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January 3, 2013
14:21 EDTMinutes show most Fed members support waiting until 2015 to raise funds rate
Thirteen of the Federal Open Market Committee's members believed that the federal funds rate shouldn't be raised until 2015, while one member felt that the rate shouldn't be increased until 2016, minutes of the committee's December meeting showed. Five members felt that the rate should be increased in 2013 or 2014. The 13 members who thought that the rate should be raised in 2015 anticipated that the rate would be 1.25% or lower at the end of that year. Meanwhile, about half of the participants who supported extending the Fed's asset buying program into 2013 felt that the central bank should stop buying securities around mid-2013, while the other half thought the program should be extended beyond that point, the minutes show. Some participants expressed concerns that continuing very accommodative monetary policy could lead to imbalances in the financial system. Regarding the economic outlook, members expressed some optimism about the future. Economic growth should accelerate in 2013, while economic growth in 2014 and 2015 was projected to be above longer run trend levels. However, members believed that the uncertainty facing the economy was also above normal levels.
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October 7, 2014
08:25 EDTFedspeak resumes with Minneapolis Fed dove Kocherlakota
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08:20 EDTOil Action: NYMEX crude is down 11 cents
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08:00 EDTU.S. ICSC Goldman Sachs chain store sales index rebounded 0.1%
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07:53 EDTICSC-Goldman Store Sales data reported
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07:53 EDTICSC-Goldman Store Sales data reported
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07:41 EDTFederal Reserve Bank of New York President speaks on local economy
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07:40 EDTFederal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Bank President speaks on monetary policy
Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Kocherlakota speaks on monetary policy objectives in Rapid City, North Dakota on October 7 at 2:30 pm.
07:40 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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07:40 EDTTreasury Market Outlook: Treasuries are holding modest gains
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07:35 EDTGerman economic data sinks futures
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07:33 EDTBofA/Merrill to hold a conference
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07:29 EDTRBC Capital to hold a conference
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07:28 EDTBofA/Merrill to hold a conference
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07:27 EDTCoinAgenda / BitAngels to hold a conference
Bitcoin Investor Conference is being held in Las Vegas on October 7-9.
07:21 EDTWorld Muscle Society to hold a confernce
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07:19 EDTCowen to hold a conference
17th Annual Therapeutics Conference to be held in New York on October 7-8.
06:17 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for October 7
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06:12 EDTOctober front month equity options last day to trade is October 17, 2014
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05:55 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY has re-established a footing
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02:50 EDTFX Update: The dollar retained a generally soft tone
FX Update: The dollar retained a generally soft tone as the correction from Friday's post-payrolls surge continued. A lot of equity research have been warning of the impact of the strong dollar on multinational corporate earnings, and this seems to be playing a role in the greenback's correction. USD-JPY ebbed to a new low for the week at 108.51, which almost exactly matches the present position of the 20-day moving average. Last Friday's low at 108.35 and last Thursday's low at 108.00 are near-to support levels. The BoJ left policy unchanged by a vote of 8:1, as was widely anticipated, while the statement said that the economy is recovering moderately. Cable popped to a new high for the week, as did AUD-USD following an as-expected RBA decision to leave policy unchanged and despite the statement saying that the recent sharp drop in the AUD is still on sufficient to a stimulate the domestic economy. EUR-USD remained subdued, despite the losses in the dollar elsewhere, with the pair holding around 1.2620-40, comfortably below its Monday high at 1.2675.
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