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  • Speakers: International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde, Bank of Finland Governor Erkki Liikanen, Sveriges Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves, Bank of Finland Governor Erkki Liikanen and Norges Bank Governor Oystein Olsen. OSLO- European Central Bank board member Peter Praet speaks at the panel discussion on "Lessons from the financial...

  • Speakers: International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde, Bank of Finland Governor Erkki Liikanen, Sveriges Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves, Bank of Finland Governor Erkki Liikanen and Norges Bank Governor Oystein Olsen. OSLO- European Central Bank board member Peter Praet speaks at the panel discussion on "Lessons from the financial...

  • James Grant, founder and editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer.

    Jim Grant explains what he believes to be the Fed's next move, in light of its decision not to raise interest rates.

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    U.S. Global Investors' Frank Holmes explains that gold prices rise when countries have negative rates because it is the ultimate global currency.

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    Former Fed Governor Robert Heller argues that there's no reason why the Fed policymakers should be concerned with the Brexit.

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    Lindsey Piegza of Stifel Fixed Income says Janet Yellen's statement appears to be back-peddling on any potential near-term Fed rate hikes.

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    The Fed dialed back forecasts for how fast it will raise rates. So now anything to do with inflation becomes more important to markets.

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    ‎AllianceBernstein's Vadim Zlotnikov says the Fed's projection that inflation rates will stay under 2 percent is disappointing.

  • *Fed still sees two rate increases in 2016. WASHINGTON, June 15- The U.S. Fed Chair Janet Yellen acknowledged the need to see clear signs of economic strength before lifting rates.

  • NEW YORK, June 15- Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive officer at DoubleLine Capital, said on Wednesday that Federal Reserve officials are no longer trying to prepare the markets for rate hikes because they are no longer certain they are going to raise them. "What I think is that the Fed doesn't believe their own' dot plot' anymore," said Gundlach, who oversees $100...

  • June 15- As it must, the Federal Reserve is whistling in the dark, maintaining a brave front over its willingness, some day, to raise interest rates while events and markets both move against it. The risk is that even as the U.S. central bank dovishly capitulates towards market expectations, confidence about how it will react diminishes as gaps between its forecasts...

  • Richard Fisher

    Richard Fisher explains why he would look to get a couple of increases in rates this year if he was still on the Fed.

  • NEW YORK, June 15- The U.S. dollar fell along with bond yields on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve left U.S. interest rates unchanged and hinted at a less aggressive outlook for rates. Worries that Britain, the world's fifth-largest economy, could quit the European Union after a June 23 referendum added to the day's volatility. Fed Chair Janet Yellen said at a...

  • NEW YORK, June 15- Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive officer at DoubleLine Capital, said on Wednesday that Federal Reserve officials are no longer trying to prepare the markets for rate hikes because they are no longer certain they are going to raise them. "What I think is that the Fed doesn't believe their own' dot plot' anymore," said Gundlach, who oversees $100...

  • WASHINGTON, June 15- Evidence that the U.S. neutral rate of interest remains stalled near zero spurred the Federal Reserve to slow its expected pace of rate hikes on Wednesday, as policymakers signaled their hands may be tied until a rebound in global demand or other forces raise that key measure of the economy's underlying strength. In a news conference...

  • June 15- Wall Street fell for a fifth straight session on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged and investors stewed over an impending vote in Britain on whether to leave the European Union. Investors have become more nervous ahead of a vote in Britain next week on whether to leave the EU, with recent opinion polls indicating growing...

  • Campaigners join Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party, in their support for the 'Leave' campaign for the upcoming EU Referendum aboard a boat on the River Thames on June 15, 2016 in London, England.

    Fed Chair Janet Yellen said Brexit concerns were a factor in the central bank's latest monetary policy decision.

  • *U.S. central bank still sees two rate increases in 2016, though less firm. WASHINGTON, June 15- The Federal Reserve kept U.S. interest rates unchanged on Wednesday and signaled it still planned two hikes this year, although a slowing economic growth path for 2016 and 2017 prompted a downgrade in where the U.S. central bank thought rates would peak.

  • A casting mold filled with molten gold sits above a melting vat during the manufacture of gold ingots at the Suzdal gold mine, operated by Nordgold NV, in Semey, Kazakhstan.

    Gold rose Wednesday as the Federal Reserve announced it would leave interest rates unchanged at its June meeting.

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    The CME Group FedWatch probability for a July rate hike dropped after the Federal Reserve lowered its forecast for the funds rate.