Here’s Why The Fed Is So Dovish

Filed in Articles about the Markets by on August 8, 2016 • views: 381
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Why the Fed is so dovish. Real GDP or economic growth has been slowing.

When the Fed held off hiking rates in July, equity markets surged. However, the credibility of the Fed eroded, due to their verbal chatter signaling a desire for higher rates leading up to their meeting, only to be followed by no action.

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Why The Fed Is So Dovish.

 

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