New York Fed President William Dudley said on Tuesday that the case for a rate hike has become “a lot more compelling” and San Francisco Fed President John Williams said a rate hike would be seriously considered at the March meeting and that he sees no reason to delay.”In my view, a rate increase is very much on the table for serious consideration at our March meeting”, Williams said in remarks prepared for delivery to the Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce. New York Fed President William Dudley, a permanent voter on the USA central bank’s open market committee and close ally of chair Janet Yellen, said the case for tightening monetary policy “has become a lot more compelling”.As for President Trump’s speech to both houses of Congress, apart from stating intentions regarding tax breaks for the middle classes, massive increases in infrastructure and defense spending, replacing Obamacare and a rejigging of immigration controls it was short on any detail on any of these proposed policies, and how to pay for the higher expenditures. Ben Carson Confirmed as Housing Secretary
Several congress members have vocally opposed Carson’s nomination process including former vice presidential candidate, Sen. Ben Carson arrives for the presidential inaugural parade in front of the White House on January 20. “Can we count on Dr. The Fed’s Chair Janet Yellen and Vice Chair Stanley Fischer are scheduled to speak on Friday.Markets now believe it’s more than 80 per cent likely that fed fund rates will move up in March. The U.S. two-year Treasury note yield rose to its highest level in seven years on Wednesday.”I believe the economy is strong enough that we can manage it”, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, a voting member this year on the Fed’s policy committee, said earlier on Wednesday.The CME Group, which tracks investor sentiment on Fed rate hikes, now puts the probability of a March hike at 75 percent, up from around 20 percent a few weeks ago. Conversely, the central bank lowers the rate, as it did to almost zero following the 2008 financial crisis, to stimulate increased economic activity. Nikkei rallies on Fed news as investors digest Trump’s speech
The Australian dollar dipped slightly against dollar on Tuesday in thin trading as investors awaited a speech by U.S. Dow Jones closed up by 0.57 percent, S&P 500 ended up by 0.65 percent, Nasdaq finished the day up by 0.95 percent. The prospect of higher rates pushed equities down on Thursday, compounding the pressure after Wednesday’s rally.”Essentially the fundamental outlook remains bullish for the greenback since no other major central bank is even close to rising rates”, said Fawad Razaqzada, Market Analyst at Forex.com.The Fed lifted interest rates last December for only the second time since the financial crisis, and last month left them unchanged to give the labor market more room to improve. Microsoft apresenta “Netflix dos games” — Xbox Game Pass
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