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Move will come as US central bank looks to take more aggressive steps to tame high inflation
If approved, women would outnumber men on the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee
Putting greater emphasis on quantitative tightening would be an important sign of independence
Not even the central bank has a clear idea
Will policymakers dare to withdraw stimulus and raise interest rates if there is a risk of a blow-up in asset prices?
Expectations of higher borrowing costs send equities broadly lower
Fed officials and economists predict central bank will go beyond its baseline forecast for increases if inflation persists
Weekly inflows hit highest level in five years on expectations of hawkish shift at US central bank
Monetary policy adjustment is likely to bring more volatility and uncertainty to markets
President of Philadelphia branch would support further tightening if ‘very bad’ inflation worsens
Year-on-year rise in CPI comes as Federal Reserve lays the groundwork for tighter policy amid rocketing prices
Rise in expected bond returns after accounting for inflation poses ‘test for risk assets’
The possibility of higher rates and a smaller balance sheet presages a rocky year for markets.
Tech-heavy US stock gauge whipsawed on Monday, propelled by Treasury market sell-off
The reasons why the US central bank has been behind the curve in tackling rising prices
Strong wage growth and sinking unemployment point to shift away from headline jobs numbers after inflation pick-up
Worries policymakers will swiftly boost borrowing costs send traders into previously unloved sectors
Fed minutes signalling higher rates spur a shift away from ‘growth stocks’
Minutes from latest meeting show central bankers gearing up for more aggressive tightening
Low bond yields are providing a boost despite central bank slowing its asset purchases
US financial conditions are near the most accommodative on record even with a more hawkish Fed
Christopher Waller endorses faster taper and points to period ‘shortly after’ asset purchase programme ends
In an almost simultaneous change of heart, policymakers are moving to raise rates and ditch crisis support
Market is more worried about rate rises that the potential economic impact of Omicron
Markets dismiss central bank guidance amid investor uncertainty over US economic prospects