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"The operation schedules are subject to change if market conditions warrant or should the FOMC alter its guidance to the Desk," said the Fed.
‘Bond King’ Jeff Gundlach says the Fed may start expanding its balance sheet after injecting $128 billion into markets
Expanding the balance sheet is a way of "baby stepping" into quantitative easing, Gundlach said on Tuesday.
The market’s most feared recession signal flashes again amid fears the Fed won’t do enough to prevent an economic meltdown
Three regional Fed leaders spoke out against lowering interest rates on Thursday even as recession fears lingered.
Investors are signaling that the Fed may need to cut interest rates more aggressively to avoid a recession — just as Trump wants.
The US Federal Reserve is now examining Amazon cloud data centers, in what appears to be growing federal oversight of the cloud industry
According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, regulators from the US Federal Reserve paid a visit to an Amazon cloud data center earlier this year.
The dollar climbed to its highest level in more than 2 years after the Fed cut rates. That’s the opposite of what Trump wants.
The market reaction to the rate cut was "totally the opposite" of what usually happens, said Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM.
Trump’s top economic advisor just applauded Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her questions about low unemployment to Fed Chair Jerome Powell
In a congressional hearing Wednesday, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the US economy can sustain unemployment "substantially lower than we thought."
Trump told reporters that if the Fed cut rates it "would be like a rocket ship."
Safe-haven assets like gold and Treasuries rise on new European tariff threats and high expectations that the Fed will cut rates
"This is the right environment for gold to thrive and flourish," said Lukman Otunuga of FXTM. He's long been bullish on the asset.
The safest US bonds are offering their worst returns since the 2016 presidential election — and that’s a major warning sign the economy is...
Falling Treasury yields have caught industry watchers off guard. In January, no one expected them to fall below 2.5%.