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Fed keeps rates steady while Powell says March cut unlikely - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US Economy

Fed keeps rates steady while Powell says March cut unlikely

The S&P 500 fell 1.6%, the most since September
STI’s upside from breakout remains valid as risk-free rates fade, but stay watchful for FOMC   - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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STI’s upside from breakout remains valid as risk-free rates fade, but stay watchful for FOMC

STI's breakout and upside remain valid as risk-free rates start easing, and PBOC, new fund trigger rally in Hang Seng Index

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Hiccup in S-REIT rally as risk-free rates rebound

S-REITs likely to go off the boil in response to rebound in US risk-free rates
The world needs a humble approach to  central banking - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

The world needs a humble approach to central banking

Central banks cannot solve all that ails our economies

US Economy

Fed open to another rate hike after expected increase this month

'It's really too early to say that we’ve declared victory on inflation'
Equity markets may have discounted Fed pause, China slowdown - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Equity markets may have discounted Fed pause, China slowdown

As the Fed pauses, PBOC eases, DBS forms minor base while investors hope recession is averted
Fed signal for rate pause takes pressure off hot jobs report. - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US Economy

Fed signal for rate pause takes pressure off hot jobs report

The FOMC has raised rates by 5 percentage points in the past 14 months to curb inflation running more than double their 2% target.

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STI could bounce off support but narrow range to persist

STI may rebound but likely to stay rangebound; 10-year treasury yield tests support and looks weak technically
Fed expected to slow rate hikes in signal work's not over - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US Economy

Fed expected to slow rate hikes in signal work's not over

"The policy rate is likely to stay at peak for quite some time."

Global Economy

Powell and the markets talk past each other

The Fed faces, and will continue to face, a tricky communication challenge
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