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The U.S. Federal Reserve decided on Wednesday to hold interest rates steady and indicated that no more hikes will be coming this year.
Rather than take assurance that the Fed would come to the rescue again, market participants instead are beginning to wonder if that's still possible.
Moore, 59, current is a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation and has been a Trump supporter since the 2016 election.
The fall in long-term debt yields sparked an inversion of the Treasury curve, a recession indicator for traders.
The Fed on Wednesday kept interest rates steady and slashed all projections of a rate hike this year. Still, S&P Global Ratings said the central bank is "not yet done" with rate hikes, predicting another will come this year or early next year.
Alex Dryden, JP Morgan Asset Management's global market strategist, joins "Squawk on the Street" to examine some of the biggest movers in the markets.
"It's not easy to start. You make your rookie mistakes, you come back. He's a great guy," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Michael Wilson, chief equity strategist and chief investment officer of Morgan Stanley Institutional Securities and Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss how the Fed's dovish policy announcement might affect the markets.
Marilyn Watson, head of global fundamental fixed income strategy at BlackRock, discusses the Bank of England's decision to hold interest rates steady.
Erik Knutzen, multi-asset CIO at Neuberger Berman, and Jay Berry, managing director of interest rate strategy at J.P. Morgan, sit down with "Squawk Box" to discuss the Fed's announcement that it will take a dovish policy approach.
Ryan Detrick, senior market strategist at LPL Financial, and Matt Toms, chief investment officer of fixed income at Voya Investment Management, join "Squawk Box" to discuss how central banks around the world are affecting markets.
The Bank of England (BOE) held interest rates steady on Thursday, amid intensifying uncertainty over Britain's departure date from the European Union.
Norway's central bank raised its main interest rate on Thursday as expected.
J.P. Morgan says there's still room for a global run-up in equities — but "the most important thing" is whether the world economy responds to efforts to spur its growth.
The 10-year Treasury yield returned to its lowest level since January 2018 after the Fed hinted it won't need to hike rates again this year.
Andre de Silva of HSBC says the next move for central banks in the Philippines and Indonesia will be "down, not up."