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With the latest speech from Federal Reserve Governor Waller called “Hike, Skip, or Pause?” — it has some wondering if the pause will happen in June. With likelihood of going back into motion in July, it could move up the median projection of the peak rate to around 5.4%. That would be a 22-year high. What do you think we could see in June with the hikes? #federalreserve #inflation #recession

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Fed autopsy on Silicon Valley Bank $SIVB details grave mismanagement The Federal Reserve detailed serious management oversights by the executives of Silicon Valley Bank, which collapsed six weeks and sent financial markets reeling. 1. Silicon Valley Bank's board of directors and management failed to manage their risks 2. Federal Reserve supervisors did not fully appreciate the extent of the vulSee more
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What's your take on the upcoming FedNow service? Context: — The FedNow Service will allow individuals and businesses to send instant payments through their depository institution accounts in near real-time, 24x7x365. — The Federal Reserve plans to launch its FedNow Service in July. — Financial institutions of all sizes, including the U.S. Treasury, have declared their intent to use the service. —See more
The Federal Reserve increases rates by 25BPS; moving it up to 5.00% — highest we’ve seen since June 2006. Legit putting more risk even more financial chaos. They continue to move the chess board impacting all of the players , especially consumers. Honestly I wondered if they would stay the course of force even while the banking bridge is on fire. They did. Not shocked by it. 9 consecutive inteSee more
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What do you expect tomorrow? No Hike. Crank it up 25bps. Keep in mind peeps — we “could” see some mixing in the markets no matter what the decision will be. Insert your portfolio psychology here. Don’t panic sell or buy, but research before you do anything! I’m intrigued to hear with J.Pow feels after the commentary of Janet Yallen and others. See more
📈💼👔(US Adds More Jobs Than Expected)📉🏦📊💰💸 The US economy has outdone itself yet again, adding more jobs than predicted last month. The data showed that the US added 311,000 jobs, marking eleven months of exceeding expectations. However, this news has sparked concern at the Federal Reserve, as it signals a potential return to a more aggressive stance. Although average earnings grew less than expecSee more
This is not the chart you want to see as the investing year closes. The markets have suffered mightily, seeing its worst performance since the global recession because of rising inflation and the Fed's effort to curtail price growth with interest rate hikes. The central bank's rate-hiking campaign has hammered stocks and bonds alike — meaning that even diversified portfolios are having one of theSee more
The jobs market stayed solid last month with employers adding 263,000 jobs, while the unemployment rate held at 3.7%, near the lowest level in a half-century, the Labor Department said on Friday. Job growth last month was roughly in line with the 261,000, added in October, which was revised up by 23,000. In September, the economy added 269,000 jobs, 46,000 fewer than initially estimated. EconomiSee more
Breaking: Jerome Powell said smaller interest rate hikes are likely ahead and could start in December and likely need "somewhat higher" rates in 2023 than anticipated. Also that Housing-Services Inflation should begin to decline sometime in 2023. What do you think, Peeps?See more
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What do you think the Feds will do with the Federal Interest Rate today? If you need insight into what that is - it’s when the Federal Open Market Committee (Federal Reserves) get together and determines the direction of monetary policy by directing open market operations (state of the economy). They usually have these meetings 8x a year, but due to current circumstances — monthly. Here’s how to watch it: Here’s where they will issue their statement before they have the press conference: #fomc #federalreserve #federalinterestrates

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