Federal Reserve / January

Federal Reserve officials head toward their January meeting with only tentative conviction that inflation will finish the year below 3%

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Federal Reserve / January

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After that sack Brady texted the devil like “thought we made a deal.” Devil was like “I got you”

On Jan. 21, the St. Louis Fed Economic News Index, our #realGDP  “nowcast,” was forecasting growth in 2021:Q4 of 3.8% at an annual rate. For more on how the index is constructed, see FRED:

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#EURJPY SSI is at -2.1 Risk Warning: Losses can exceed deposits. Disclaimer: Past performance is not indicative of future results.

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Shipping rates from China up another 1.9% last week. Takes the increase over the last 1.5 years to 311% #inflation  #SupplyChain  🚢🚢🚢🚀🚀🚀

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Direct listings are growing in popularity this year. One reason this is the case? Potential savings on time and money. Learn more:

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Sharp Omicron new case descents in Australia and Ireland 👍 @OurWorldInData 

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U.S. OFFICIAL SAYS RUSSIA COULD DECIDE TO INVADE AT ANY TIME

Quiet reopen for US equity futures after last week's stock rout where the S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted their worst week since start of the pandemic, while participants look ahead to the upcoming FOMC

Services Sentiment in Australia decreased to 45 points in January from 55.10 points in December of 2021.

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