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    Why Do We Need Inflation?

    From awealthofcommonsense.com|18 hr ago|4 comments

    A reader asks: What’s the deal with inflation? It’s bad for our individual spending power. It erodes the value of our money. Yet, the economists want 2% inflation per year every year. Why do we need inflation for a healthy economy? Why can’t we have a 0% inflation goal? I get the idea behind being against inflation. Why would people want to see ...

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    Markets cautious, but is the Fed set to disappoint the doves?

    From hantecfx.com|10 hr ago|2 comments

    Market Overview Today's meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) could be a outlook defining moment. As economic indicators have slid in recent weeks, bond and interest rate futures markets have been pricing for the Fed to ditch its current tightening bias and move to cut rates. Although no rate cut is expected today, the market ...

    US dollar dips with all eyes on the Fed

    From reuters.com|1 hr 1 min ago

    The dollar dipped against the euro on Wednesday, though remained near two-week highs as investors waited for the Federal Reserve to release a policy statement later in the day. The central bank is expected to leave interest rates unchanged at the current range between 2.25% and 2.5%. But slow employment growth in May, the ongoing trade war with ...

    Brexit Bulletin: Early Election?

    From bnnbloomberg.ca|6 hr ago|4 comments

    Whats Happening? Boris Johnson has extended his lead as the front-runner in the Conservative Party leadership race, softened his Brexit rhetoric, and raised suspicions that a general election could be sooner than you think. Johnson has been gathering support from members of Parliament across the partys Brexit spectrum prompting questions about ...

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    USDJPY still bearish below moving averages

    From xm.com|7 hr ago

    USDJPY remains stuck in a bearish phase as the momentum oscillators struggle in negative territory. The RSI is trending downwards below the 50 level, while the MACD histogram is heading back down below 0, though its holding above its red signal line for now. Prices are currently being capped by the 108.75 level, whish is the 61.8% Fibonacci ...

    Markets cautious, but is the Fed set to disappoint the doves?

    From hantecfx.com|10 hr ago|2 comments

    Market Overview Today's meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) could be a outlook defining moment. As economic indicators have slid in recent weeks, bond and interest rate futures markets have been pricing for the Fed to ditch its current tightening bias and move to cut rates. Although no rate cut is expected today, the market ...

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