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CICC: The Federal Reserve may not cut interest rates easily
The probability that the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates by 25 basis points in May fell to 21.4%
Are hawks voting pigeons? Kashkari says banking pressure has increased risk of recession
Weekly preview | Federal Reserve officials make a big debut with PCE data! Can the US Congress restore market confidence by holding a hearing on the Silicon Valley Bank incident?
In terms of economic data, a number of important economic data will be released this week, including China's official manufacturing/non-manufacturing/comprehensive PMI, US PCE price data for January, etc.; in terms of financial events, a number of senior Federal Reserve officials will appear to speak. Furthermore, regarding the recent Silicon Valley Bank incident, the US Senate Banking Committee will hold a hearing, and the US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation will testify in the House of Representatives. Stay tuned.
After a lapse of 14 years, the thunderstorm happened again! What have you learned from having such a short investment memory?
From an investment perspective, investors should always look back on major financial disasters. Rational investing begins with respect for common sense and self-examination. When people forget the risks, black swans are often not far away.
One picture to understand: When the market is panicking, will the Federal Reserve act?
Bank of America pointed out that when the size of the IMF soared so much in the past two times, the Federal Reserve initiated interest rate cuts.
After banks, is it the turn of hedge funds? US regulations suggest risks!
After Graticule Asia fell last week, Rokos, who performed well last year, was also “alerted to risk” this week.
Opinion | How did the prices of major asset classes perform at the end of the Fed's interest rate hike?
Historically, what are the characteristics of global asset prices from the late stage of the Fed's interest rate hike to the interest rate cut stage? Risk appetite was repeated when the pace of interest rate hikes slowed, and risk appetite increased significantly after the rate hike ended. The rotation order of advantageous assets is: copper, oil → bonds → gold → stocks. There is no definite pattern in the trend of the US dollar.
As of press release, the Dow traded 308 million shares (335 million shares on the previous trading day), the NASDAQ traded 3,594 million shares (4.21 billion shares on the previous trading day), and the S&P 500 index traded 2,474 million shares (2,803 mil
Bank of America strategist: Capital flows into money market funds in large numbers, and the stock market is expected to fall further
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