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By Andrew Wilkinson | January 21, 2015
By Steven K. Beckner | January 15, 2015
By Justin Pugsley | October 10, 2014
Given the recent performance of GBP/USD the forex markets seem to be veering towards the U.S. raising interest rates first, but there's still a chance that the Bank of England could pip the U.S. Federal Reserve to the post.
By Daniel P. Collins | October 9, 2014
If we are in a strengthening recovery, how is the Fed going to handle tightening?
By Phil Flynn | October 9, 2014
The Federal Reserve seemed to blink in the staring contest over whether or not they can ignore growth in the rest of the world and raise rates.
By Matthew Boesler, Bloomberg | October 7, 2014
Forecasts for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates in mid-2015 are “reasonable” as policy makers wait for unemployment to fall further and inflation to rise
By Martin McGuire | October 1, 2014
We last looked at the S&P 500 Index Emini on Sept. 25 suggesting that month end buying would be insufficient to lift prices.
By Howard Simons | October 1, 2014
Traders form habits quickly. Understanding these and their effects can better equip us to decipher actual market moves.
By Daniel P. Collins | September 15, 2014
There are two things currency analysts agree on: Currencies have never gone through such a period of low volatility and the dollar must lead the sector out of the current malaise.
By Glenys Sim, Bloomberg | September 12, 2014
Gold traded little changed near a seven-month low on speculation that the Federal Reserve is moving closer to raising interest rates.