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Fed Policy Taking New Dovish Turn. Rates Now Seen Steady

Fed Policy Taking New Dovish Turn. Rates Now Seen Steady

29 days ago | March 24, 2019 00:00:00

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


Fed Sends Pre-Emptively Dovish signalsOn Wednesday March 20, markets had been prepared for uneventful Fed policy decision. First No Rata change was as expected. However the Fed “dot Plots” removed their previous forecast for two rate hikes by the end of the year to no rate changes. One hike is still priced in for 2020. As expected, the Fed revised down its economic forecasts for the next few years. They also announced that it would slow the pace of the liquidation of balance sheet holdings stating in May and indicated that it would conclude the r

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