The Fed Cuts Interest Rates Again!
Invesco Chief Global Market Strategist Kristina Hooper joins to discuss what the Fed's third rate cut this year means for markets. She says Fed Chair Jay Powell's speech also indicates that there will likely be a high hurdle to raise rates.
After the Fed: Fixed Income Outlook
The Federal Reserve slashed interest rates for the third time in 2019. Global markets digested the implications of the decision as the central bank signaled a pause from further reductions. Collin Martin, Managing Director and Fixed Income Strategist at Schwab Center for Financial Research (SCFR) offers his outlook for the fixed income market.
Q4 Kickoff Hints at Trade Dispute Headwinds
The final quarter is historically the best one of the year. Headwinds and tailwinds continue to be monitored, as tariffs and geopolitics pose a risk to economic growth.
“Fractured” FOMC Lowers Interest Rate as Expected
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, visited Bloomberg TV to discuss the Fed’s latest rate cut. Read our update to Forecasting the Next Recession
Fed Votes on Second Rate Cut
In the most divided vote since 2014, the Fed voted 7-3 to lower interest rates by 25 basis points to 1.75-2%. Fed Chair Jay Powell said he sees a benefit in having diverse perspectives. He added that sometimes the path is very clear but that’s not the case right now given weakening global growth and trade developments that the Fed is monitoring.
Bahnsen Group on Negative Yields & Geopolitics
We hear from David Bahnsen, CIO and Managing Partner at the Bahnsen Group, on balancing risks and long-term client goals. The Top 100 Advisor gives his take on the Fed's trajectory, the Saudi oil attacks, and negative rates globally.