1. Gold price remains near daily highs as Fed sees tapering beginning in mid-November  Kitco NEWS
  2. Fed officials see bond purchases ending by middle of 2022  Yahoo Canada Finance
  3. US Dollar Bulls In A Coma Amid High Inflation Data  FX Empire
  4. Asian Stocks Set to Rise; Longer Term Yields Fall: Markets Wrap  BNN
  5. Fed lays out plan to reduce bond purchases, flags inflation worries  Kitco NEWS
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Gold price remains near daily highs as Fed sees tapering beginning in mid-November | Kitco News

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve officials agreed at their last meeting that if the economy continued to improve, they could start reducing their monthly bond purchases as soon as next month and bring them to an end by the middle of 2022. The discussion was revealed in the minutes of the Fed’s Sept. 21-22 meeting, released Wednesday. Fed officials also said that the reduction, or tapering, of bond purchases could begin in the middle of November or December. The 18 Fed policymakers meet eight tiWASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve officials agreed at their last meeting that if the economy continued to improve, they could start reducing their monthly bond purchases as soon as next month and bring them to an end by the middle of 2022. The discussion was revealed in the minutes of the Fed’s Sept. 21-22 meeting, released Wednesday. Fed officials also said that the reduction, or tapering, of bond purchases could begin in the middle of November or December. The 18 Fed policymakers meet eight ti

Fed officials: Bond purchases could end by middle of 2022

Despite U.S. inflation figures showing solid rises in prices last month, longer-dated Treasury yields fell Wednesday, and Federal Reserve minutes confirmed tapering will begin soon.Despite U.S. inflation figures showing solid rises in prices last month, longer-dated Treasury yields fell Wednesday, and Federal Reserve minutes confirmed tapering will begin soon.

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Asian stocks looked set to rise Thursday after longer term Treasury yields and the dollar fell as traders weighed elevated U.S. inflation and Federal Reserve minutes affirming a looming reduction in stimulus.

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Reuters reported that the Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman on Wednesday said she would be "very comfortable" with beginning to withdraw some oReuters reported that the Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman on Wednesday said she would be "very comfortable" with beginning to withdraw some o

Fed's Bowman: Very comfortable with starting to taper, preferably in Nov

Wall Street rose on Wednesday in choppy trade as investors saw an imminent end to ultra-loose U.S. monetary policy as a vote of confidence in the economy, while two-year Treasury yields hit 18-month highs on bets that policy tightening is in the offing.Wall Street rose on Wednesday in choppy trade as investors saw an imminent end to ultra-loose U.S. monetary policy as a vote of confidence in the economy, while two-year Treasury yields hit 18-month highs on bets that policy tightening is in the offing.

U.S. stocks bounce on economic optimism; dollar pauses rally | Reuters

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Highlights of the FOMC minutes: It's interesting to note that seemingly no one was in favor of a slower pace of tapering. More: There's more clarity here than I expected around the taper. I think it's safe to price in a $15B monthly taper now. That's roughly in line with expectations and the Fed's signals and would mean an 8 month taper, starting in Nov or Dec. By Adam ButtonHighlights of the FOMC minutes: It's interesting to note that seemingly no one was in favor of a slower pace of tapering. More: There's more clarity here than I expected around the taper. I think it's safe to price in a $15B monthly taper now. That's roughly in line with expectations and the Fed's signals and would mean an 8 month taper, starting in Nov or Dec.

FOMC minutes: Fed staff outlined $15B/month taper path

St. Louis Federal Reserve president James Bullard told the press on Tuesday that he thinks the U.S. central bank needs to taper.St. Louis Federal Reserve president James Bullard told the press on Tuesday that he thinks the U.S. central bank needs to taper.

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US inflation topped expectations and the FOMC’s minutes showed a willingness of near-term taper, but the Dollar would nevertheless dive this past sessionUS inflation topped expectations and the FOMC’s minutes showed a willingness of near-term taper, but the Dollar would nevertheless dive this past session

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Gold advanced nearly 2% on Wednesday to its highest in a month.Gold advanced nearly 2% on Wednesday to its highest in a month.

Gold price rallies as bond yields, dollar retreat - MINING.COM

Meeting minutes of the Fed's Sept. 21-22 meeting show officials discussed that a slowdown of asset purchases could start in mid-November or mid-DecemberMeeting minutes of the Fed's Sept. 21-22 meeting show officials discussed that a slowdown of asset purchases could start in mid-November or mid-December

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Digital assets could pose a threat to the supremacy of the US dollar, according to a new report posted on the Federal Reserve's website.Digital assets could pose a threat to the supremacy of the US dollar, according to a new report posted on the Federal Reserve's website.

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(Bloomberg) -- Gold steadied after its biggest advance in seven months as investors weighed concerns around stubbornly high inflation and the looming reduction in stimulus. Most Read from BloombergWhat Comes After GE’s 129 Years of Greenhouse GasWhat the Front Line of the U.S. Abortion Fight in Kentucky Looks Like NowArgentina’s 120-Year-Old Cattle Auction Is Leaving Buenos AiresThe U.S. consumer price index rose in September by more than forecast, resuming a faster pace of growth and underscori(Bloomberg) -- Gold steadied after its biggest advance in seven months as investors weighed concerns around stubbornly high inflation and the looming reduction in stimulus. Most Read from BloombergWhat Comes After GE’s 129 Years of Greenhouse GasWhat the Front Line of the U.S. Abortion Fight in Kentucky Looks Like NowArgentina’s 120-Year-Old Cattle Auction Is Leaving Buenos AiresThe U.S. consumer price index rose in September by more than forecast, resuming a faster pace of growth and underscori

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LONDON: Gold rose on Wednesday, boosted by concerns of an economic hit from soaring energy prices and a retreat in...LONDON: Gold rose on Wednesday, boosted by concerns of an economic hit from soaring energy prices and a retreat in...

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The dollar held near a one-year high versus major peers on Wednesday, amid rising expectations the Federal Reserve will announce a tapering of stimulus next month, potentially following with interest rate hikes by mid-2022. Three Fed policymakers said overnight that the U.S. economy has healed enough to begin to scale back the central bank's asset-purchase programme, including Vice Chair Richard Clarida.The dollar held near a one-year high versus major peers on Wednesday, amid rising expectations the Federal Reserve will announce a tapering of stimulus next month, potentially following with interest rate hikes by mid-2022. Three Fed policymakers said overnight that the U.S. economy has healed enough to begin to scale back the central bank's asset-purchase programme, including Vice Chair Richard Clarida.

Dollar holds near one-year high amid bets for earlier Fed rate hike - The Economic Times

The dollar held near a one-year high versus major peers on Wednesday, amid rising expectations the Federal Reserve will announce a tapering of stimulus next month, potentially following with interest rate hikes by mid-2022. Three Fed policymakers said overnight that the U.S. economy has healed enough to begin to scale back the central bank's asset-purchase programme, including Vice Chair Richard Clarida.

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Most Federal Reserve officials agreed last month they could begin slowing their aggressive bond-buying program as soon as November, the first step that policymakers will take to dialing back pandemic-era support for the U.S. economy.Most Federal Reserve officials agreed last month they could begin slowing their aggressive bond-buying program as soon as November, the first step that policymakers will take to dialing back pandemic-era support for the U.S. economy.

Fed could begin tapering bond purchases by mid-November, meeting minutes show | Fox Business

Figures from countries such as the US and China point to inflation concernsFigures from countries such as the US and China point to inflation concerns

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The Federal Reserve expressed concerns about inflation during a September meeting, with participants warning it may be having a "larger or more persistent effects" than what is "currently believed."The Federal Reserve expressed concerns about inflation during a September meeting, with participants warning it may be having a "larger or more persistent effects" than what is "currently believed."

Federal Reserve officials concerned inflation could last longer 'than they currently assumed' | TheHill

The Federal Reserve expressed concerns about inflation during a September meeting, with participants warning it may be having a "larger or more persistent effects" than what is "currently believed."The Federal Reserve expressed concerns about inflation during a September meeting, with participants warning it may be having a "larger or more persistent effects" than what is "currently believed."

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Federal Reserve officials are preparing to slow bond buying and are divided over when they might need to raise interest rates as inflation bites.Federal Reserve officials are preparing to slow bond buying and are divided over when they might need to raise interest rates as inflation bites.

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For a decade, businesses expected inflation to run just under two percent. Now they expect much bigger price hikes. | EconomyFor a decade, businesses expected inflation to run just under two percent. Now they expect much bigger price hikes. | Economy

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve officials agreed at their last meeting that if the economy continued to improve, they could start reducing their monthly bond purchases as soon as next month and bring them to an end by the middle of 2022. The discussion was revealed in the minutes of the Fed’s Sept. 21-22 meeting, released Wednesday. Fed officials also said that the reduction, or tapering, of bond purchases could begin in the middle of November or December. The 18 Fed policymakers meet eight tiWASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve officials agreed at their last meeting that if the economy continued to improve, they could start reducing their monthly bond purchases as soon as next month and bring them to an end by the middle of 2022. The discussion was revealed in the minutes of the Fed’s Sept. 21-22 meeting, released Wednesday. Fed officials also said that the reduction, or tapering, of bond purchases could begin in the middle of November or December. The 18 Fed policymakers meet eight ti

Fed officials: Bond purchases could end by middle of 2022

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SINGAPORE : World stock markets rose and longer-dated bonds rallied on Thursday as investors reckoned rising inflation would bring forward rate hikes around the world.The dollar eased further from the 2021 highs it scaled earlier in the week.Europe's STOXX 600 index climbed to its highest point ofSINGAPORE : World stock markets rose and longer-dated bonds rallied on Thursday as investors reckoned rising inflation would bring forward rate hikes around the world.The dollar eased further from the 2021 highs it scaled earlier in the week.Europe's STOXX 600 index climbed to its highest point of

Stocks up as inflation pulls forward rate hike bets, dollar subdued - CNA

General optimism about economic growth helped the S&P 500 to reverse losses late in the day to gain 0.30%, while the Nasdaq Composite jumped 0.73% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended flat. General optimism about economic growth helped the S&P 500 to reverse losses late in the day to gain 0.30%, while the Nasdaq Composite jumped 0.73% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended flat.

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U.S. stocks close mostly higher Wednesday, after minutes of the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting pointed to looming plans by the central bank to taper its $120 billion of monthly bond purchases, a move investors largely anticipate.

Dow ends flat, S&P 500 and Nasdaq snap 3-session skid after Federal Reserve minutes point to looming tapering plans