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Day: September 17, 2019

Fed expected to cut rates and Powell may have hard time appeasing critics inside and outside Fed

The Fed is expected to cut interest rates for the second time in a decade Wednesday, but Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is unlikely to deliver the message markets want to hear on plans for future rate cuts. “He’ll underwhelm everyone and not overwhelm anyone,” said Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant Thornton. She expects a …

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Fed rate cut is coming, but some market insiders doubt it’s really necessary

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell reacts after the two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee on interest-rate policy on June 13, 2018, when it raised its benchmark rate to 1.75% to 2%. If the Fed cuts this week, the rate will return to that level. Yuri Gripas | Reuters The Federal Reserve is …

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Becoming a Better Trader – Managing Stress

Stress management is important is an overlooked facet to trading many traders overlook. Trading is often considered a stressful business, and yes, it is a difficult business, but a lot of what makes trading stressful is self-inflicted. Large doses of stress have significantly negative impacts on cognitive functions, not to mention it’s just not good …

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Bank of Japan Mulls More Stimulus; is a Surprise on the Way?

The Bank of Japan will conclude its two-day policy meeting on Thursday, a few hours after the Federal Reserve announces its latest rate review. After the European Central Bank decided to restart its asset purchase program in the past week and the Fed is widely expected to cut rates for the second time this year, …

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Homebuilder sentiment surges to highest level of the year, but there are warning signs

Workers install roof trusses on a home under construction in Denver. Steve Nehf | The Denver Post | Getty Images) Confidence among the nation’s homebuilders rose 1 point to 68 in September in the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index – well above expectations and the highest level of the year. It …

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