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Day: April 18, 2018

New York Fed chief Dudley sees two risks ahead for interest rate policy

Uncertainties surrounding trade and the federal budget will be the main challenges for Federal Reserve policymakers, outgoing New York Fed President William Dudley said Wednesday. As he prepares to leave his position in June, Dudley said in a speech that he feels confident that the policymaking Federal Open Market Committee is close to its objective …

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Fed: US economic growth on track despite tariff concerns

“Robust” business borrowing, rising consumer spending, and tight labor markets indicate the U.S. economy remains on track for continued growth, the Federal Reserve reported on Wednesday, with the risks of a global trade war the one big outlier. In its periodic “Beige Book” summary of contacts with businesses in its 12 regional districts, the Fed …

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Fed: U.S. economic growth on track despite tariff concerns

“Robust” business borrowing, rising consumer spending, and tight labor markets indicate the U.S. economy remains on track for continued growth, the Federal Reserve reported on Wednesday, with the risks of a global trade war the one big outlier. In its periodic “Beige Book” summary of contacts with businesses in its 12 regional districts, the Fed …

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The so-called smart money has started to sell at the end of the trading day, a bad sign for this bull

The so-called smart money has recently started to bail on the stock market at the end of the trading day, a leading indicator the bull run may be over. Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at Cresset Wealth, explains: The Smart Money Index (SMI) takes the first half hour of trading, which is dominated by retail …

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Goldman CEO supports Trump’s effort to ‘even out’ US-China trade

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein said President Donald Trump’s increased pressure on China regarding trade is not necessarily a bad thing. “I think the kind of pressure that’s being put to bear is fine,” Blankfein told CNBC Wednesday. “I understand what’s trying to be accomplished here: We’re not trying to end trade with China, we’re …

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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein: Economy looks ‘awfully good’ and should keep growing

The economy is in good shape now and appears to have some staying power, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein told CNBC on Wednesday. Despite worries that the 9-year-old bull market in stocks is coming to an end, the banking chief said there are lots of reasons for optimism. “If you divorce yourself from a general …

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US growth rate won’t be enough to control the deficit, economist warns

Growth is looking good now, but it won’t be enough to save the U.S. from its out-of-control budget deficit, one chief economist warned, joining a growing number of market observers concerned about government spending and debt. “An honest accounting finds U.S. debt headed to shockingly high levels,” Carl Tannenbaum, chief economist at Chicago-based asset management …

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UK inflation cools to 1-year low, raising questions over possible Bank of England hike in May

British inflation unexpectedly cooled to a one-year low in March, according to figures that may raise doubt over bets that the Bank of England will raise interest rates in May. Official data published on Wednesday showed annual consumer price inflation fell to 2.5 percent from 2.7 percent in February. The figure was below economists’ average …

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