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U.S. bond prices fell after President Trump decided to remove chief strategist Steve Bannon.
The debt ceiling could play a role in the Fed's decision when to unwind their large bond portfolio.
Robert Kaplan said he would need to see evidence that prices will rise in the medium term to support another interest-rate hike.
European Central Bank policymakers worried about a possible overshoot in the euro when they met on July 20, minutes of the meeting showed on Thursday.
The investment bank believes inflation will rise and the Fed will then raise rates.
U.S. Treasury prices rose as investors grew concerned over fallout from political discord in Washington.
Marika Dysenchuk, fixed income client portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management, speaks about how monetary policy is impacting the U.S. dollar.
Marika Dysenchuk, fixed income client portfolio manager at JPMorgan Asset Management, and Roelof Salomons, chief strategist at Kempen Capital Management, discuss the Fed.
However, the Fed continues to face a dilemma over low inflation despite the strong labor market, says Tuan Huynh of Deutsche Bank Wealth Management.
At their meeting in July, central bank officials discussed whether the rise in equity prices was posing broader financial dangers.
A fissure appears to be developing at the Federal Reserve over when to raise interest rates.
The Great Recession "scarred people so significantly that they are reluctant to trust in long-term investments," Raphael Bostic tells CNBC.
U.S. government debt yields slipped on Wednesday as investors pored over the latest minutes released by the FOMC.
Britain's unemployment labor market bucked tepid economic growth in the second quarter as the unemployment rate unexpectedly fell to its lowest since 1975.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will not deliver a new policy message at the Fed's Jackson Hole conference, two sources said.
Jeffrey Sacks, EMEA investment strategist at Citi Private Bank, discusses his view of the European Central Bank's monetary policy.
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