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Day: April 28, 2021

Fed holds interest rates near zero, sees faster growth and higher inflation

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday kept its easy money policy in place despite an economy that it acknowledged is accelerating. As expected, the U.S. central bank decided to keep short-term interest rates anchored near zero as it buys at least $120 billion of bonds each month. The latter part of policy is a two-pronged effort …

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Selling assets to avoid a higher capital gains tax? You may trigger another tax

Drew Angerer | Getty Images News | Getty Images Investors fearful of President Joe Biden’s proposal to raise taxes on capital gains might be thinking about making a knee-jerk stock sale. Doing so may inadvertently trigger another investment tax, according to financial advisors. And it’s one that kicks in at a low level of income …

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Eurozone GDP to Confirm Double-Dip Recession but Euro Looks to Brighter Q2

The flash estimate of first quarter GDP growth is due out of the Eurozone on Friday at 09:00 GMT. Fresh lockdowns are expected to have dragged the euro area economy into a double-dip recession, highlighting Europe’s bumpy recovery road. However, forward-looking indicators suggest a rebound is already underway, and combined with the pick-up in Europe’s …

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Mortgage rates fall to a two-month low, but weekly demand still drops

Robin Azougi 1st R, a licensed real estate salesperson with Douglas Elliman Real Estate, talks with prospective buyers at a house for sale in Floral Park, Nassau County, New York, on Sept. 6, 2020. Wang Ying | Xinhua News Agency | Getty Images Lower mortgage rates are not prompting homeowners or potential homebuyers to contact …

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Dollar Staying in Consolidations With Bearish Outlook, FOMC Next

The financial markets are generally steady today as traders are holding their bet ahead of FOMC announcement. US President Joe Biden is set to unveil a USD 1.8T package for family and education, but that’s unlikely to trigger much reaction. New Zealand Dollar and Canadian Dollar are currently the strongest ones for today, followed by …

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USDJPY Regains Footing And Tussles 109.00 Handle

USDJPY is struggling to overcome the 109.00 hurdle, where the mid-Bollinger band also resides, after recovering some lost ground from a deep price correction from the 1-year high of 110.96. The soaring 50- and 100-day simple moving averages are endorsing the positive structure. It is apparent that positive momentum has picked up after the pair …

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Fed O’clock

The Federal Reserve (Fed) will announce its latest monetary policy decision today and is broadly expected to maintain its near-zero interest rates and massive bond purchases strategy unchanged at this month’s meeting. Because there will be no policy change, the focus will be on ‘when would things eventually start moving’. There are rumours that the …

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Samsung family announces plans to pay off more than $10 billion of inheritance tax

A Samsung flag (R) and South Korean national flag flutter at the company’s Seocho building in Seoul on April 28, 2021. JUNG YEON-JE | AFP via Getty Images SINGAPORE — The family of Samsung Electronics’ late chairman announced Wednesday they will be paying off a massive inheritance tax bill of more 12 trillion Korean won …

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