The Fed Interest Rate Decision, Stock/Bond Portfolios, ECB’s Determination To Reach Price Stability

Inflation Breakevens Rose After Chair Jerome Powell’s Speech

On Wednesday the Fed is due to make their interest rate decision. A US portfolio that is split 60/40 between stocks and bonds is headed for its worst year since 1937. ECB is determined to deliver price stability through rising interest rates.

 

In this article:

  • The Fed’s Interest rate hike tomorrow.
  • US Stock/Bond portfolio down.
  • The ECB is determined to fight inflation through rising interest rates.

The Fed due to make their interest rate decision on Wednesday

The SwissQuote tweeted about the expectations the market has ahead of the Fed’s interest rate hike decision on Wednesday.



On Wednesday the Fed is due to make their interest rate decision, this interest rate decision came in the wake of the US CPI inflation results which were released during last weeks trading week.

US Stock/Bond portfolio is suffering

According to Charlie Bilello a US Stock/Bond portfolio is likely to experience its worse financial performance in 86 years.

 

A US portfolio that is split 60/40 between stocks and bonds is headed for its worst year since 1937.

European central bank (ecb) determined to fight inflation

The president of the ECB Christine Lagarde makes it clear that the ECB is determined to fight inflation through rising interest rates.

 

The ECB is determined to deliver price stability through rising interest rates. The ECB is willing to settle the rate of inflation at its target. 

 

Sources: twitter.com



Inflation Breakevens Rose After Chair Jerome Powell’s Speech

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