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  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by Crisili
    quote  Yes you have a point... Is this chart agreeable?  Now believing it may spike greater...but 0800 overly unlikely... image
    Yes ...Possibly unlikely but a fracture for 1.0610 very bullish signal .

  3. #83
    hawkish or dovish?

  4. #84
    Selection of Committee Officer
    By unanimous vote, the Committee chose Mark E. Van Der Weide to function as general counsel, effective at the time he becomes the Board of Governors' general counsel, before the selection of his successor at the first regularly scheduled meeting of the Committee at 2018.

    Developments in Financial Markets and Open Market Operations
    The director of the System Open Market Account (SOMA) reported on improvements in foreign and domestic financial markets within the period as the June FOMC meeting. The interval was comparatively uneventful. Bond yields in advanced economies increased in part representing evolving market senses of prospects for foreign monetary policies. U.S. bond yields climbed to a lesser degree, and the value of the dollar on foreign exchange markets decreased. Implied volatility in markets stayed low. Equity prices rose further, with advances in indexes such as emerging markets.

    The rise in the FOMC's target range for its federal funds rate at the June meeting was reflected in money market rates of interest, and the federal funds rate that was effective was close to the center of the target range over the interval except for quarter-end. Take-up at the System reverse repurchase agreement centre averaged roughly $200 billion. Conditions in exchange swap markets were stable, and need at central bank turnover stocks was comparatively low. The supervisor reported on tests of open market operations, which are conducted to market readiness.

    Market expectations for the funds rate's course were changed. Survey evidence suggested that many market participants now anticipated that the FOMC would declare at its September meeting a date for execution of an alteration in reinvestment policy, even though a couple of survey respondents expressed the view that the timing might be affected by improvements concerning the national debt ceiling. The survey results also suggested that, while views were somewhat dispersed, respondents expected effects on bond yields and spreads against the change in reinvestment coverage to be small on securities. [alloy:url:0]https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-16/fed-sees-balance-sheet-move-soon-as-inflation-debate-heats-up[/alloy:url:0][alloy:title:0]Fed Sees Balance-Sheet Move Shortly as Inflation Debate Heats Up[/alloy:title:0][alloy:message:0]Federal Reserve officials participated in a detailed debate about inflation while keeping the door open for a September announcement on the time of balance-sheet reductions, according to minutes from their coverage assembly in July.The minutes revealed a vast majority of Federal Open Market Committee participants sticking with a forecast that inflation would gradually grow for their 2 percent target over the medium term. However, ”several” saw some ”chances that inflation could stay under two percent for longer than they currently expected,” according to minutes from the July 25-26 Federal Open Market Committee meeting released in Washington on Wednesday.

    ”Several indicated that the risks to the inflation outlook might be tilted to the downside,” the minutes said.There was also a set of ”some other” participants who cautioned that simple financial conditions and tight labor markets could result in an ”overshooting” of the inflation goal that could be costly to reverse. They ”cautioned” against ”a delay in gradually removing policy accommodation.”

    The minutes did not specify when the Fed would begin decreasing its balance sheet this year.

    ”Although several participants were prepared to announce a starting date for the program at the present assembly, many chosen to defer that decision before an upcoming meeting,” the minutes said. The Fed next meets on Sept. 19-20. [/alloy:concept:0][alloy that is:dateline:0]1502906651[/alloy:dateline:0]

  5. #85
    What was the consequence of FOMC
    good/bad for USD?

  6. #86
    Why usd down again?

  7. #87
    Super dovish to get dolllar

  8. #88
    Quote Originally Posted by choflas94 ;
    So usd?
    Someone on the discussion stated hawkish and u follow that like blind idiot?

  9. #89
    You should go to the casino and have some fun, should you ask questions like the above.

  10. #90
    Dovish

    Read the minutes

  11. #91
    My question I guess would be considered dumb but how the hell will the market respond before even having a chance to friggin read the record lol . I suppose thats the pre marketplace bias

  12. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by Maryje ;
    quote Someone on the discussion stated hawkish and u follow that like blind idiot?
    Idiot it was sarcasm to this individual who stated hawk

  13. #93
    Quote Originally Posted by Soblec ;
    my question I guess would be considered dumb but how the hell does the market respond so quickly before even having a opportunity to friggin read the report lol . I suppose thats the pre market prejudice
    lots of it's algos...

  14. #94
    Quote Originally Posted by Soblec ;
    my question I guess would be considered stupid but how the hell does the market respond so quickly before even having a opportunity to friggin read the record lol . I guess thats the pre marketplace bias
    Haha same here dude

  15. #95
    Quote Originally Posted by Soblec ;
    my question I guess could be considered stupid but how the hell does the market respond so quickly before even having a chance to friggin read the report lol . I figure thats the pre marketplace bias
    there are a few chances.
    A) a bot read the discharge (would take about 0.5 seconds I figure) and reacted accordingly.
    B) a closed session of journos etc read the moments and Don't Have Any access to IT before the doors have been opened at 2pm ET
    c) both of the aforementioned

  16. #96
    The markets are driven by Yellen such as she drives her car. Half stressed and blind, resulting in a wake of destruction in her path.

  17. #97
    Make some sense. And I guess that the sheep will accompany

  18. #98
    Quote Originally Posted by minerillo ;
    ??
    Read the minutes as pixpi Said...

  19. #99
    Quote Originally Posted by Soblec ;
    my query I guess could be considered stupid but how the hell will the market react before having a chance to friggin read the record lol . I guess thats the pre marketplace prejudice
    The info is released to information corps and other corporations in advance and there is virtually no regulation in Forex marketplace.
    Not too cynical I expect :-)

  20. #100
    ... in these cases just play the secondary option, play the EUR discriminated against GBP ... and short it on the top . . For both the FOMC statement has usually the same worth

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