Month: November 2022

jerome Powell

jerome Powell to Set Stage For Slowing Fed ate Hikes Amid Hawkish Tone

November 30, 2022

Jerome Powell is scheduled to deliver a speech, nominally focused on the labor market, at an event on Wednesday hosted by the Brookings Institution in Washington. It will be one of the last from policymakers before the start of a quiet period ahead of their Dec. 13-14 gathering. Chair Jerome Powell is expected to this […]

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ASIA FX

Asia FX inches Higher Ahead of Powell speech, China optimism Fades

November 30, 2022

Most Asian currencies crept higher on Wednesday as markets awaited more cues on U.S. monetary policy from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, although weak economic data from China and uncertainty over the country’s COVID policy weighed on sentiment. Still, most regional units were set to end November substantially higher on a weaker dollar and expectations […]

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Oil surges

Oil Surges As Speculation Over OPEC Cut Outweighs China concerns

November 29, 2022

Oil prices jumped on Tuesday as traders bet that recent weakness in the market will invite more supply cuts by the OPEC, while anti-government protests in China and hawkish signals from the Federal Reserve worsened the outlook for demand. Oil marked a volatile start to the week, initially tumbling as much as 3% as Chinese […]

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Dow Futures

Dow Futures Dip After Positive Week

November 28, 2022

U.S. stock futures were trading lower during Sunday’s evening trade, after major benchmark indices finished the holiday shortened week higher as investors proved optimistic amid potentially smaller interest rate hikes from Federal Reserve policymakers. By 6:36pm ET (11:36pm GMT) Dow Jones Futures were down 0.2%, S&P 500 Futures fell 0.3% and Nasdaq 100 Futures were […]

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Financial Goals

How to Set Financial Goals for Your Future

November 25, 2022

Setting short-term financial goals, as well as midterm and long-term, is an important step toward becoming financially secure. If you aren’t working toward anything specific, you’re likely to spend more than you should. You’ll then come up short when you need money for unexpected bills, not to mention when you want to retire. You might […]

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Dollar down

Dollar Down as Fed Minutes, U.S. Data Weighs

November 24, 2022

The U.S. dollar fell across the board on Wednesday, after minutes from the Federal Reserve’s November meeting showed that most policymakers at the central bank agreed it would soon be appropriate to slow the pace of interest rate hikes. The readout of the Nov. 1-2 meeting, at which the Fed raised its key rate by […]

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GOLD STEADY

Gold steady, Copper Rises Amid Smaller Rate Hike Expectations

November 23, 2022

Gold prices steadied on Wednesday, while copper extended strong gains as risk-driven assets rallied on expectations that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates at a slower pace in the near-term, which also trimmed dollar gains. A growing number of Fed officials said in recent weeks that the central bank is likely to raise interest […]

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Oil Rises

Oil Rises on Saudi Supply Signals, But Demand Fears Cap Gains

November 22, 2022

Oil prices rose on Tuesday following commitments to tightening supply from Saudi Arabia and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), although concerns over slowing demand in China and a potential U.S. recession kept gains muted. Crude markets reversed sharp losses in a volatile session on Monday after Saudi Arabia, the leader of the OPEC […]

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dubai expo

How The 2022 Dubai Expo Will Enhance Opportunities

November 19, 2022

Expo 2022 Is A Hub of Experiences That Offers Something to Excite Everyone. Whether You Want to Unleash Your Inner Technologist, Step into The World of Diverse Tastes, Fuel Your Creativity, Or Seek Business Opportunities, Dubai Expo Is the Best Answer for All. It Is a Unique World of Novel Experiences Offering Over 60 Daily […]

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Taiwan export

Taiwan October Export orders Likely contracted Again, But at Slower Pace- Reuters Poll

November 18, 2022

Taiwan’s export orders likely contracted again in October as global demand for technology cools though at a slower rate than the previous month, a Reuters poll showed on Friday The median forecast from a poll of 13 economists was for export orders to fall 1% from a year earlier. Forecasts ranged from an expansion of […]

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