Tag Archives: US interest rates
The US economy is likely going to be in the backdrop of a flatter yield curve for quite some time because the Fed is going to be raising rates, but they are going to be telling the markets that their … Continue reading
The US economy has been growing at around 2-2.5 percent for a couple of years now while the business cycle has remained nearly flat, said Rob Morgan, chief investment officer at Sethi Financial Group. While the economy grinds along, among … Continue reading
The latest Fed minutes show the central bank is in no hurry to raise rates, and the US central bank is likely to wait until 2016 before making any move, said Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee. Right now … Continue reading
US markets are getting tired and valuations are certainly looking a bit expensive when already this year Europe and Japan have massively outperformed the US market, said Larry Kantor, head of research at Barclays. While both the US and Europe … Continue reading
Black-Friday might be an interesting event to measure consumer confidence in the US and increasingly in Europe, but it’s the central banks that investors really need to watch, said Niall Quinn, managing director at Eaton Vance Management. The strong consumer … Continue reading
One Man’s Opinion: Is The Federal Reserve Likely To Defer Rate Hikes Since Inflation Has Remained Weak?
The recent turmoil in the markets caused by Portuguese lender Banco Espirito Santo almost looked like a mini panic as a lot of investors jumped the gun assuming another credit crisis has hit Europe, said Brian Jacobsen, Chief Portfolio Strategist … Continue reading