If you tuned into last week’s Week In Review you might remember me using the terms “hawkish” and “dovish” when discussing Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell’s testimony before Congress. While these terms are not new to anyone working in finance or closely follow the Federal Reserve (not sure how many people fall into this category), they are probably new to many of you. In this episode of The Whiteboard Series, I spend a few minutes breaking down what is meant when comments from the Federal Reserve are described as “hawkish” or “dovish”.
I know it’s been a little while since I’ve done a Whiteboard video, but rest assure I’ll be bringing them back with greater frequency. And yes, the boys will be joining me as well.
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