FED'S WILLIAMS LABOR MARKET IS VERY STRONG— *Walter Bloomberg (@DeItaone) February 8, 2023
FED'S WILLIAMS WE STILL HAVE WORK TO DO ON RATES— Breaking Market News (@breakingmkts) February 8, 2023
FED'S WILLIAMS: A PEAK RATE OF 5%-5.25% IS STILL A REASONABLE VIEW.— Breaking Market News (@financialjuice) February 8, 2023
WILLIAMS: THERE IS A LOT OF UNCERTAINTY AROUND INFLATION OUTLOOK— Breaking Market News (@breakingmkts) February 8, 2023
FED'S WILLIAMS: INFLATION COULD PROVE MORE PERSISTENT FOR CERTAIN REASONS.— Breaking Market News (@financialjuice) February 8, 2023
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tweet at 8:52am: ECB'S DE GUINDOS: INFLATION IS STILL A CAUSE FOR CONCERN. tweet at 8:55am: ECB's Guindos: - Inflation Still A Reason For Concern - Wage-Price Spiral Must Be Avoided - ECB Must Bring Inflation Back To 2% - Markets May Be Too Optimistic About Inflation Trend tweet at 8:55am: ECB'S DE GUINDOS: MARKETS MAY BE TOO OPTIMISTIC REGARDING THE INFLATION TREND. tweet at 8:55am: ECB'S DE GUINDOS: AFTER MARCH, I WOULDN'T RULE OUT ADDITIONAL RATE INCREASES.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is now operating at a financial loss, and is months away from having negative tangible equity for the first time in modern history. This article explores ...
tweet at 9:30am: Fed's Williams: - I Tend to Think in Terms of Real Interest Rates - Fed Policy is Barely Restrictive Right Now - Financial Conditions Have Tightened a Lot in Last Year - Changes in Financial Conditions Will Also Inform Our Policy Outlook tweet at 9:34am: Fed's Williams: - We Need to Take a Long-term View of Data, Not Get Caught Up in the Day to Day - Seeing More Positive Signs Globally About Growth - Seeing Some Signs Of US Economy Showing Resilience - Signs Suggest We Still Have Some Work to Do to Get Economy Back Into Balance tweet at 9:37am: Fed's Williams: - Demand in the US Remains Very Strong - Demand in Our Economy is Much Stronger Right Now Than in Normal Times - Lags in Our Actions Also Take Time; We Take That Into Consideration - Housing Sector Seeing Definite Slowdown tweet at 9:44am: Fed's Williams: - Still Seeing High Demand for Services, Labor - Goods Prices Declining But They Have A Ways To Go - See Demand-Supply Imbalance In Core Services Ex-Hsng - Need To Keep The Service Industry In Line With The 2% Inflation Target tweet at 9:46am: Fed's Williams: - Rent Driven Inflation Looks to Ebb Over Time - Backlog Of Demand In Our Economy Is Still Strong - Job Market is Extraordinarily Tight Right Now - Doesn't Know How Much the Unemployment Rate Will Rise
tweet at 9:49am: WILLIAMS: NEED TO MAINTAIN RESTRICTIVE STANCE FOR A FEW YEARS tweet at 9:50am: NYFED'S WILLIAMS Q&A/WSJ: IN FUTURE SEE LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION IMPROVING; IMMIGRATION 'INCREASES THE SUPPLY SIDE' OF LABOR #Williams #federalreserve
tweet at 9:52am: Fed's Cook: - Strongly Committed to Both Price Stability and Employment Mandates of the Fed - Data Are Telling a Pretty Clear Story of a Historically Strong Labor Market, with Still Elevated Inflation - Inflation is Still Running Too High Even Though It Has Moderated tweet at 9:54am: FED'S COOK: THE FED IS INTENT ON RESTORING PRICE STABILITY AND WILL REQUIRE RESTRICTIVE MONETARY POLICY FOR SOME TIME. tweet at 9:54am: FED'S COOK: WITHOUT STABLE PRICES, IT WILL BE HARD TO MAINTAIN MAXIMUM EMPLOYMENT. tweet at 10:00am: FED'S COOK: I BELIEVE INFLATION CAN BE CONTAINED WITHOUT A LARGE INCREASE IN UNEMPLOYMENT. tweet at 10:03am: Fed's Cook: - In Times of Uncertainty Important Not to Take Too Much Signal From Two or Three Data Points - Will Use Tools Forcefully To Avoid Entrenched Inflation - Appropriate Now to Move in Smaller Steps as Fed Assesses Cumulative Impact of Rate Increases So Far