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Author Archives: Ken Taubes
As expected, and in keeping with the minutes from its March meeting, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decided to keep rates on hold. Importantly, the Federal Reserve Board cited several aspects of the US economy and global conditions that … Continue reading
The Fed’s dovish turn coming out of its March 15-16 meeting took many market participants by surprise. The Federal Reserve’s median projection for Fed Funds rate increases in 2016 fell from four in December to two, reflecting concerns about the … Continue reading
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) today took a dovish turn, indicating uncertainty about the course of the US economy and future interest rate hikes. Chair Janet Yellen indicated a continued bias towards rate hikes in 2016, but made no … Continue reading
In its January 27 meeting the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) members indicated that they expected economic data to be supportive of further tightening, but they continue to remain data dependent. U.S. employment – a primary focus of the FOMC … Continue reading
Kenneth J. Taubes, Head of Investment Management, U.S. Outlook 2016 Read More