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399) Stocks, dollar slip over Greece default jitters
398) U.S. economy gathering steam, rate hikes ahead
397) Wall Street Journal ed: Get Serious and Raise the Rates
396) US Treasuries sell-off on rate hike forecasts
395) FOREX-Dollar near 1-week high, rate hike view back in focus
394) Fed Governor Jerome Powell U.S. economy ready for rate hike in Sep & Dec 2015
393)
Asian currencies weaken as Fed revives US rate hike
392) Confidence Fed Rate Coming In September
391) The U.S. Needs to Recognize China’s Currency Aspirations in
390) Fed’s Powell says two rate hikes possible this year

389) Fed’s Powell: Conditions for rate hike could be met in September
388) Federal Reserve Announcement Contains Few Surprises for I
387) Second Fed Hawk Soils Stock Rally Durability
386) Fed forecasts could provide clues on first rate hike
385) Will the Federal Reserve tip its hand on rate hikes?
384) Fed doves expected to fly even with rate hike coming
383) Fed eyes mixed bag of data as new rate ‘regime’ nears
382) Fed will be very careful about hiking rates – but it’s about time
381) Fed Decision Day Guide: Interest-Rate Projections, Gradual Pace
380) This is when Wall Street thinks Fed will hike rates
379) Fed wants 2 rate hikes, but may back down: Expert
378) Yellen’s message this week? Rate hikes are coming

377) FOMC Members to Make Case for 2015 Rate Hikes
376) Goldman Forecasting Two Rate Hikes In 2015
375) US: Fed interest rate forecast – Nomura
374) C Preview: Yellen might firm the September Fed rate

373) Fed to hike rates in September, December: HSBC
372) FOMC Preview: No Rate Hike in June, But Probably Soon
371) Emphasis Turns To Rate Hikes
370) Consider Overseas Stock Exposure as the Rate Hike Looms
369) Most Fed officials feel the U.S. economy will be ready for rate hikes sometime this year.
368) Analyzing How a Rate Hike Might Affect Your Investments

367) Fed rate hike pairs trade from BNP Paribas
366) Retail sales may give Fed comfort to move toward rate hikes
365) First Take: Job machine ramps up, Fed hike back on docket
364) What Stocks Really Do When the Fed Hikes Rates
363) S&P sector performance predicts 2015 Fed rate hike
362) Strong jobs report says rate hikes are coming
361) Fed likely to hike in September
360) No, a Fed rate hike does not mark the end of the party
359) Fed doves’ ranks may be growing, possibly pushing hike into 2
358) Housing Market Seen Withstanding Fed’s Interest Rate Hikes
357) Marc Faber: Fed More Likely to Launch QE4 Instead of Hike Rates
356) More from Goldman Sachs’ Chief Economist call for September Fed  

355) More caution on rate hikes from Fed
354) Will a rise in US interest rates cause investments to tumble?
353) Fed Hikes Probably Not Fully Priced In ASEAN Currencies: UBS
352)  Emerging currencies set to drop further when Fed hikes: Reuter

351) Too Much Attention Placed On US Interest Rate Hike, Fischer 

350) US stocks open lower amid ratehike worries
349) Bernanke Sees No Risk To Global Markets From Fed Rate Hike
348) Star managers battered by rocky ride in yields, currencies
347) Yellen: 1st rate hike likely by year end
346) Hong Kong seen hardest hit by US rate hikes

345) What Moves Stocks? It’s Still Fears of a Rate Hike
344) Fed’s Williams says US rate rise likely this year

343) China and IMF stories
342) Dollar taps a 12-year high against yen
341) RMB full coverage
340) RMB tops regional trading currencies

339) Chinese currency may set off asset upheaval
338) Fischer: First hike no big deal
337) Former Fed chief Ben Bernanke Chinese currency
336) History has proven that 100 percent of fiat currencies have failed 
335) Dollar drops to ¥120.73 in Tokyo trading

334) NZ dollar drops to 4-year low vs. British pound after upbeat ...
333) Dollar Drops After U.S. Existing Home Sales Data
332) US Dollar Drops Against Majors | Morningstar
331) Canadian Dollar – CNBC.com
330) Dollar drops to 4-year low vs. British pound after upbeat ...
329) US Dollar Index (DXY) – MarketWatch
328) Federal Reserve minutes lean toward rate hike, but not by ...

327) Fed downplays US weakness, leans against June rate hike
326) Yellen Faces Pressure From All Sides on Interest Rates
325) Yellen Haunted by Taper Tantrum as Fed Rate Rise Draws Clos

324) Economists Increasingly Disagree With The Market On Fed’s …
323) Fed contradictions on signaling rate hike? – CNBC.com
322) Weak China factories chill hopes for global bounce, U.S. lift needed 
321) EU wants framework for trade deal with U.S. by end-2015 – Merkel
320) JGBs edge down as investors await outcome of BOJ meeting
319) Citi no longer expects Bund yields to turn negative this year
318) Big banks plead guilty, fined $5.7B on rate rigging
317) The Fed will raise rates this year: Bob Doll
316) Fed: Weakness ‘transitory,’ but no June rate hike
315) Japan shares set fresh 15-year high, dollar holds gains after Fed minutes  
314) Dollar not far from 2-week high  
313) FOREX-Euro lifted by French PMI survey, but weaker German data caps gains  
312) Sterling surges after stronger-than-expected UK retail sales
311) METALS-Weak dollar, China hopes push copper up off 3-week low  
310) China: Incentives for Market Reforms

309) U.S. panel highlights ETFs, bond funds as potential risks
308) JGBs edge down as Tokyo stocks hit 15-year high
307) Japan’s economy grows at fastest pace in a year on boost from inventory
306) Markets looking past Fed minutes
305) Europe seen lower as markets eye Fed, Yellen
304) Has the Fed got a grasp on economic reality?
303) 9 Signs That China Is Making A Move Against The U.S. Dollar
302) Fannie, Freddie, MBA economists predict interest rate hike in 20
301) Fed Rate-Hike To Trigger ‘Next Crash’ In 2016?
300) Expect September Fed Rate Hike, U.S. Economic Slowdown is over
299) Japan’s economy grows faster than expected
298) Euro stung by ECB, sterling also under pressure  
297) FOREX-Dollar hits 2-month high vs yen, buoyed by US housing data  
296) 5 banks expected to plead guilty to felony charges

295) The Dollar Reigns Supreme, by Default
294) Renminbi on track to be a world reserve currency October 2015
293) Chinese Renminbi/USD Futures quotes
292) Chinese Renminbi/USD Futures contract specs

283) They’re back! China once again top US debt holder
290) Chinese Renminbi Set to be a Reserve currency October 2015
289) Armstrong May 2015

288) Euro, bond yields tumble as ECB hints at faster pre-summer buying
287) U.S. to press currency policy around Asia-Pacific trade talks
286) Treasurys fall as eurozone bonds sell off
285) Euro set to record largest 1-day loss against dollar in 2 months
284) US jobless claims fall; 4-week avg at 15-year low
283) Dollar stronger, crude down  
282) U.S. Government Bonds Hit by Surge in Housing Starts
281) Gold retreats from 3-month high as euro swoons
280) Oil Prices Decline as Dollar Strengthens
279) TREASURIES-U.S. bonds fall on housing data, corporate supply
278) Is this China’s plan to destroy the U.S. Dollar?
277) New Dollar Alternative?
276) US home construction surges to fastest pace since 2007
275) Euro Slumps After Official Says ECB Will Front-Load Stimulus
274) US housing starts, permits surge in April
273) Dollar sags after weak data, bonds resume retreat

272) Euro jumps past $1.14 as U.S. economic worries grow
271) Bund yields near 2015 highs as sell-off takes on life of its own
270) Dollar sags after weak data, bonds resume retreat
269) US dollar vs euro, May 13
268) Treasuries Fall as Bond Selloff Extended; Dollar Drops on …
267) Gold up 2 percent as dollar drops on U.S. jobs …
266) What US interest rate hikes will mean for China’s economy
265) Dollar hits three-month low on soft retail data
264) What The World’s Biggest Banks Have In Store For the US Dollar.
263) The US dollar is getting crushed
262) Euro rallies to 1.1279 on Greek news and rise in German bund yields
261) Dollar drops amid tepid US economic reports
260) Dollar drops following Reserve Bank report
259) German Bund yields rise at auction for first time since Jan 2014
258) U.S. bond bulls, stung by losses, stick to call for lower yields
257) Bond Market Is Sending the Fed an Important Signal

256) Euro climbs as Bund/Treasuries yield gap shrinks
255) Time for the Fed to test the rate-hike waters?
254) Fed’s Williams argues for earlier rate hike
253) Review links  Top Stories  Eurex   CME   Euronext
252) Fed’s Williams Tells CNBC Not to Expect Warning of Coming Rate Hikes
251) The Strange Case for Gold

250) Fractional v Transactional Banking
249) Dollar turns lower after strong ISM report
248) Why the dollar could reverse course fast
247) Chinese Renminbi/USD Futures Quotes & charts
246) China knocks on door of reserve currency club
245) U.S. stocks sell off as investors turn skittish
244) Fed’s Evans: Here’s when rate hike is appropriate
243) If jobs number good, sell-off likely: Economist
242) Yellen met firm at heart of leak probes
241) Investors flee US stocks at financial-crisis levels
240) Treasury Volatility Rises to 1-Month High as Fed Considers Rates
239) BILL GROSS: ‘This is all ending’
238) Fed’s Evans: rate hikes could start sooner, if kept slow
237) Treasury scraps plans for debt paydown to boost cash balance
236) Fed’s Evans: rate hikes could start sooner, if kept slow
235) Bull market ‘supercycle’ for stocks, bonds ending: Bill Gross
234) Australia rates, US jobs are key market risks this week
233) Chicago PMI rises more than expected in April
232) Auto sales rise on strong demand
231) US manufacturing holds growth
230) US consumer sentiment up in April
229) US factory orders post large gain
228) Bill Gates: Low rates pose leverage, bubble risks
227) Why the dollar could reverse course fast
226) Fed should hike in June: UBS economist
225) Gold falls after Fed statement release
224) Bill Gross: German bunds are the ‘short of a lifetime’
223) Fed signals it could raise rates at any meeting
222) Dollar slides to 8-week low; Fed eyed
221) Asia shares fade, dollar pressured before Fed

220) What Really Matters When It Comes to Fed Rate Hikes – Bloomberg Business
219) 2% Fed inflation rate questioned
218) U.S. sees uptick in inflation indicators
217) JGBs edge lower ahead of BOJ, Fitch downgrade taken in stride
216) Expert: Why we’re ready for 2 Fed rate hikes
215) The Federal Open Market Committee Meeting Looms Large This Week
214) Fed’s Mester makes case for U..S rate hikes sooner than later
213) Expect two Fed rate hikes in 2015: Soc Gen – MSN.com
212) Fed forecasting tool calls for immediate rate hike – Business …
211) Yellen Lays Groundwork For Interest Rate Hike In 2015 : NPR
210) NY Fed chief expects rate hike mid-2015 | TheHill
209) Most Wall Street firms project June 2015 US Fed rate hike
208) Fed’s Yellen sees gradual rate hikes later this year – Bangor …
207) Fed rate hike will come in August, survey says – CSMonitor ...
206) Biggest Threat to Stocks Now: A Fed Rate Hike …
205) Fed Chair Yellen expects interest rate hike in 2015
204) New York Fed President William C. Dudley rate hike this year…
203) Fed’s Fischer tips 2015 rate hike | Business Spectator
202) Traders keep bets on July 2015 for first Fed rate hike …
201) Running The Numbers On A Fed Rate Hike | Seeking Alpha
200) Federal Reserve Discusses Tools, Strategies for Rate Hike …
199) Fed Lowers Target For 2016 But Ready To Start Raising …
198) Yellen: Fed rate hike coming, but not before June
197) Economists in Wall Street look forward to Fed rate hike by …
196) A mid-2015 Rate Hike Expected from Fed … – MarketPulse
195) Loonie down on Fed rate hike expectations
194) Fed Sets Stage for Rate Hikes in 2015 – Riverview Homes, Inc.
193) Fed officials are on track for 2015 rate hike – MarketWatch
192) Fed Funds Blueprint: The Engineering Of 2015’s Rate Hike …
191) Fed sends clear sign on raising rates,
190) Analyzing The Impact Of Fed Rate Hikes On Markets …
189) Fed Policy Makers Seem Cool to Rate Increase in June NY Times
188) Is the Fed About to Hike Interest Rates? — NYMag
187) Fed’s Lockhart says markets adjusting to fact of US rate hike
186) Expectations of mid-2015 Fed rate hike grow- Nikkei Asian …
185) U.S. Dollar Rises On Fed’s Rate Hike Speculation – RTTNews
184) Federal Reserve can hike funds rate anytime after April …
183) Traders keep bets on July 2015 for first Fed rate hike ...
182) Deutsche Bank Predicts Carnage When FOMC Hikes Rates
181) Mid-2015 Fed rate hike expected – Lombard – 4-Traders
180) Outlook for Fed rate hikes in 2015 – Finaxyz
179) Asia FX hit by Fed rate hike concerns –China Economic Net
178) Dudley Sees First Rate Hike Coming in Mid-2015 – The Fed …
177) New York Fed President William C. Dudley says economy …
176) Fed’s Fischer tips 2015 rate hike | Business Spectator
175) Brace up for Fed rate hike in 2015, say analysts …
174) First Fed rate hike eyed by traders on 2015 : Regions …
173) Fed hints at rate hikes by spring 2015 – NY Daily News
172) Fed official: Interest rate hikes could come in first half of 2015
171) Here’s what Fed interest rate hikes mean – CBS News
170) Here’s what Fed interest rate hikes mean – CBS News
169) Gold Weakens on Increased Bets for An Early Fed Rate Hike
168) US dollar ticks up despite rate hike fears – The China Post
167) Fed Funds Blueprint: The Engineering Of 2015’s Rate Hike …
166) Expectations of mid-2015 Fed rate hike grow- Nikkei Asian …
165) Bonds Weekly: Fed Rate Hike in April 2015? [20 Mar 2014 …
164) Asia stocks slump after US drops on Fed rate hike anxiety …
163) Mortgage Rates to Rise 1.5% During 2015, Amid Looming …
162) Economists in Wall Street look forward to Fed rate hike by …
161) US Fed rate hike could push rupee below 65/USD by 2015 …
160) KEY FED DATES IN APRIL – PressReader
159) News Wrap: Fed opens possibility of interest rate hike …
158) Fed: Interest Rate Hikes Likely in June | Realtor Magazine
157) In 2015, It’s the Timing of the First Fed Rate Hike that Matters ...
156) Fed rate hike creates big winners | UTSanDiego.com
155) Taking A Lesson From Two Decades Of Fed Rate Hikes
154) Using Fed Funds Futures to Predict a Federal Reserve Rate ..
153) How a Fed Rate Hike Will Impact Asia’s Markets – Barron’s
152) Fed’s Dudley hopeful on rate hike this year | Reuters
151) Fed Sets Stage for Rate Hikes in 2015 – WSJ

150) Fed Puts Interest-Rate Hikes in Play – WSJ 
149) Fed’s Fischer sees unsteady path for rate hikes – USA Today
148) Fed forecasts point to slow pace for rate hikes – USA Today
147) Will U.S. Rate Hikes Be Different This Time for Emerging Markets?
146) Fed’s Yellen sees gradual rate hikes starting this year …
145) Fed’s Yellen says rate hikes
144) Prepare for two Fed rate hikes this year: SocGen – CNBC.com
143) Armstrong – April
142) Gold: Will Prices Dip If Fed Hikes Rates?

141) Blu Putnam – The Costs of More QE
140) Fed’s Dudley hopeful on US rate hike this year
139) ‘Panic’ tightening possible: Paulsen
138) Why asset managers are worrying the Fed
137) Whats Next for Rates and Inflation?
136) JGBs slip, taking cue from overseas debt selloff
135) Money Supply Definition – US Economy
134) Federal Reserve Banks – Investing for Beginners
133) Federal Reserve Discount Window: How It Works – US Economy
132) Federal Reserve Basics – Comparison of the Current Prime Rate …
131) What Is the Fed
130) The Federal Reserve and Interest Rates
129) The Federal Reserve Banking System and How It Functions
128) Federal Reserve Tools – A Description of the Tools Used by the Federal…
127) The Coming Collision of Federal Reserve Policy and US …
126) What happened the last time the Fed raised rates?
125) Fed has ‘tools’ for smooth rates lift-off
124) Low interest rates creating ‘havoc’: Fink
123) Jack Welch: How strong dollar could ‘crater us’
122) Fed’s Fischer: Here comes the rebound
121) Regulators eye further changes to end too-big-to-fail banks

120) Fed’s Bullard repeats call to hike now, cites asset bubble risk
119) Interest Rate Statistics
118) View auctions.
117) How does the Fed determine how much money to print every year? 
116) Optimal Policy and Market-Based Expectations
115) The Economic Outlook and Its Implications for Monetary Policy
114) External Debt Sheds Light on Drivers of Exchange Rate
113) Business Inflation Expectations
112) Labor Markets and Monetary Policy
111) Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, March 17-18, 2015
110) Nominal GDP: Target or Benchmark?
109) Too Big to Fail
108) Insolvency after the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform
107) Nonlinearity and Flight-to-Safety
106) Crisis Chronicles: The Panic of 1825 and a Most Fantastic Financial Swindle
105) Survey of Consumer Expectations – April 2015
104) The Great Recession, Entrepreneurship, and Productivity Performance
103) Let’s Talk About It: What Policy Tools Should the Fed “Normally” Use?
102) Historical Beginnings…The Federal Reserve
101) Panic of 1907
100) Closed for the Holiday: The Bank Holiday of 193
99)   Fed’s Bullard: Jobless rate to near 4%
98)   I worry about asset bubbles: Paulson
97)   Ron Paul: Watch out. Dollar’s in a ‘huge bubble’
96)   IMF’s Blanchard: US economy is in ‘good shape
95)   Blanchard: US economy in good shape
94)   Maybe the Fed needs a dose of its own medicine?
93)   Dollar rises against euro on continued Fed hike bets
92)   Do not take market-based views at face value: San Francisco Fed

91)   Maybe the Fed needs stress test
90)   Fed’s Williams: Less risk of rate retreat after rise
89)   Fed’s Williams: Case for keeping rates low weakening
88)   Is the Fed brewing the next crisis?
87)   Fed’s Lacker repeats ‘strong’ case for June rate hike
86)   El-Erian: Rate hike likely
85)   Yields mostly flat before heavy week of data

84)   Treasury Yields Rise on Weak Auction
83)   TREASURIES-U.S. yields rise on jobless data, weak auction
82)   Dollar rises on FOMC minutes; euro hits session low
81)   Pro: We’re ready for 2 rate hikes
80)   Dire costs of easy Fed now and later: Jim Grant
79)   FOREX-Dollar falls against yen after BoJ maintains policy
78)   White House advisor says U.S. to continue to press China on currency
77)   Fed’s Powell: Audit About Congress Making Monetary Policy
76)   Forget Interest Rates, the Fed Has Another Big Decision to Make in the Next Year
75)   Experts see shift in GOP’s attack on the Fed
74)   Goldman sees ‘close call’ on Fed rate hike timing
73)   Lockhart: Fed rate hike likely despite growth cut
72)   Dollar dips, market struggles for direction
71)   Euro falls on way to worst quarter
70)   Markets call Fed’s bluff: Ex-Fed gov
69)   June rates liftoff: Fed’s Lacker

68)   Bernanke says rates could rise
67)   The Fed drama flip: Strategist
66)   June or September: When will the Fed raise rates?  
65)   Euro zone price fall slows as expected, deflation fears ease
64)   Dollar steadies, but Japan book closing could take a bite

63)   What next for China central bank
61)   Greece says remains intent on reaching deal with lenders
60)   JGBs slip in volatile trade before fiscal year-end
59)   JGBs slip in volatile trade before fiscal year-end
58)   Gold: Will Prices Dip If Fed Hikes Rates?
57)   Oil falls as Iran, world powers seek deal
56)   US bond yields rise slightly on Yellen remarks
55)   Yellen sounds hawkish tone on first rate hike
54)   Controversial theory worries Yellen
53)   How the Fed disposes of old cash
52)   Yellen, Normalizing Monetary Policy: Prospects and Perspectives
51)   Monetary Policy Moves May Revive Listless Global Growth 
50)   An Assignment Model of Knowledge Diffusion and Income Inequality
49)   Gambling for Redemption and Self-Fulfilling Debt Crises
48)   The Rescue of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
47)   Economic & Financial Highlights
46)   Explaining the Decline in the Number of Banks since the Great Recession
45)   Mortgage Performance Summaries
44)   Exchange-Rate Pass-Through and US Prices
43)   Measuring Inflation Forecast Uncertainty
42)   The Federal Reserve in the 21st Century
41)   Combining Models for Forecasting and Policy
40)   U.S. economic growth slows in fourth quarter; corporate profits fall
39)   UPDATE 1-Fed’s Yellen says rate hike may be warranted later this year

38)   CANADA FX DEBT-C$ weakens on cheaper oil, eye on GDP next week
37)   Fed must take account of global economy in U.S. outlook: Yellen 

36)   TREASURIES-Bond prices rally on month-end buying, hold gains after Yellen
35)   Blu Putnam – Those Outside Zero-Rate Club Not so Privileged
34)   Whats Next for Rates and Inflation?
33)   Sean Tully and Dave Reif on Eurodollar Bundle Futures and Options
32)   Crude settles down 5%, Iran eyed
31)   Fischer: Nonbank financial sector less vulnerable
30)   Dollar trims losses on Yellen statement
29)   Fed is ‘screwed’; what happens now
28)   Yellen: Rate hike may be warranted
27)   Rate hike may be warranted
26)   Gold: Will Prices Dip If Fed Hikes Rates?
25)   Whats Next for Rates and Inflation?
24)   CANADA-FX-C$ see-saws to strength after Poloz speech
23)   Fed’s Evans: Strong dollar a challenge, but transitory
22)   Goldman Sachs’s Cohn Says Fed in Tough Position on Rates
21)   Currency Wars
20)   US in sweet spot, time for Fed to act: Fisher
19)   Fed’s Bullard: Zero rates no longer right for US
18)   Dollar recovers against euro; 2015 rate hike eyed
17)   Fed official Stein heads to hedge fund
16)   US rates poised to rise, but by how much?
15)   Fed’s Evans: Strong dollar a challenge, but transitory
14)   UK Elections: Possible Outcomes Implications
13)   Dollar slips further after weak US durable goods data
12)   How the smart money is set up for a Fed rate hike
11)   Hands off the Fed!
10)  Time to normalize monetary policy: Fed’s Bullard

9)    Fed Lockhart: Rate hike may come after midyear
8)    Goldman slashes euro forecasts, sees $0.80 by end-2017 
7)    BOE tells markets to “take heed” and prepare for potential shocks
6)    When  is the FOMC lift off for rates?
5)    Fed’s Fisher calls for ‘prompt’ rate hike
4)    Does strong jobs report mean a June rate hike?
3)    Strong jobs just reset Fed rate clock: Jim Paulsen
2)    Don’t be too patient on rate hikes: Fed’s Williams
1)    Fed’s Fischer: ‘It’s about time’ for rate hike

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