Outlook: Fed dots and the 'double-D' risks
The Fed’s latest hawkish tilt didn’t jolt markets. Despite the much-speculated tapering set to begin in November, while half of the FOMC now expect a US rate hike in 2022, markets took the latest signals from the world’s most influential central bank all in stride.
This is seen as a 'good' sign, proving that Fed Chair Jerome Powell has done his job well in communicating policymaker’s future actions. However, besides the Fed’s gradual policy shift, investors have to continuously monitor other developing risks so as not to be caught out.
The Fed has just concluded its September policy meeting, with Fed Chair Jerome Powell revealing that the central bank could begin tapering its asset purchases from November onwards.
Tune in as Han Tan and Exinity Chief Market Strategist Hussein Sayed discuss what the Fed’s latest announcement might mean for various assets such as the dollar, gold and stocks, while highlighting key risks to look out for in coming months.
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