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Fed Less Hawkish Than Expected. U.S. April Jobs Miss

Fed Less Hawkish Than Expected. U.S. April Jobs Miss

2 Years ago | May 06, 2018 00:00:00

John M. Bland, MBA, co-founder, Global-View.com


The Federal Reserve’s latest meeting fell last week on May 1-2. As expected, no changes in key rates were announced following the conference. Every other Fed meeting has a press conference afterwards, and the central bank has fallen into a pattern where policy changes are only announced at the meetings with press conferences. While in theory “no-press conference meetings” can see a policy change, this has not happened yet. My hope is that every meeting at some point will include an exchange with the press. Nevertheless, every meeting sees a

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