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  1. #101
    its all BS. . EU GU will go down really soon. .

    so BS. .

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  3. #103
    Consistent with the Committee's Choice to leave the
    Target range for the federal funds rate unchanged, the
    Board of Governors voted unanimously to leave the interest
    Rates on excess and required reserve accounts receivable
    At 11/4 percent and voted unanimously to approve
    Establishment of the primary credit rate (discount
    Rate) in the present level of 13/4 percent.4
    It was agreed that the next meeting of this Committee
    Will be held on Tuesday--Wednesday, September
    19--20, 2017. The meeting adjourned at 10:00 a.m. on
    July 26, 2017.

  4. #104
    just how will down very soon???
    I presume will fly next hour.

  5. #105
    Men let wait for a pull back if you missed the upward journey ....

  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by Mary.Lawson ;
    quote Haha same here dude
    Market makers have tiny robots.

  7. #107
    Quote Originally Posted by Isaelemar ;
    quote The info is released ahead of news corps and other privileged corporations and there is virtually no regulation in Forex marketplace. Not overly cynical I hope :--RRB-
    Can't agree more. . :-)

  8. #108
    Hawkish. They are thinking decreasing balance sheet aka selling aka raising interest rate that tends up to push up USD vs other currencies. They do it but they are tightening the supply rather than to overshoot the inflationary target.

  9. #109
    I think they won't market T-bills, I think they re-deploy or will simply not re-invest the funds as they mature. Not all invoices all at once because that would choke bandwidth off. We might see the coupon on authorities securities rise.

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