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Rising bond yields and accompanying inflation fears are adding a level of drama to Powell's appearance.Rising bond yields and accompanying inflation fears are adding a level of drama to Powell's appearance.

A recent rise in interest rates hints that a recovery is on the way, but it could also mean harder choices ahead on spending.A recent rise in interest rates hints that a recovery is on the way, but it could also mean harder choices ahead on spending.

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Stock-index futures lose ground, with tech shares continuing to lead the way down, as investors prepare for testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome...Stock-index futures lose ground, with tech shares continuing to lead the way down, as investors prepare for testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome...

Stock futures mostly lower ahead of testimony by Fed’s Powell on economy - MarketWatch

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What is good for more inclusive economic growth may not be positive short-term for investorsWhat is good for more inclusive economic growth may not be positive short-term for investors

When is stimulus too much for markets? | Financial Times

World shares struggled on Tuesday as a rally in commodity-related assets gave in to pressure on heavily weighed tech stocks and investors awaited reassurance from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on the path for monetary policy in United States.World shares struggled on Tuesday as a rally in commodity-related assets gave in to pressure on heavily weighed tech stocks and investors awaited reassurance from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on the path for monetary policy in United States.

Stocks struggle as tech slide erases commodities surge | Reuters

Slow, but irreversible – that has been Prime Minister Boris Johnson's message when presenting his lengthy reopening plan, and the GBP/USD may echo hisSlow, but irreversible – that has been Prime Minister Boris Johnson's message when presenting his lengthy reopening plan, and the GBP/USD may echo his

GBP/USD Forecast: Sterling well-positioned to pull up with Powell after Boris' boost

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Copper and crude oil prices are attempting to extend aggressive gains alongside global growth bets. Will Fed Chair Jerome Powell derail their trajectories in the coming days?Copper and crude oil prices are attempting to extend aggressive gains alongside global growth bets. Will Fed Chair Jerome Powell derail their trajectories in the coming days?

Copper, Crude Oil Prices Surge. Eyes on Fed Chair Jerome Powell for Next Moves

Rises in Treasury yields and renewed fears of inflation have raised concerns about how the Fed may react to these events.Rises in Treasury yields and renewed fears of inflation have raised concerns about how the Fed may react to these events.

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Forex news from the European trading session - 23 February 2021 Headlines: Markets: - GBP leads, CHF lags on the day - European equities lower; S&P 500 futures -0.4%, Nasdaq futures -1.4% By Justin LowForex news from the European trading session - 23 February 2021 Headlines: Markets: - GBP leads, CHF lags on the day - European equities lower; S&P 500 futures -0.4%, Nasdaq futures -1.4%

ForexLive European FX news wrap: Dollar steadies, stocks fall ahead of Powell

Bitcoin prices slumped to a 12-day low on Tuesday, but the Federal Reserve may help stem further losses with a pledge to keep rates low.Bitcoin prices slumped to a 12-day low on Tuesday, but the Federal Reserve may help stem further losses with a pledge to keep rates low.

Fed's Powell Offers Bitcoin Bulls Glimmer of Hope as Price Drops to $45K - CoinDesk

The cost of borrowing money is again turning positive.The cost of borrowing money is again turning positive.

The cost of money has been rising significantly - Axios

Today on TAP: Fed chair Jerome Powell boosts the Biden planToday on TAP: Fed chair Jerome Powell boosts the Biden plan

Oh, No! A Robust Recovery - The American Prospect

Oh, No! A Robust Recovery

Tetra Images via Getty The yield on the 10-year Treasury note was nearning 1.374%, which would mark the highest level since February 2020.&nb...The 10-year Treasury yield is closing in on its highest level in a year as investors foresee inflation picking up as the economy recovers.

10-year Treasury yield nears highest in a year as recovery prospects strengthen | Markets Insider

Fed Chair Jerome Powell will appear in Congress Tuesday to deliver a monetary policy report -- one of the two times each year the head of the central bank testifies to give an update on the state of the U.S. economy.Fed Chair Jerome Powell will appear in Congress Tuesday to deliver a monetary policy report -- one of the two times each year the head of the central bank testifies to give an update on the state of the U.S. economy.

Watch live: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell gives update on U.S. economy in Senate - UPI.com

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The Biden administration and Federal Reserve officials are seeking to keep inflation fears in check amid a sprint to approve nearly $2 trillion in coronavirus relief and economic aid.The Biden administration and Federal Reserve officials are seeking to keep inflation fears in check amid a sprint to approve nearly $2 trillion in coronavirus relief and economic aid.

Inflation concerns put Biden, Fed on defensive | TheHill

The Biden administration and Federal Reserve officials are seeking to keep inflation fears in check amid a sprint to approve nearly $2 trillion in coronavirus relief and economic aid.The Biden administration and Federal Reserve officials are seeking to keep inflation fears in check amid a sprint to approve nearly $2 trillion in coronavirus relief and economic aid.

Inflation concerns put Biden, Fed on defensive | TheHill

Growing confidence in the global recovery, especially in the US, is leading to speculation over when the Fed might take its foot off the accelerator and buy…Growing confidence in the global recovery, especially in the US, is leading to speculation over when the Fed might take its foot off the accelerator and buy…

Timing the Tantrum: The market implications of a big Treasury sell-off | Article | ING Think

Stock markets opened to losses on Monday, continuing a drop from record highs earlier in the month, as investors prepared for testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Tuesday.Stock markets opened to losses on Monday, continuing a drop from record highs earlier in the month, as investors prepared for testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Tuesday.

Markets slump ahead of Powell testimony | TheHill

Stock markets opened to losses on Monday, continuing a drop from record highs earlier in the month, as investors prepared for testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Tuesday.Stock markets opened to losses on Monday, continuing a drop from record highs earlier in the month, as investors prepared for testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Tuesday.

Markets slump ahead of Powell testimony | TheHill

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That US Treasury yields rose despite the Fed’s no-taper promise suggests a return of inflation fearsThat US Treasury yields rose despite the Fed’s no-taper promise suggests a return of inflation fears

The bond market’s non-taper tantrum is odd but explainable

Jerome Powell is likely to reiterate the Fed's pro-stimulus stance later today, possibly putting a floor under bitcoin and stocks.Jerome Powell is likely to reiterate the Fed's pro-stimulus stance later today, possibly putting a floor under bitcoin and stocks.

Fed’s Powell Offers Bitcoin Bulls Glimmer of Hope as Price Drops to $45K

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell can expect pressure to support the stimulus plan of Democratic lawmakers when they host him this week on Capitol Hill for the first time since regaining control of Congress.

Powell to face lawmakers over stimulus this week - BNN Bloomberg

US bond yields have risen sharply in February as prospects of more fiscal stimulus lift hopes of a faster global economic recoveryUS bond yields have risen sharply in February as prospects of more fiscal stimulus lift hopes of a faster global economic recovery

JSE muted as focus shifts to US Fed chair Jerome Powell’s testimony

Asian markets mostly rose Tuesday, fuelled by growing hope that vaccine rollouts will allow the global economy to get back on track, but the optimism was tempered by niggling worries that the recovery will fan inflation and interest rate hikes.Asian markets mostly rose Tuesday, fuelled by growing hope that vaccine rollouts will allow the global economy to get back on track, but the optimism was tempered by niggling worries that the recovery will fan inflation and interest rate hikes.

Asian markets mostly up but optimism tempered by inflation fear | Fin24

​The reflation trade-led pickup in developed market yields in recent weeks has created fear in the markets that a further uptick in yields could pose problems for the broader equities market, given elevated valuation multiples, writes Madhavi Arora.​The reflation trade-led pickup in developed market yields in recent weeks has created fear in the markets that a further uptick in yields could pose problems for the broader equities market, given elevated valuation multiples, writes Madhavi Arora.

Equities can bear rising yields, but emerging markets may not - The Economic Times

GLOBAL MARKETS | Commodities rally, stocks steady, yields off highs | BusinessWorld

The yield curve—the difference in yields for short-term and long-term debt—has sharpened dramatically in recent weeks as investors have sold off bonds maturing five-years or more into the future while shorter-term bonds have held steady. | EconomyThe yield curve—the difference in yields for short-term and long-term debt—has sharpened dramatically in recent weeks as investors have sold off bonds maturing five-years or more into the future while shorter-term bonds have held steady. | Economy

Yield Curve Steepens As Prices Drop on Long Term U.S. Government Bonds

(Bloomberg) -- Gold eased after two days of gains as investors awaited testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, and weighed the prospect of a large U.S. stimulus package moving closer to approval.Powell’s semi-annual report at the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday and Wednesday at the House Financial Services panel will be monitored for further policy guidance and his assessment of the recovery. Meanwhile, the House Budget Committee advanced President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion pandemic-relief legislation, paving the way for it to pass the lower chamber by the end of this week.Bullion is rebounding after a 2.2% drop last week as traders refocus on rising inflation expectations and the potentially massive economic stimulus. Holdings in bullion-backed exchange-traded funds have seen steady outflows, with the largest SPDR Gold Shares registering the biggest loss since November on Monday.“Investors are anticipating a large U.S. fiscal stimulus bill to be passed, which may strengthen the reflation theme and inflation outlook,” said Margaret Yang, a strategist at DailyFX. “Powell is likely to reiterate the Fed’s accommodative stance despite the rising inflation outlook. The weakness in the U.S. dollar is reflecting the market’s expectation of a dovish-biased speech, which will be supportive to gold.”Spot gold declined 0.2% to $1,806.44 an ounce by 10:20 a.m. in London, after rising 1.9% over two days. Silver, platinum and palladium all fell. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index was little changed.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.(Bloomberg) -- Gold eased after two days of gains as investors awaited testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, and weighed the prospect of a large U.S. stimulus package moving closer to approval.Powell’s semi-annual report at the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday and Wednesday at the House Financial Services panel will be monitored for further policy guidance and his assessment of the recovery. Meanwhile, the House Budget Committee advanced President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion pandemic-relief legislation, paving the way for it to pass the lower chamber by the end of this week.Bullion is rebounding after a 2.2% drop last week as traders refocus on rising inflation expectations and the potentially massive economic stimulus. Holdings in bullion-backed exchange-traded funds have seen steady outflows, with the largest SPDR Gold Shares registering the biggest loss since November on Monday.“Investors are anticipating a large U.S. fiscal stimulus bill to be passed, which may strengthen the reflation theme and inflation outlook,” said Margaret Yang, a strategist at DailyFX. “Powell is likely to reiterate the Fed’s accommodative stance despite the rising inflation outlook. The weakness in the U.S. dollar is reflecting the market’s expectation of a dovish-biased speech, which will be supportive to gold.”Spot gold declined 0.2% to $1,806.44 an ounce by 10:20 a.m. in London, after rising 1.9% over two days. Silver, platinum and palladium all fell. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index was little changed.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

Gold Eases After Sharp Gain With Powell’s Testimony in Focus

(Bloomberg) -- As bond yields rise and fall past certain levels, there are episodes of highly technical yet increasingly familiar flows that can accelerate moves in either direction.Never Mind Yield Curves, What’s Negative Convexity?

Never Mind Yield Curves, What’s Negative Convexity?

Over the past year Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has engineered the largest economic rescue in US history,...Over the past year Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell has engineered the largest economic rescue in US history,...

Fed’s Powell set table for Biden economy, but will he stay for dessert? - Opinion - Business Recorder