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    That he Committee unanimously voted to amend its Rules Regarding Availability of Information (Rules) so as to abide by the FOIA Improvement Act of 2016 and also to earn lots of additional technical modifications.5 The amended Rules will be printed in the Federal Register as an interim final rule, which will become effective immediately on publication. The Committee expected finalization of these Rules following any appropriate modifications were integrated according to comments received by the general public throughout the 60-day comment period subsequent to the Federal Register notice.

    Secretary's note: The amended Rules were published in the Federal Register on December 27, 2016.

    Developments in Financial Markets and Open Market Operations
    The director of the System Open Market Account (SOMA) reported improvements in U.S. and international financial markets throughout the time because the Committee met on November 1-2, 2016. Nominal returns on longer-term U.S. Treasury securities climbed substantially over the period, reflecting both high actual yields and a rise in inflation damages. The worth of the dollar on foreign exchange markets climbed, U.S. equity indicators increased substantially, and credit spreads U.S. corporate bonds narrowed. Marketplace pricing and poll results suggested that market participants had begun to observe a higher likelihood of a rise of 25 basis points at the FOMC's target range for its federal funds rate in this assembly, which the route of the federal funds rate expected by market participants for forthcoming years'd steepened. Surveys of marketplace participants suggested revised expectations for government spending and taxation policy after the U.S. elections in early November were viewed as the main reasons, one of many things, for the boost in longer-term Treasury returns, the rise in equity valuations, along with the gain in the dollar.

    The supervisor reported on developments in currency markets and open

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    Vote was 10_0 ....

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    In general, semantics?

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    WTF, why would they need to write a book? Where do I go for some succinct reporting on this?

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    kurro_20...perhaps ...just maybe...that the Hemingways,Fitsgeralds and Steins are obtaining a company call from these men

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    I know about how Companies Knowingly make crap complicated, but damn

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    From the schedule for this meeting, it had been reported that advices of the election of these members and alternate members of the Federal Open Market Committee for a period starting January 31, 2017, was received and that those folks had implemented their oaths of office.

    The members and alternate members were as follows:

    William C. Dudley, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, together with Michael Strine, First Vice President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, as alternative

    Patrick Harker, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, together with Jeffrey M. Lacker, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, as alternative

    Charles L. Evans, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, together with Loretta J. Mester, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, as alternative

    Robert S. Kaplan, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, together with Marie Gooding, First Vice President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, as alternative

    Neel Kashkari, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, with John C. Williams, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, as alternative

    By unanimous vote, the following officials of this Committee were chosen to serve before the Choice of their successors at the first regularly scheduled meeting of the Committee at 2018:

    Janet L. YellenChairman
    William C. DudleyVice Chairman
    Brian F. MadiganSecretary
    Matthew M. LueckeDeputy Secretary
    David W. SkidmoreAssistant Secretary
    Michelle A. SmithAssistant Secretary
    Scott G. AlvarezGeneral Counsel
    Michael HeldDeputy General Counsel
    Richard M. AshtonAssistant General Counsel
    Steven B. KaminEconomist
    Thomas LaubachEconomist
    David W. WilcoxEconomist
    James A. Clouse
    Thomas A. Connors
    Michael Dotsey
    Eric M. Engen
    Evan F. Koenig
    Jonathan P. McCarthy
    Daniel G. Sullivan
    William Wascher
    Beth Anne WilsonAssociate Economists

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    What's going to be its effects on dollar index?

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    Sooooo??

    My FEDmeter shows 1.0425 next E/U

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    Gold upward!!! Double your account.

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    DON'T TALK... Enjoy... fart tttt

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    Voting for this action: Janet L. Yellen, William C. Dudley, Lael Brainard, Charles L. Evans, Stanley Fischer, Patrick Harker, Robert S. Kaplan, Neel Kashkari, Jerome H. Powell, and Daniel K. Tarullo.

    Voting against this action: None.

    Consistent with the Committee's choice to leave the target range for its federal funds rate unchanged, the Board of Governors voted unanimously to leave the interest rates on required and excess reserve accounts receivable at 0.75 percentage and voted unanimously to accept establishment of the principal charge rate (discount rate) in the current level of 1.25 percentage.6

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    Consistent with the Committee's decision to leave the target range for the federal funds rate unchanged, the Board of Governors voted unanimously to leave the interest rates on required and excess reserve accounts receivable at 0.75 percentage and voted unanimously to accept establishment of the principal charge rate (discount rate) in the present level of 1.25 percentage.6
    THIS LOVE STRY WILL BE REPEATED EVERY MONTH THRU OUT 2018.

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    Market usd cooooyyyy. .
    news? bitch please. . You attention, I do not care. . trolololololol

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenyta9
    market usd cooooyyyy. . News? Bitch please. . You care, I do not care. . Trolololololol
    s u r e ! ! L e t s e l l u s o l l a #128514;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisili
    Sooooo?? My FEDmeter reveals 1.0425 second E/U
    Next EUR/USD 1.08100

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    As always the 'fat fishes' made their movement before the launch of news and in the launch of news that you see insanity... all the 'small fish' scrambling attempting to do some thing but not understanding exactly what and where to proceed from here becouse they do not have their trading strategy... It is never good to attempt and catch a train once it left the station...

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    Extended eur long...

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    it's not until march 15th...lots can happen either way by then

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    1 Attachment(s) Fine, Following news from France and Today

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