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Eight Fed policy makers expected four or more quarter-point rate increases for the full year.
Unemployment falling, inflation rising faster than projected.
The world’s three most powerful central banks convene next week.
U.S. economic growth could face a challenging slowdown as the Trump’s fiscal stimulus fades after two years.
Emerging markets are likely to get little sympathy from the Federal Reserve.
U.S. and China are gearing up for a longer-term battle between two very different systems of innovation.
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Fed officials signaled a hike in June but there’s no clarity on if they’d hike one or two more times this year.
Fed officials said the economic outlook warranted another interest-rate hike “soon”.
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“Markets should not be surprised by our actions if the economy evolves in line with expectations,” said Powell.
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New York Fed President William Dudley said he is optimistic about U.S. growth.
U.S. central bankers have been telegraphing their comfort with inflation above their target for the past few weeks.
New York Fed’s Dudley said that Fed will raise interest rates gradually unless inflation moves up.
Powell says “really too early” to estimate how tariffs will impact the U.S. economy.
Federal Reserve officials leaned toward a slightly faster pace of policy tightening at their March meeting.
Federal Reserve officials leaned toward a slightly faster pace of tightening at their March meeting.
Powell said the outlook for inflation and the U.S. labor market support further gradual interest-rate increases.