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How Could Powell's Hawkishness Impact Markets?

How Could Powell's Hawkishness Impact Markets?

How are US benchmarks, the dollar, and gold expected to perform after the Federal Reserve indicated it will pare stimulus down more quickly than initially intended, opening the door to higher interest rates?

How Is The Omicron Strain Expected To Impact Markets?

How Is The Omicron Strain Expected To Impact Markets?

U.S. equity contracts and European shares are on the rise with oil, rebounding from Friday’s steep decline due to fears of a new virus variant. There are reports that this strain’s symptoms are relatively mild, but the WHO warns of “severe consequences.”

How Does Powell's Reappointment Affect Markets?

How Does Powell's Reappointment Affect Markets?

Most American stocks peaked out after Jerome Powell received a second term as the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, on Monday. The dollar rallied, and gold dropped. Investors now wait for Fed minutes and critical economic data. Will they resume their trend afterwards, or has it run its course?

G.E. Splits Into 3 Companies

G.E. Splits Into 3 Companies

GE will split its conglomerate into three separate aviation, healthcare, and energy companies. The company hopes that each of its smaller branches will be able to provide more growth.


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