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Posts Tagged With 'Janet Yellen'

Slowing Job Growth, Low Inflation Make Likelihood for Rate Hike Doubtful

Fed Chair Janet Yellen may not think the time is right to raise interest rates, but many retirees and other savers, would beg to differ. They say the time is right, and that it has been right for years. The low interest rate environment has impacted these groups perhaps more than any other. Those who’ve Continue reading →

Protect Your Nest Eggs With a Bond Ladder

On Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said that interest rates could be raised next month depending on a wide range of factors that can show whether or not the nation’s economy is improving. In the meantime, investors continue to look for the best ways to spend their money, especially people who are tucking away Continue reading →

Posted by Martin December 15, 2015

Is FED going to raise rates tomorrow?

I have been a longtime proponent of an idea that FED will not raise rates at all although they have been talking about it for the entire year. They simply cannot afford doing it. I always said that interest rates is a tool to cool the economy and prevent it from overheating. It is a Continue reading →

Posted by Martin September 26, 2015

To Raise, or Not To Raise,

When Will The United States Federal Reserve Tell Us? The world awaits. To raise or not to raise interest rates, that is the question for the United States Federal Reserve. For months now, forecasters and traders all around the globe have been reacting to the hint that the United States will enact their first interest Continue reading →

Posted by Martin March 16, 2014

Is there a room for more tapering?

Is there a room for more tapering?

The Federal Reserve gets a lot of credit for what passes as an economic recovery. Whether it deserves that credit, going forward the Fed has very little power to influence events because it is essentially out of ammo to further ease. The economy, meanwhile, is still lackluster, despite the central bank’s unjustified optimism. The Fed Continue reading →