Powell: Progress Will Be Bumpy
The Federal Reserve left rates unchanged for November, citing positive progress toward price stability.
Why Fed's Rate Path Is Far From Over
The Fed's June skip does not mean that the current hiking cycle is complete. A look at the Fed's dot plot suggests a continued rise in 2023, up to 5.6% before the Fed is finished. Insights by Jim Iuorio with TJM Institutional Services. Analyze the probabilities of changes to the Fed rate and U.S. monetary policy, as implied by 30-day Fed Funds Futures pricing data.
Systemic Risk in US Banking
iCapital Chief Investment Strategist Anastasia Amoroso told Bloomberg News that the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank were not isolated incidents and signal risk in the wider the US banking system.
Macro Markets Podcast Episode 15: Mid-Term Election Markets, Currencies, the Neutral Rate
Paul Dozier on how stocks have performed in midterm election years, and head of foreign exchange Cameron Crosby discusses the currency markets
The Changing Dynamics of Long-Term Debt Supply
Long-term rates have been rising sharply in recent months pushing up the borrowing costs for governments, corporations and for anyone who wants to take out a mortgage. Insights by CME Group Senior Economist, Erik Norland.