This website uses cookies. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Read More

FED

  • US Non-Farm Payroll Scenarios 04-02-2022

    4 Feb 2022 12:57 PM |

    Today, the financial markets are eyeing the Non-farm payroll report issued from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics in the wake of the Fed’s intention to tighten its monetary policy. The Fed will likely hike its rate for the first time since late 2018, next March when it ends the massive asset purchase program of $120 billion a month.

    Read More

  • The US dollar is falling awaiting of inflation data

    13 Oct 2017 02:13 PM |

    Global stocks rose for the fourth consecutive day on Friday in light of expectations for the growth of the world economy, while the performance of the US dollar is the worst for five weeks as the markets watched US inflation data.

    Read More

  • The week ahead (2-6 October)

    2 Oct 2017 11:18 AM |

    The US dollar succeeded in stabilizing higher than an important support at the end of the third quarter of 2017, as the dollar index rose from 92.40 after it continued its decline since the end of the first quarter of the year, reaching the lowest level since January 2015 at 90.97.

    Read More

  • Daily wrap up -26 September

    26 Sep 2017 09:02 PM |

    On the economic calendar today, the most prominent headline was Janet Yellen, FED Governor speech, entitled "Inflation, Uncertainty and Monetary Policy", warning FOMC from moving too gradually and confirmed that the Fed able to meet the inflation target of 2%, and not considering changes in the target, noting that it is the uncertainty that strengthens the policy of gradually rate hike, which she supports despite the weakness of inflation.

    Read More

  • Yellen: Uncertainty strengthens the gradual approach to raise interest rates

    26 Sep 2017 07:51 PM |

    The remarks by Janet Yellen, Federal Reserve Governor, were as follows:

    • A gradual approach to rate hikes is appropriate in the light of subdued inflation.
    • It would be unwise to leave interest rates unchanged until inflation reaches 2%.

    Read More

  • Evans: We shouldn't raise interest rates before ensuring the sustainability of inflation growth

    26 Sep 2017 09:02 AM |

    US Federal Reserve member Charles Evans made many statements, the most prominent of which were:

    • The Fed needs to see clear signs of rising inflation before raising rates again.
    • It is appropriate for the FED to follow the policy of caution and gradually hike.

    Read More

  • The week ahead (25 – 29 September)

    25 Sep 2017 02:55 PM |

    The weekend saw flaming events as elections were held in New Zealand and Germany, New Zealand's ruling National Party has won the largest number of votes, reaching 46%, while the opposition Labor Party has won 35.8%. The next few days will witness talks in order to form a coalition, to form the new government pending the announcement of the results officially on October 7.

    Read More

  • Daily wrap up – 21 September

    21 Sep 2017 06:44 PM |

    The markets absorbed the Fed's decisions yesterday, US stocks started to fall from historical highs and the US dollar saw some slight declines after rising overnight after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged at 1.25% and left the door open for a third raise this year.

    Read More

  • Daily wrap up – 20 September

    20 Sep 2017 10:05 PM |

    The markets were calm today, before the US Federal Reserve announcing the interest rate decision. The economic calendar was not full of major economic events during the day, so the markets were looking to see what the Fed will release tonight

    Read More

Prices may be delayed by 5 seconds. Prices above are subject to our website terms and conditions. Prices are indicative only