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Why we might not see a higher funds rate next year.
What the potential for tax reform means for the stock market.
And what we can expect of the new Fed Chairman.
1987 and 2017 share at least one common trait, but remembering Black Monday is not to create fear. It's to encourage watchfulness.
After four consecutive weeks of losses for bonds, the bond market has been up each day this week. Will tomorrow's consumer price index release bring that streak to a halt?
Friday’s jobs report will be messy and easily forgotten. Traders will go through the motions of reacting, but the numbers will have no staying power.
Don’t be the first or the last financial institution on the block to raise rates.
The markets react mildly to yesterday's Fed meeting.
A focus on growing the credit card portfolio can yield growth among multiple loan touch points.
Uncertainties regarding a new Fed chair, the debt ceiling, budget, and tax reform make it unlikely there will be a carefree Christmas.
The benefits are endless!