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Uncharted Territory in the Fed Funds Rate Cycle

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It’s now been nine years since the Federal Reserve last raised the fed funds rate. The speculation grows by the week about when the first rate hike since 2006 will occur. Every economic data point that gets released is immediately … Continue reading → The post Uncharted Territory in the Fed Funds Rate Cycle appeared first on A Wealth of Common Sense.Click on the title of this article to go directly to www.awealthofcommonsense.com to see it in it's entirety. Thanks for reading. ...
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Ryan Lewenza: The Fed Loses Its Patience

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The Fed Loses Patience by Ryan Lewenza, Private Client Strategist, Raymond James • The highly anticipated March Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting came and went with few surprises. As ...
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The Market Keeps Pushing Out the Date of the First Fed Rate Hike.

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by Eddy Elfenbein, Crossing Wall Street As readers of my blog know, I’m a big fan of Bespoke Investment Group. They always have great research and info. Lately, ...
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No QE3 - Yippee!

No QE3 - Yippee!
  No QE3 … Yippee! March 13, 2012 by Liz Ann Sonders, Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Key Points The Fed made ...
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The Economy and Bond Market Radar (January 23, 2012)

The Economy and Bond Market Radar (January 23, 2012)
The Economy and Bond Market Radar (January 23, 2012) Long-term treasury yields rose sharply as once again the schizophrenic market gyrates up one week and down the next, ...
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Fixed Income in 2011: The Year of Opposites (Tucker)

Fixed Income in 2011: The Year of Opposites (Tucker)
by Matt Tucker, Fixed Income,  iShares Expectations of rising interest rates. Fears of massive municipal bond defaults. Heading in to 2011, those were the two strong trends that ...
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Fed to Start Tightening in Third Quarter

Fed to Start Tightening in Third Quarter
The general consensus agrees with the minutes of the FOMC of January 26 that the highly accommodative monetary policy will be maintained owing to the expectation that the ...
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How to Invest in a Deflationary Environment, According to Rosy

How to Invest in a Deflationary Environment, According to Rosy
The article below comes from David Rosenberg, Chief Economist and Strategist of Gluskin Sheff & Associates. The fact that one of the most reliable research departments within the ...
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