Futures fall following another day of losses after Fed rate hike, sell-offs

Futures were lower on Friday morning as investors continued responding to the Fed's decision.

Stock futures were lower on Friday morning as investors continued reacting to the Fed's rate hike and concerns over a potential economic downswing. The Nasdaq 100 was down 0.48%. Dow Jones Industria… [+1769 chars]


Markets are fighting the Fed

Stocks have experienced a sharp summer rebound, easing fear among investors and boosting hopes the bear market has settled on an early hibernation. But at any moment, strategists warn, the Federal Reserve could deliver a reality check that jolts complacent tr…

Stocks sink ahead of Fed Chair Jerome Powell's big speech

Here's the latest news on what stocks are doing.

Markets 'Fed Up' - Reuters

A look at the day ahead in European and global markets from Anshuman Daga

Hesitation on Fed tone - Reuters

A look at the day ahead in U.S. and global markets from Mike Dolan

NY Fed official: 2019 experience will inform decisions on when to stop Fed quantitative tightening - Reuters.com

The Federal Reserve's previous experience with reducing its balance sheet will be a "useful guide" for assessing when the central bank should stop that process this time, the head of the New York Fed's open markets account operations said on Thursday.

US stocks trade mixed after string of losses as investors assess new Fed comments and ADP report

Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester says the Fed should raise interest rates above 4% in its fight against inflation.

Analysis: What the Fed talks about when it talks about pain

Friday morning, economists and investors everywhere will be focused on one document, the US August jobs report, for a read on how the world's biggest economy is faring.

Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel says most inflation data is coming in below expectations and the Fed's hawkish outlook is at odds with economic reality

Inflation looks better than the Fed is admitting, Jeremy Siegel said, noting the Fed hasn't always held firm on its outlook for policy and the economy.


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