citing still elevated inflation as a rationale for what is now the highest US central bank policy rate in 16 years. The latest rate hike, following a pause in June after 10 back-to-back increases, is the Fed's 11th in its last 12 meetings, taking the benchmark overnight interest rate to the 5.25-5.50 per cent range.
Thu, Jul 06, 2023
At its June meeting, the FOMC — the Fed's rate-deciding panel — agreed to leave the key lending rate unchanged while signaling that borrowing costs may still need to rise by as much as half a percentage point by the end of the year. The decision came amid the central bank's ongoing struggle to tame sticky red-hot inflation without hurting economic growth.
Wed, Jun 28, 2023
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Thu, Jun 22, 2023
The Federal Reserve's fight to lower inflation back to its 2 per cent target "has a long way to go," Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said on Wednesday in testimony prepared for delivery to the House Financial Services Committee.
Wed, Jun 14, 2023
The Fed's rate-setting panel, the Federal Open Market Committee, issued a unanimously decided policy statement at the end of its latest two-day meeting.
Fed meeting HIGHLIGHTS: Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell-led Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announced its first pause in the benchmark US interest rate since March 2022, when the US central bank began its post-COVID cycle of aggressive policy tightening. The US central bank’s decision on the key interest rate — formally known as the Fed funds rate, which currently stands at 5-5.25 per cent, comes a day after data showed steadily easing inflation in the world's largest economy, supporting bets on a pause in rates for now. Catch key takeaways from the June FOMC meeting review and what to make of Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s remarks, and much more, only on Zeebiz.com's blog.
Wed, May 24, 2023
What is the US Fed's Twitter Financial Sentiment Index? How was this index created? How will this index track market sentiment? Will it be able to predict the increase in Fed's interest rates? Know in this video.
Tue, May 23, 2023
US markets were mixed on Monday amid concerns about the debt ceiling. The Dow dropped 140 points. Whereas, the Nasdaq closed at a 9-month high. Rates are not expected to increase in the US next week. Service and Manufacturing PMI data to be released today in the US. Tomorrow April CPI & PPI data will be released in UK. Apart from this, metals slipped all-round, LME copper fell below $ 8150/tonne.
Fri, May 19, 2023
Opinion of 2/3 experts- US Fed will not increase rates in June. How likely are rate hikes to pause? Why keep an eye on the news of increasing the US debt limit? Know from Anil Singhvi.
Thu, May 11, 2023
Retail inflation came down to 4.9% in April as against the estimate of 5%. Core inflation is estimated at 5.5%. How are the cues from the US inflation data? How likely is the US Fed to pause rates? Know from Anil Singhvi.
Thu, May 04, 2023
The US may run short of cash to pay bills after June 1, warned Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, prompting US President Joe Biden to call a meeting to discuss a possible debt ceiling hike. Yellen acknowledged the date is subject to change, given that forecasting government cash flows is difficult. But based on April tax receipts and current spending levels, she predicted the government could run short of cash by early June.
How will the market be now after the US Fed Policy? How Fed is responsible for US Banking Crisis? Why action on policy is different in the bond and equity markets? Know full analysis of US Fed's commentary from Anil Singhvi.
The US Federal Reserve has increased the interest rates for the 10th time in a row. The Fed has hiked the rates by 25 basis points. This unanimous decision lifted the US central bank's benchmark overnight interest rate to the 5-5.25% range. At the same time, there was a decline in the US for the third consecutive day. The Dow fell 270 points to close at the day's low. Whereas, Nasdaq slipped 0.5%. Starbucks shares fell 9% due to weak results. Today all eyes on the results of Apple.
The US Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announced to increase the rate by 25 basis points to tame inflation on Wednesday.
The US central bank boosted its benchmark rate by a quarter point to 5.1 per cent. Rates on credit cards, mortgages and auto loans, which have been surging since the Fed began raising rates last year, all stand to rise even more.
Wed, May 03, 2023
FOMC meeting May 2023 LIVE: Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell-led Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announced a 25 bps in interest rates today. Catch minute-by-minute updates on the May 2-3 FOMC meeting LIVE, realtime market reaction and analysis, what to make of the Fed's commentary and much more only on Zeebiz.com's blog.
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