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Tag Archives: Fed policy
The Federal Reserve Board did what most observers expected today, holding any rate increase until at least October or December 2015. While the Federal Open Market Committee professes to be “data-dependent” and focused primarily on U.S. economic data in making … Continue reading
View from the European Equities desk 2015 was to be the year of European Equities. After five years of trailing the U.S. market, all eyes turned to Europe, as the power of Quantitative Easing (QE) and an expectation of greater … Continue reading
The Fed confirmed the end of Quantitative Easing (QE) and changed its rhetoric on the job market. The unemployment rate is (finally) gradually declining, as is the underutilization in the labor market, although it remains high by historical standards. The … Continue reading
The Federal Reserve Board’s policy-making committee convened on September 16-17 to discuss winding down its stimulus program. Janet Yellen, the Fed’s chairwoman, explained the results of the meeting in a news conference on September 17. Is the Fed Being Too Accomodative? … Continue reading
Pioneer’s Head of Global Asset Allocation Research, Monica Defend, along with U.S. and Latin America Global Asset Allocation Research Economist, Annalisa Usardi, recently released an update on the U.S. economy. The update was based on the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ … Continue reading