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Yet another recession warning just flashed red — a Treasury ‘yield curve’ just inverted for the first time since 2007

A keenly watched measure of market sentiment on recession has just indicated that recession is increasingly in the cards.

Markets are reeling after a ‘bizarre’ Fed surprise

The Fed surprised traders by signalling there will be zero rate hikes this year and just one in 2020.

Here comes the Fed…

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to hold interest rates steady on Wednesday and to signal further that it may be a while before another hike.

The market has completely flipped its expectations for the Fed

Expectations for a rate hike this year have fallen below those for a cut, according to Bloomberg data.

Stocks are up as traders shift focus to see just how ‘patient’ the Fed will be

"The prospect of low rates for longer is music to the ears of equities, as firms benefit from lower borrowing costs," said Jasper Lawler at London Capital Group.

Janet Yellen is concerned about Trump’s public criticism of the Fed. She’s not the only one.

From tweetstorms to questions on whether Trump may fire chairman Jerome Powell, anger over rising interest rates has long been apparent in the Oval Office.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as the Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell holds a news conference on December 19, 2018 in New York City

Wall Street weighs in on the Fed’s big change

The Federal Reserve held its benchmark interest rate steady at a target range of between 2.25% and 2.5% on Wednesday. Here's what analysts are saying.

Here comes the Fed…

The Federal Reserve is expected to hold interest rates steady Wednesday, and officials have signaled flexibility on monetary policy going forward.

The Fed can ‘afford to be patient’ on future hikes, meeting minutes show

In 2019, interest rates may not rise as quickly as previously thought.

Trump firing Fed Chairman Jerome Powell could send shockwaves through the markets

While past presidents have been critical of the Federal Reserve, there’s little precedent for Trump’s attacks on Powell. Here’s what you need to know.