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What Wall Street Thinks Of The January Fed Minutes

And so, an announcement in March is the base case.

And so, an announcement in March is the base case.
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5 comments on “What Wall Street Thinks Of The January Fed Minutes

  1. All this certainly boosted my confidence in the Fed, albeit it was very low to start with…The tough part is timing the inevitable and that has been the case this last three years…Thanks H……..I do think geopolitics dictates the final chapters…

  2. Where are the risk assets now? I’m getting bored with this market….

  3. I love that all the banks are giving their respective analysis of when run off terminates and whether rates are going to end 2019 higher as if discernible from fed minutes. Obviously Powell is just risk asset market dependent and isn’t even interested in hiding it. “Ham handed” sums it up well.

  4. Buy those schmucks a steak dinner, they do what you tell ’em. I have fedboys in my backpocket. You can too if you just start thinking more like me.

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