Tag: interest rate

The Fed Rate and the Effect on Gold

The Fed Rate and the Effect on Gold It is sufficient to say that the upcoming Fed Rate discussions have everyone tied up in knots....

Learn To Be Smart & Safe With Your Investments

Learn To Be Smart & Safe With Your Investments Investing can be overwhelming. There are so many different options, and so many different opinions of...

Buyback Blackout to Sink the Nasdaq?

One of the key determinants of equity price momentum higher over the last few years has been the buyback spending spree corporations embarked on...

U.S. Equities — Is the Worst Over?

With the Chinese Black Monday are U.S. Equities — Is the Worst Over? Wall Street contrarians have been calling for a market correction for months....

Bank of England Maintains Overnight Rate at 0.5% for 6th Straight...

The Bank of England made no changes to monetary policy on Thursday, as policymakers voted once again to keep interest rates at record lows...

Fed’s Yellen Hints at 2015 Rate Hike, but Stresses Patience

The Federal Reserve could begin normalizing interest rates this year, but won’t rush to do so amid tepid wage growth and tame inflation, central...

Bank of England Votes Unanimously to Keeping Interest Rates Low

Lawmakers at the Bank of England voted unanimously to keep interest rates at a record low at this month’s policy meetings, although signs of...

USD/CAD Loses NFP-Inspired Rally amid Higher Energy Prices

The North American currency pair back was on its heels Monday, as rebounding energy prices and better than expected Canadian housing starts supported the...

Canadian dollar rebounds sharply as oil prices rise

The Canadian dollar advanced on Monday as oil prices continued to rally, while US consumer spending declined at the sharpest rate since 2009 and...

US dollar continues higher as Fed pledges patience toward raising interest...

The US dollar advanced against a basket of currencies Wednesday, as the Federal Reserve conveyed optimism that inflation would gradually reach its target in...