The U.S. dollar just kept on falling after the central bank raised interest rates last week. The reason: The Fed was not hawkish enough. The U.S. 10-year note yield also fell from 2.5% to 2.41%. The health-care bill vote was cancelled. Although the dollar jumped on the news, the bill’s failure raised questions about how… Continue reading Where Will the US Dollar Go from Here?
The rate decision itself The current market expectation is that the FED will hike the interest rate by 0.25%. If it does not meet the market expectation, the dollar may tank, while the US stock market may rise. On the contrary, if the Fed hikes more than the expectation, the dollar should soar while the… Continue reading How Does the FED’s Interest Rate Decision Typically Affect the Stock Market and the Dollar?
Did you buy the British Pound at its lowest level or at around 1.20? This can be great news to you according to the Morgan Stanley Bank. Morgan Stanley said the British Pound’s continued weakness against the euro and against the dollar due to the Brexit might change, and the situation might change this year.… Continue reading Did You Buy the British Pound at 1.20?
Fewer regulations, tax cuts and an increase in infrastructure spending are the promises from the current U.S. administration, which have fueled the stock market rally. The current market may have been high, but the global economy is improving. This bullish environment can still provide the power and fuel the stock market needs to continue its… Continue reading Are You Happy and Scared at the Same Time Because the Stock Markets Have Reached New Highs?
Recent news headlines have repeatedly indicated that the uncertainties in the global political and economic policies are unprecedented. The uncertainties in the global investment markets have increased; however, the global stock market volatility has declined. Many markets have reached new highs. The situation is very unusual. One of the problems is the commonly used market… Continue reading Are You Prepared in case the Current Market Loses Its Steam?
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has a record high for 12 consecutive trading days, but Warren Buffett still believes that US stocks have not yet seen a bubble. He even bought more of the Apple stock this year. Buffett in an interview with “Squawk Box” mentioned that if the interest rate is 7-8%, then the… Continue reading Buffett Shared the Best Strategy To Invest In The Stock Market