WASHINGTON All three main indices on Wall Street dropped Friday with investors wary of a more hawkish stance from the U.S. Federal Reserve, while the dollar posted the strongest gains in over a year and oil prices continued a steady climb.
WASHINGTON, June 18 Wall Street was down and the
dollar surged on Friday as investors tried to balance a
seemingly more hawkish stance by the Federal Reserve with
persistent optimism about the U.S. economy as it emerges from
LONDON/WASHINGTON, June 18 Wall Street opened
lower on Friday as investors reassessed their stance after the
Federal Reserve projected interest rate hikes arriving sooner
than once thought, while the dollar and U.S. Treasury yields
continued to gain ground.
WASHINGTON Markets were jostled Wednesday after U.S. Federal Reserve officials projected interest rate hikes sooner than expected, with stocks sliding and the dollar jumping on the news.
WASHINGTON, June 16 Stocks fell after the U.S.
Federal Reserve brought forward its projections for interest
rate hikes, driving up U.S. Treasury yields and the dollar.
June 16 World stock markets hovered near record
highs on Wednesday as investors braced for any signs the Federal
Reserve is preparing a more hawkish stance in response to
inflation data, and oil prices hit their highest since April
2019 on recovering demand.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Investors retrenched and avoided major risks across multiple markets on Tuesday as markets awaited fresh guidance from the U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON, June 15 Wall Street took a step back
from record highs Tuesday, as investors weighed whether higher
inflation readings might nudge the U.S. Federal Reserve closer
to tapering monetary stimulus.
June 15 Investors worldwide kept stocks close to
record highs Tuesday, as they bet the U.S. Federal Reserve will
resist a significant policy shift in the face of transitory