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Tag Archives: economy
The prospect for a December Federal Reserve (Fed) rate hike continues to reverberate through financial markets. During the last week, the Fed’s rate hike bugle call was joined by the uber doves on the board, Fed Governors Rosengren and Evans. … Continue reading
1. ECB – When Doves Talk It appears likely that the U.S. Federal reserve will increase the Fed Funds rate for the first time in almost a decade at their forthcoming December meeting. This has led to speculation that the … Continue reading
There are signs of a significant breakthrough in the political logjam in Washington D.C. where the U.S. Congress and the President have reached a tentative deal that would raise the debt ceiling until March 2017, and a potential budget deal … Continue reading
S&P Downgrades Brazil: What Next? On 9 September, S&P downgraded Brazil to BB+, a speculative rating, leaving the country on negative watch. Fitch (BBB, Outlook negative) and Moody’s (Baa3) maintain investment grade recommendations for Brazilian hard currency government debt; expectations … Continue reading
50 Shades of QE The ECB’s September introductory statement reads “We emphasise our willingness and ability to act, if warranted, by using all the instruments available within our mandate”. It goes on to repeat what was said in the July … Continue reading