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A full rundown of what to expect from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Patti Domm | In | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell speaks to reporters after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates in an emergency move designed to shield the world's largest economy from the impact of the coronavirus, during a news conference in Washington, March 3, 2020. Kevin Lamarque | ReutersThe Federal Reserve is not expected to take any policy actions after its two-day meeting this week, but it is likely to signal that it is thinking about them. Some economists expect the Fed to mention a coming tapering of its bond-buying program and give preliminary guidance on the discussion but not fully commit to tapering yet. In its previous forecast, there was no consensus for a rate hike among Fed officials though 2023. That discussion could begin this week, but only on a preliminary level, some economists say.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Kevin Lamarque, There's, Rick Rieder, Powell, We're, Mark Cabana, Goldman Sachs, Lael Brainard, John Williams —, Governor Brainard, Williams Organizations: Federal, Federal Reserve, Reuters, BlackRock, Fed, Barclays, Bank America, New York Fed, Goldman Locations: Washington, Jackson Hole , Wyoming
But like regular money, their value is fixed to currencies such as the dollar, or to commodities such as gold. Tether, which maintains a one-to-one peg against the US dollar, is now the third-largest cryptocurrency, right behind bitcoin and ethereum. The stablecoin tug of warChamorro's app points to a future in which digitized currencies like stablecoins are as ubiquitous and accessible as government-issued money. Erin Scott/Reuters"Unlike central bank fiat currencies, stablecoins do not have legal tender status," Brainard observed. As central banks mint their own digital money, the companies behind private stablecoins may be reduced to providing the technology and infrastructure for the centralized currencies.
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Throw in accidents, cyberattacks, extreme weather and the huge disruption caused by the desperate hunt for cleaner sources of energy, and you have a perfect storm. Rising costs have pushed producer price inflation in China to its highest level in nearly 13 years. The rising costs of resin and pulp, for example, are promptingandto increase the prices of household staples such as tampons, diapers and toilet paper. Logistics and labor costs climbCommodities are not the only factor driving prices higher, however. For example, workers might demand higher wages, forcing companies to increase the price of their goods and placing additional upward pressure on salaries.
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The total supply of stablecoins has exploded over the past year, with US-dollar pegged crypto currencies surpassing $100 billion in May. And a growing number of investors are parking stablecoins in crypto savings accounts, which offer yields as high as 10%. The stablecoin tug of warChamorro's app points to a future in which digitized currencies like stablecoins are as ubiquitous and accessible as government-issued money. Erin Scott/Reuters"Unlike central bank fiat currencies, stablecoins do not have legal tender status," Brainard observed. As central banks mint their own digital money, the companies behind private stablecoins may be reduced to providing the technology and infrastructure for the centralized currencies.
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That is why we have similarly called for careful exploration of a U.S. CBDC that we termed – perhaps not creatively – a "Digital Dollar." There are several possible formats for a digital dollar. Instead of withdrawing paper money from an ATM and putting it in your wallet, you could withdraw a Digital Dollar into a digital wallet on your smartphone. Second, there is some concern that a Digital Dollar could negatively impact current business models for payments. Mr. Giancarlo is Senior Counsel at Willkie Farr & Gallagher, former Chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and co-founder of the Digital Dollar Project.
Persons: Warren, Kennedy, Lael Brainard, Sir Jon Cunliffe, CBDCs, Giancarlo, Willkie Farr, Gallagher, Gorfine Organizations: Economic, Federal Reserve, Bank of England, U.S . Commodity Futures Trading Commission, U.S, CFTC, Georgetown University Law Center Locations: U.S
Wages are raising for American workers, especially those in leisure and hospitality. The number of workers quitting is at multi-decade highs, potentially over pay and conditions. For workers in leisure and hospitality, wages increased by 7.2% between January and May. In March, the quits rate for leisure and hospitality workers was 5.1%; in April, it grew to 5.3%. "We have more than ample room to raise workers' pay without raising customer prices."
Persons: Anna Cooban, Insider's Áine Cain, Democrats weren't, Joe Biden's, Biden, Lael Brainard Organizations: Sectors, Democrats, Plan, Workers, Federal
Stronger inflation will soon fade as millions of Americans rush back to work, Goldman Sachs said. Ending the labor shortage should cool wage inflation, and price inflation will also likely be temporary, Goldman added. When it comes to the inflation debate looming over the US economy, Goldman Sachs is on the side of the Federal Reserve and the Biden administration. The Biden administration and the central bank have instead argued the stronger price growth is temporary and fade starting next year. The combination of soaring wages and stronger inflation amplified Republicans' claims of an overheating economy.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Biden, Jan Hatzius, Lael Brainard Organizations: Labor, Federal Reserve, Republicans, Biden, payrolls, PCE, Fed
Unemployment impacts mortgage rates; when employment numbers increase, mortgage rates also go up. See Insider's picks for the best mortgage lenders »Mortgage rates tend to go up when the US economy is thriving and down when it's struggling. Unemployment is one of the most significant economic factors that affects mortgage rates. You probably won't see mortgage rates spike soon, but information in the jobs report indicates that they could go up in the next few months. You probably have time to find a home and lock in a low mortgage rate this summer.
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Local pharmacies are being hit by the current labor shortage, too, per a new report. Pharmacies are hiking up their wages to attract more workers – but they can't raise prices to match. Local pharmacies in the US are scrambling to find workers amid the labor shortage hitting industries, according to the country's largest organization of independent pharmacy owners. Four in five pharmacies are struggling to recruit enough workers to deliver prescriptions, handle patients, and run the cash register, according to a report by the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA). "This is an acute problem for local pharmacies that should be at full strength now."
Persons: Douglas Hoey, NCPA, they're, Hoey, Lyft, Lael Brainard Organizations: National Community Pharmacists Association, Big, US, of Commerce, Bank of America, Federal Locations: New York City
The Federal Reserve said labor supply is likely to remain "constrained" over the next few months. The US labor shortage currently hitting industries from education and healthcare to hospitality and ride-hailing apps could last months, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday. This is causing some to cut production and even reduce their operating hours, while others are encouraging current employees to work more overtime, it said. The report detailed how the labor shortage has affected industries ranging from hospitality and manufacturing to transport and construction across the US, including Boston, New York, and Minneapolis. But low wages could also be behind the labor shortage.
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Republicans nationwide are ending unemployment benefits early under the argument they disincentivize returns to work. Republicans in 25 states are cutting enhanced unemployment benefits early under the argument that the additional measures discourage people from re-entering the workforce. Calls from the GOP to cut enhanced UI grew louder after April's jobs report, which saw a shocking drop in new payroll additions that defied all economist forecasts. On Friday, despite the acceleration of payroll additions from April's numbers and lower-than-expected unemployment, some members of the GOP were still quick to brand the jobs report as a miss. Sen. Bernie Sanders wrote on Twitter in April that we "don't need to end $300 a week in emergency unemployment benefits that workers desperately need.
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At the May rate of job creation, it will take another 15 months to recoup all jobs lost during the pandemic. Making up for more than a year of lost job growth would delay a full recovery to July 2023. The unemployment rate fell more than expected, to 5.8% from 6.1%, and the average wage surged for the second consecutive month. The labor shortage and the rehiring pushOther data suggest the rebound could take even longer. While research suggests the disincentive effect was minor, the expiration of enhanced UI is largely expected to further offset the labor shortage and pull more Americans into the workforce.
Persons: there's, Nick Bunker, Michelle Meyer, Lael Brainard, Joe Biden Organizations: payrolls, Bank of America, Federal
The most hotly debated topic is the question of the labor market. The only difference is that the unemployment rate was below 4% then and it is above 6% now. In the coming quarters, there are good reasons to expect labor supply constraints to ease:There is less fear of COVID in the general population. This positive labor market supply shock will give the Fed some breathing room to bide their time. But, for now, I see more evidence that the labor supply problem is temporary than permanent.
Persons: , Lael Brainard, Jerome Powell Organizations: Federal, Federal Reserve Locations: NAIRU
Why inflation is both good and bad for your wallet
  + stars: | 2021-06-03 | by ( Greg Iacurci | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Historical perspectiveThere are a few times in history when savers derived a negative net return after accounting for inflation. If you owe money, inflation is a very good thing. If people owe you money, inflation is a bad thing. "If you owe money, inflation is a very good thing," Roth said of consumers with loans. "If people owe you money, inflation is a bad thing."
Persons: Thomas Trutschel, Christine Benz, Uncle Sam, Allan Roth, Roth, Lael Brainard, Lassus Organizations: Photothek, Morningstar, Federal Locations: Colorado Springs , Colorado
Treasuries little changed as investors await jobs data
  + stars: | 2021-06-02 | by ( Natasha Turak | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Bonds yields were nearly flat in premarket trading on Wednesday, as investors digested last week's inflation data and look ahead to Friday's jobs report. Gold, which often is used as an inflation hedge, is still holding above a key level of $1,900. Investors will be looking to the Federal Reserve's publishing of its Beige Book on Wednesday, ahead of its next Federal Open Market Committee meeting. Investors are also eyeing Friday's jobs report. Economists expect the data to show the creation of around 674,000 jobs in May, after April's read came in below expectations at 266,000.
Persons: Patrick Harker, Chicago Fed's Charles Evans, Lael Brainard, April's Organizations: Federal, Mortgage Bankers Association, Fed Bank of, Women, Housing, Finance Public Policy, Chicago, Economic, of New Locations: of New York
“While we are far from our goals today, we are seeing welcome progress, and I expect to see further progress,” Brainard said in remarks prepared for delivery to the Economic Club of New York. But “jobs are down by between 8 and 10 million compared with the level we would have seen in the absence of the pandemic. And it will be important to see sustained progress on inflation,” not just a temporary jump. Another poor outcome won’t necessarily dim faith in the recovery, only emphasize how hard it is to restart a $20 trillion economy. While she said she would be “attentive” to signs of higher inflation, she cautioned also against “preemptive tightening” that could deprive people of jobs.
Persons: Lael Brainard, ” Brainard, , Brainard, Howard Schneider, Andrea Ricci Organizations: Fed, Economic, of New Locations: WASHINGTON, United States, of New York
FILE PHOTO: Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainard speaks at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., March 1, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder“We are seeing welcome progress, and I expect to see further progress in coming months,” Brainard said in remarks prepared for delivery to the Economic Club of New York. And it will be important to see sustained progress on inflation,” not just a temporary jump. The Fed is approaching a critical few months as it tries to read an economy progressing through an unparalleled moment of restarting after a pandemic. Brainard has been among the stronger voices arguing for patience before making any change.
Persons: Lael Brainard, John F, Brian Snyder “, ” Brainard, , Brainard Organizations: WASHINGTON, Fed, Federal Reserve, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University in, REUTERS, Economic, of New Locations: United States, Harvard University in Cambridge , Massachusetts, U.S, of New York
REUTERS/Brian Snyder“While we are far from our goals today, we are seeing welcome progress, and I expect to see further progress,” Brainard told the Economic Club of New York. And it will be important to see sustained progress on inflation,” not just a temporary jump. Instead she said several times the Fed would remain “steady,” a subtle change that may signal an important shift. Remarks from other Fed policymakers in recent weeks have signaled the debate over tapering the Fed’s bond-buying is underway. Another poor outcome won’t necessarily dim faith in the recovery, only emphasize how hard it is to restart a $20 trillion economy.
Persons: Lael Brainard, John F, Brian Snyder “, ” Brainard, , Brainard, Michael Feroli, Feroli Organizations: WASHINGTON, Fed, Federal Reserve, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University in, REUTERS, Economic, of New, Locations: United States, Harvard University in Cambridge , Massachusetts, U.S, of New York
The pound was the best-performing G10 currency last month and it rose as high as $1.4259 in the Asia session, its strongest since April 2018. China's yuan took a breather after posting its best month since last November, and was flat at 6.3705 per dollar. "The dollar bias remains negative on the immediate horizon," analysts at Singapore's OCBC Bank said in a note on Tuesday. "The U.S. dollar has been pretty heavy in the last few weeks, and I think it keeps trending lower." The euro gained was steady at $1.2224 on Tuesday, not far from a nearly five-month high of $1.2266 touched last week.
Persons: Kevin Buckland, Tom Westbrook, Sterling, Randal Quarles, Lael Brainard, Joseph Capurso, Capurso, bitcoin Organizations: Bank of England, Aussie, Reserve Bank of Australia, Traders, Singapore's OCBC Bank, Federal, . Commonwealth Bank of Australia, U.S, RIC Locations: Tom Westbrook TOKYO, SINGAPORE, Britain, Asia, London, New York, U.S, Tokyo, Singapore
The British pound rallied to a three-year peak at $1.425, while Canada's loonie hovered near a six-year top, amid market expectations for policy tightening in those countries. Australia's dollar rose for a second day to as high as $0.77605, ahead of a central bank announcement at 0430 GMT, although economists predict no change to monetary policy. "The U.S. dollar has been pretty heavy in the last few weeks, and I think it keeps trending lower." The euro gained 0.1% to $1.22325 on Tuesday, not far from a nearly five-month high of $1.2266 touched last week. The pair had climbed as high as 110.20 on Friday, following the inflation data.
Persons: Kevin Buckland TOKYO, Canada's, Jerome Powell, Randal Quarles, Lael Brainard, Joseph Capurso, Capurso, Kevin Buckland Organizations: Federal, British, Fed, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, U.S, RIC Locations: Tokyo
Dollar in doldrums as traders ponder Fed policy path; sterling soars
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The British pound rallied to a three-month peak at $1.425 while Canada's loonie hovered near a six-year top, amid market expectations for policy tightening in those countries. Australia's dollar rose for a second day to as high as $0.77605 ahead of a central bank announcement at 0430 GMT on Tuesday, although economists predict no change to monetary policy. "The U.S. dollar has been pretty heavy in the last few weeks, and I think it keeps trending lower." The euro gained 0.1% to $1.22325 on Tuesday, not far from a nearly five-month high of $1.2266 touched last week. The dollar fell for a second day against the yen>, weakening 0.2% to 109.375.
Persons: Canada's, Jerome Powell, Randal Quarles, Lael Brainard, Joseph Capurso, Capurso Organizations: Federal, British, Fed, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, U.S
Treasury yields tick up as investors digest higher inflation prints
  + stars: | 2021-06-01 | by ( Natasha Turak | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.93   time to read: +1 min
Bonds yields rose on Tuesday, as investors digested last week's inflation data and look ahead to Friday's all-important jobs report. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note ticked up to 1.6130%, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond rose to 2.2924%. Gold, which often is used as an inflation hedge, is still holding above a key level of $1,900. ISM manufacturing new orders, prices and employment for May are due Tuesday, as well as May's Dallas Fed Manufacturing Index. Looking ahead, investors are also eyeing Friday's jobs report.
Persons: April's, Lael Brainard, Randal Quarles Organizations: Treasury, Dallas Fed Manufacturing, Federal, Economic, of New, Politico Locations: of New York
Childcare, virus fears, and UI benefits are fueling the labor shortage, Fed Gov. The shortage will likely fade by the fall as vaccination continues and the UI benefit lapses, she added. Employment "remains far from [the Fed's] goal" but should pick up in the coming months, Brainard said. The phenomenon has since been referred to as a labor shortage, joining the various other supply bottlenecks hindering the economic recovery. It's difficult to "disentangle" any one of the factors from another, but all three should fade in the coming months, Brainard said.
Persons: Lael Brainard, Brainard Organizations: Federal, Economic, of New, Fed, COVID, Republican Locations: of New York
Central bank digital currencies differ from cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, which are decentralized and can fluctuate wildly in value. The dollar is also the dominant currency for cross-border transactions, and economies around the globe could be disrupted if a digital dollar were to become unstable. CAN THE FED CREATE A DIGITAL DOLLAR ON ITS OWN? Some lawmakers, including Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown, have expressed interest in a digital dollar as a way to improve financial inclusion. But Congress appears a long way from acting, and no official decision has been made yet on whether there will be a digital dollar.
Persons: Leah Millis, Jerome Powell, Governor Lael Brainard, Brainard, Powell, Sherrod Brown Organizations: Board, REUTERS, Federal Reserve, U.S ., Governor, Social Security, U.S, International Monetary Fund, Fed, Bank for International Settlements, Boston, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, CAN, Atlantic Council, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, United States, U.S, States, China, Beijing, Bahamas
The Fed keeps expanding its powers and that's making some people nervous
  + stars: | 2021-05-27 | by ( Jeff Cox | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
If this doesn't sound like your parents' Fed, or even legendary former Chairman Paul Volcker's, you're not alone. Powell and Yellen, who worked together on the Fed for nearly six years, now run the Fed and Treasury respectively. That's never happened before, and it's what has some on the Street nervous that the Fed may be tasked with implementing the White House's economic program. But there may well be political pressure on the Fed not to raise rates and not to reduce the size of the balance sheet." Powell repeatedly resisted Trump's rhetoric, though the Fed ultimately did start cutting rates after the economy slowed in late-2018.
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