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Credit Suisse Global Chief Investment Officer Michael Strobaek said investors should see February's market jitters as a wake-up call that some risks still exist in an otherwise strong economy.
Bill Gross says he is amazed bonds didn't react more significantly to the latest Fed rate hike path.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell doesn't see any serious risks to the financial system.
"A number of participants in the [Federal Open Market Committee] did bring up the issue of tariffs," Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said at a news conference.
But the U.S. central bank raised its 2019 projection, saying it sees the benchmark rate at 2.9 percent.
This is a comparison of Wednesday's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policymaking meeting on January 31.
The Federal Reserve just raised interest rates for the sixth time since December 2015. How that will affect consumers.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will give his first press conference Wednesday after taking the top position at the central bank in February.
The quarter-point rate hike announced by the Fed was expected. The FOMC's March meeting was Jay Powell's first as chair.
As Fed Chairman Jerome Powell gets set to deliver his first news conference Wednesday, he has a good example of what not to do from the fairly recent past.
Credit Suisse global chief investment officer Michael Strobaek said the bank has bought stocks and "feel very well about it." "We don't see the end of this bull market as yet."
Fed officials are expected to raise interest rates Wednesday, but it's not clear they will do much to resolve the debate in markets about how many more hikes are coming this year or next.
The dollar rose broadly on Tuesday, hitting a one-week high against the yen, as investors awaited clues from the Federal Reserve on its outlook for the U.S. economy.
Carrying a balance on your credit card is about to get more costly.
Protectionism worries in the CNBC Fed Survey far outpace concerns over inflation, terrorism and even the Fed itself.
The S&P is now seen ending the year at 2,839, about 5 percent higher than the current level, but down from the January forecast of 2,937.
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