Fed moves to a hawkish consensus, Executive Programme in Gold Reserves Management

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Commentary: Fed moves to a hawkish consensus

By Darrell Delamaide in Washington

At the Federal Reserve, the doves are flocking to the hawk side of the perch as a consensus grows that policy-makers should temper robust US growth with a steady increase in interest rates, reflecting strong growth, low unemployment and inflation approaching the Fed’s 2% target.

The 16 members of the Federal Open Market Committee have raised their expectations for US growth both this year and next, with Fed presidents citing a return to ‘conventional monetary policy-making of yesteryear’.

Read the full commentary on the website.

Meeting: Executive Programme in Gold Reserves Management in Singapore

Monday 26-Wednesday 28 November, Singapore

The Executive Programme in Gold Reserves Management is the World Gold Council’s flagship training programme for central bankers, sovereign funds and finance ministry officials. The three-day programme is led by distinguished scholars from the National University of Singapore Business School, experts from the World Gold Council, leading gold industry insiders and policy-makers from both central banks and international institutions.

Read more about the programme on the World Gold Council website, or email events@gold.org to apply.

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