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The movement in the bond market this week was not based on real concerns about the geopolitical scene.
Fed officials can no longer deny they consider the markets when deciding monetary policy.
Growth in consumer credit has sparked concern about credit quality. How will credit unions know when it’s really time to worry?
Does the Fed still matter to bond traders?
Will the health care bill make it to the floor? And how will the market respond to Congressional pressuring?
Bond traders responded fervently to yesterday's rate hike.
Last week's Dow rally fades into memory as the market looks for additional positive reinforcement.
The stock market reacted to Trump’s speech on Tuesday with a triple-digit jump on Wednesday.
The March meeting is the Fed’s best shot to start what it claims will be three tightenings this year.
Wall Street has fought the bull market for the past year, always looking for a better buying opportunity.