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Citi: Bear market almost inevitable for Japanese stocks after Powell speech

A bear market in Japanese stocks is "almost inevitable" as a recent speech by US Federal Reserve Chairman Jeron Powell pulled the rug out from under the relief rally that markets have been on since mid-July,...

Bullard (Fed): Inflation will be more persistent than we expected

The president of the branch of St. Louis Federal Reserve's James Bullard said Thursday that he expects high inflation to prove more persistent than many expect and that interest rates at their current levels may...

Barkin (Fed): ‘Long time’ until next rate decision in September

Federal Reserve officials have "still a lot of time" before they need to decide on the exact rate of the next key rate hike at their Sept. 20-21 meeting, the Fed's Richmond president said. , Thomas...

Bullard (Fed): I’m leaning towards a 0.75% rate hike in September – We need to reach 3.75%-4% by the end of the year

Its preference for a 75 basis point (0.75%) increase in the base rate against 50 bp. on behalf of the US Federal Central Bank, Federal Reserve, expressed the president of the St. Louis Fed branch,...

The big pitfall for the Fed

By Mohamed A. El-Erian Over the past 18 months or so, the quick and easy interpretation of inflation data has been proven wrong. Will things be different in the future? The markets certainly hope so....

Don’t rush to celebrate inflation – It’s still unpredictable

By Jonathan Levin US inflation has finally surprised markets in a positive way and traders are understandably excited that the worst of the upward price pressures may finally be behind us. However, the real turn to...