1. JP Morgan's Kolanovic Prefers Cash Over Stocks In 2024, Cites Improbability Of Swift Rate Cuts By Federal Reserve

    In a recent reveal, JP Morgan’s Marko Kolanovic suggests a lean towards cash over stocks in 2024, attributing the shift to the improbability of swift interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve. What Happened : Kolanovic’s outlook is based on the over-optimism of investors in sideste
  2. Fed's Unexpected Dovish Signals Spark Market Euphoria: Economists Weigh In

    By Piero Cingari The Fed’s decision to hold rates steady in the last meeting of the year, coupled with a dovish shift in economic projections, elicited a range of reactions from financial experts and leading economists. While some see early signs of a rally, others caution against
  3. Exclusive-BOJ plans to exit from easy policy next year but needs some good fortune

    By: Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Governor Kazuo Ueda will continue to dismantle the central bank's ultra-easy monetary policy settings and look to exit the decade-long accommodative regime sometime next year, an inherently risky plan that would require skilful exec
  4. Fed's Bostic sees no more U.S. rate hikes, no recession

    By: Ann Saphir (Reuters) - Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank President Raphael Bostic on Tuesday said the U.S. central bank need not raise borrowing costs any further, and sees no recession ahead even as the Fed's rate hikes so far slow the economy and bring down inflation. "I actually
  5. Market Roundup: Bitcoin, the Federal Reserve, and Emerging Market Trends: A Macro View | June 21, 2023

    There's significant attention given to the market's response to the Federal Reserve's pause regime, with #BlackRock 's launch of a spot #ETF becoming a major talking point. Backed by substantial institutional support, this is a new chapter for #crypto exchanges that can shape thei