Special Event with Janet Yellen
Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
583 watching now
Oxy is good for "pain in the knees"
here's a script for 100.
practice the Dip and come back next week.
dc CB 01:29:42 GMT - 01/20/2017
"the course of monetary policy over the next few years will depend on many different factors, of which fiscal policy is just one."
PS: Fly-on-the-Wall fantasy --- Yellen's first meeting in the Oval.
slap a mini GoPro cam in there and the stock would to thru the roof...almost back to its post IPO hi - $90
dc CB 01:21:39 GMT - 01/20/2017
Yellen - "the pace of labor market improvement has slowed appreciably in the past couple of years"
first try...knees hurt...OOOOOOOObama
dc CB 01:18:18 GMT - 01/20/2017
"Barring major swings in value of the dollar, inflation is likely to move up to 2 percent over the next couple of years" - Yellen
Yellen's last nite out, after this she'll be busy learning ... the dip... oh my aching bones.
GVI Trading01:12:27 GMT - 01/20/2017
00:00 (US) Fed Chair Yellen: sees inflation to rise to 2% over next couple of years; monetary policy stance remains modestly accommodative
- Prudent to adjust stance of monetary policy gradually
- Risky to allow US economy persistently hot
- Labor utilization close to estimated long-run level
- Expects further strengthening of labor market in upcoming months
- Unlikely to see surge in inflation from overheating job market
- Expects downward pressure of Fed balance sheet on rates to decline
- Policy may affect outlook and rate path but remains uncertain Related ( USFED )
- Source TradeTheNews.com
fwiw odds on one Fed rate hike by mid-year up to 102% today from 92% yesterday. The direction of change is more important than the magnitude inho.
GVI Trading john bland 21:21:23 GMT - 01/18/2017
Yellen sounding surprisingly defensive...
GVI Trading john bland 21:17:47 GMT - 01/18/2017
-- Fed non-partisan. Structure prevents political influence
-- dramatic rate hikes not necessary for neutrality
-- promises to make objective decisions even with imperfect data
-- Fed pays attention to USD in forecasts
-- drag from net exports likely to continue
-- interest rate movements could impact stock prices
-- Banking concentration since crisis adverse development
-- Stronger USD poses headwinds for Canada
-- Updated forecast more conditional than usual
-- Rate cut an option should downside risks prevail
-- End of commodity sector slump source of optimism
cable approaching res at 12285 is taken 12355. sup 12235
GVI Trading john bland 11:51:58 GMT - 01/17/2017
-- Wants UK to be an outward looking country
-- In UK interests for EU to succeed
-- UK does not want to be half in and half out of the EU
-- Final deal will be voted on by Parliament
-- Will protect the rights of foreign workers in Britain
-- Want no role of European Court of Justice in Britain
-- No part in the EU budget, except for special programmes
-- Want new EU agreements in place by end of 2-yr article 50 period
-- No deal with the EU is better than a bad deal
london red 11:21:44 GMT - 01/17/2017
much has been leaked, it will almost certainly be better to travel than arrive-dips will be bought. this on back on overall usd weakness lrgly in part to trump comments overnight. yen has sup by 112 where expected to bounce. there will be stops below there and likely a fast mkt if beaten, but that would then suggest we reach a low by 110.
euro fib at 10707 coming up. nxt res by 10787/108/10820/10850. sup by 10635/85.
cable res 12207/22/35/85. sup 12120/12085/12035
GVI Trading11:16:59 GMT - 01/17/2017
06:15 (UK) Reminder: PM May to give Brexit speech; expected to begin at 06:45 ET (11:45 GMT)
- PM May to announce a 12-point plan for Brexit
- To state that leaving EU's single market and customs union was among the 12 negotiating priorities
- Britain would not seek deal that leaves it "half-in, half-out" of EU
- Source TradeTheNews.com
GVI Trading john bland 10:04:43 GMT - 01/17/2017
ZEW Improves, but mixed vs. expectations.
GVI Trading john bland 10:02:02 GMT - 01/17/2017
German ZEW Survey January 2017
Current Situation: +77.3 vs. +65.0 exp. vs. +63.5 prev.
Economic Expectations: +16.6 vs. +18.08 exp. vs. +13.8 prev.
Mon 27 May 2019 AAGB/US- Holiday Tue 28 May 2019 A 14:00 US- Consumer Confidence C 13:00 US- Case-Shiller Wed 29 May 2019 A 08:55 DE- Employment AA 18:00 US- BOC Decision A 18:30 US- EIA Crude Thu 30 Mar 2019 AAEZ/CH- Holiday A 12:30 US- Weekly Jobless Fri 31 Mar 2019 AA 10:00 EZ- Flash HICP A 12:30 US- Personal Income, Spending, Deflator AA 14:00 US- Final Univ of Michigan
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