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Jon Soltz 5h
Let’s be honest. Trump wants to pressure the Fed to lower interest rates because he holds billions in adjustable interest rate debt. Rising interests rates would crush his already leveraged businesses .
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SCCAOR YPN Jul 18
Being a is an ongoing activity of maintenance and care. This week, Jen discusses the benefits of paint when it comes to protecting your home from the elements. 
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phyron Jul 18
A template for Our future. UK CPI today was unexpectedly weak, (core 1.9% v 2.1% estimated, and 0% on a MoM basis .This was the last significant data point before the August meeting,
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phyron Jul 18
Perhaps too high a bar... The Yield Curve and the "IVT" as it presupposes that one went to High School and learned the Intermediate Value Theorem..
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BlackRock Jul 16
Russ Koesterich, BlackRock's Portfolio Manager, explains why the key to asset returns in the first half of 2018 was the dollar, not .
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NewsandGuts 24h
Another taboo bites the dust. Presidents have rarely, if ever, criticized the Fed. Enter Donald Trump.
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Beverly A. Pekala 4h
FYI, banks pitchin 2.5+% CD rates ringing phones off hook, sending more mailings than BedBath sends coupons.
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Taylor-Swift Yield Spread 3h
With metal prices sliding, the prospect of the 10YR sustaining above 3% is low in the mid-long term.
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Amanda Jul 19
With interest rates still around 4.5%, now is a great time to look back at where rates have been over the last 40 years. Rates are projected to climb to 5.1% by this time next year! The impact your interest rate makes on your monthly mortgage cost is significant
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Motheo Khoaripe Jul 19
: The committee has decided to keep interest rate unchanged at 6.5%...
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Wayne Nelson Jul 16
Bonds are getting whacked this morning. This may be the beginning of a bigger move lower as begin to rise. Beware the "Flattening of the Yield Curve! I'll be entering a Put Butterfly in /ZB as I believe Bonds will continue to drop over the next few weeks.
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PIMCO 7h
How would the react to an inversion of the yield curve?
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Motheo Khoaripe Jul 19
Domestic economic conditions are weaker than we expected. a growth rate of 1.2% is now expected for 2018, compared with 1.7% previously.
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Brian Twomey 32m
USD/CNY Overnight broke my reported 6.80 to 6.81 then dropped to my support 6.76, holding 6.76. USD/CNY highly normal currency pair, China backed by Repo Rate, not Interest Rate as G10, explains wide ranges.
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ninadsheth 14h
I do not recall an American president criticizing the Fedral reserve so openly. Perhaps it is the real estate developers Avtar or doanald trump speaking here addicted to the low sugar!!
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Motheo Khoaripe Jul 19
Risk to the Rand remains tighter global economic conditions.
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PIMCO Jul 17
Would the change course if the yield curve inverts? Read our views:
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Reminiscences of an American Capitalist 27m
Over / under - Jerome Powell tenure at the Fed 🤔
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WhartonBusinessRadio 2h
Listening to 's Jeremy Siegel talk about the impact of badmouthing the here on Behind the Markets..we are LIVE now on
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ForexFlow 2h
What are you seeing Kuroda-san for your next meeting on 31st July?, ,
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