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Fed Fischer: Kenaikan Suku Bunga Akan Terjadi Tahun Ini

Monexnews – Federal Open Market Committee dan pasar memperkirakan bahwa tingkat suku bunga akan naik “suatu waktu” di tahun ini, menurut salah satu petinggi the Fed 121 more words

NEWS

Fed Chair Yellen Still Dovish, Economy Still “Sluggish”

Popular Economics Weekly

Federal Reserve Chairperson Yellen wants to keep interest rates as low as possible for at least the “next couple of FOMC meetings”, even as there are signs that economic growth is accelerating. 494 more words

Weekly Financial News

FOMC: June hike remains on the table, but the hurdle is higher

The January FOMC minutes were unusually long. In addition to the usual annual update of the longer-run goals of monetary policy strategy (which were essentially unchanged from last year, except to reflect new central estimates for the NAIRU), the minutes also contained a further technical discussion on tools for policy liftoff. 1,136 more words

Federal Reserve

Fed'den flaş acıklama

ABD Merkez Bankası (Fed) Başkanı Janet Yellen, Temsilciler Meclisi’nde yaptığı yarıyıl sunumunda, politika faizini enflasyonun yüzde 2 hedefine yaklaştığına emin olmadan artırmayacakları taahhüdünü yineleyerek, Fed’in Demokratlar tarafından yönlendirildiği iddialarına ve denetimine yönelik tekliflere karşı çıktı. 326 more words

When will Wall Street lose patience with the Fed

There is no question that historically low interest rates over the last few years have been a boon for asset prices like housing and the stock market.   203 more words

The FOMC still making up excuses

The FOMC remains non committal when it comes to raising interest rates, chair Janet Yellen delivered her prepared remarks to the Senate Banking Committee for the feds semiannual meeting.   223 more words

Hard Core Investment Roundtable Update ... Higher Interest Rates

My hat is off to all of you who travel extensively. You have very special skills. After several trips, I am ready to be home for a while. 156 more words

Investing/Financial Planning