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Sizzling Summer Fed FAQ

Find out: What the schedule of events are for the Fed this week; whether the Fed will raise rates at this meeting; whether the Fed is tapering Quantitative Easing (QE) or is tightening the Monetary Policy; whether the Fed will act to calm financial markets; when the Fed will stop QE; whether Congress can make the Fed stop QE; and more.

The Butterfly Effect

The “butterfly effect” is a term from a pioneer of chaos theory, Edward Lorenz; his 1972 presentation Predictability: Does the Flap of a Butterfly’s Wings in Brazil Set Off a Tornado in Texas? describes the idea that a tiny event can start a chain reaction and have large and wide-reaching effects. We know the big changes and events the markets face in the second half of 2013: the potential end of the Federal Reserve’s (Fed) bond-buying program, the need for Congress to...

Unseasonable Weather Weighs on the Economy

At the start of 2013, most market participants expected the economy to struggle under the weight of the fiscal cliff, and later, the sequestration imposed on the federal budget by Congress. Instead, it appears that a colderthan-normal winter and a cooler-than-usual spring is having a more pronounced impact on the economy...

Real and Sustainable

The U.S. Department of Labor’s monthly employment report always generates plenty of attention from the media, Main Street, and the markets - and this week will be no exception. The May 2013 report scheduled for release on Friday, June 7, is expected to show that the economy added a net new 165,000 jobs in May 2013, (the same number of net new jobs created in April 2013) and that the nation’s unemployment rate held steady at 7.5% in May 2013...

Love-Hate Relationship Between Bond Yields and Stock Prices

Stock prices and bond yields have historically had a love-hate relationship that would make the romantic ups and downs of any soap opera seem mild by comparison. But, currently, the relationship between them remains tight and far from crossing the line that would lead to a breakup. With the 10-year Treasury yield rising a half of a percentage point last month, investors are beginning to wonder when rising interest rates may start to negatively affect stock prices...

 
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