Market to Watch FOMC, Retail, CPI

Barnett, Chip
November 2000
Bond Buyer;11/14/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31017, p2
Trade Publication
Analyzes the effect on the economy by the decision of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) on interest rates, retail sales in October and the Consumer Price Index (CPI) forecast. Expectation that the FOMC will not increase or lower interest rates; Expectation that retail sales will increase 0.3% in October 2000; Expectation that the CPI will increase 0.2% in October.


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