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The original fear gauge suggests that a recession may be looming but is it correct?
The costs of another ‘taper tantrum’ could be much higher now than six years ago
Measure could be best indicator investors have of a coming recession
It is right for the Fed to lead America towards faster and more efficient bank payments
Increase seen as unlikely to curb Fed’s ability to cut rates again
Well-meaning central bankers cannot offset the impact of an erratic US president on the real economy
Bond market indicator worsens as questions swirl about Federal Reserve’s next move
Volcker, Greenspan, Bernanke and Yellen write WSJ op-ed defending Powell.
Announcing the end of the strong dollar policy is easier than actually ending it
Consumers unlikely to feel benefit of Federal Reserve rate cuts
President’s threat against China could push the US central bank to do what he wants
Jay Powell needs to improve his communication of monetary policy
Recession indicator flashes red after US central bank cuts rates by quarter point
Fed chief upsets financial markets that have priced in significantly more easing
Stocks fall after US central bank chair indicates further reductions are not guaranteed
The Federal Reserve cuts US interest rates by a quarter point
Recession indicator flashes red after Federal Reserve cuts rates by quarter point
Mike Mackenzie’s daily analysis of what’s moving global markets
Jay Powell is expected to deliver the first interest rate cut of his tenure at the central bank
German stocks down more than 2% in steepest fall since February
President’s comments come ahead of US rate meeting and as trade talks resume in Shanghai