Despite Jerome's Powell hawkish speech, the greenback fell on Tuesday as investors returned to investment in risk assets…
How to react to Powell's speech?
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The higher prices seen today are generally related to the pandemic, that’s no doubt. US consumer prices jumped in October at the fastest pace in three decades putting the Biden administration on the defensive and increasing prospects that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next year. Jerome Powell says Fed will discuss speeding up bond-buying taper at the December meeting. What does it mean for markets?
On December the 3rd Canada reported a 6% unemployment rate, while the expectations were at a 6.6% level. Less than expected unemployment rate is always hawkish news for the national currency.
The oil prices have declined this week after the new Omicron strain was identified. What should we expect next from oil?
After NFP greatly exceeded expectations, the market players turn their heads to the release of US CPI, which may push the Fed to hike sooner…
For the stock market, January turned out to be the worst month since the market crash in March 2020. There are expectations of rate hikes, another covid wave, and speeding the end of the bond-buying program. What to expect from February and how to trade this week?