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US Dollar Whipsaws Around Fed Chair Powell's Jackson Hole Speech

US Dollar Whipsaws Around Fed Chair Powell's Jackson Hole Speech

2019-08-23 14:15:00
Christopher Vecchio, CFA, Senior Strategist
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Jackson Hole Talking Points:

  • Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s speech behind closed doors at the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium has neither surprised nor disappointed market participants.
  • In saying “we will act as appropriate to sustain the expansion,” Fed Chair Powell has more or less confirmed that markets are correct in anticipating another rate cut in September.
  • The US Dollar declined slightly after Fed Chair Powell’s remarks, with US equities rallying and gold prices falling back slightly.

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's speech at the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium can't be considered anything other than a 'dud.' The ballyhooed speech, on the heels of topsy turvy month in financial markets thanks to twists and turns in the US-China trade war, provided neither relief nor repression for market participants seeking clarity over the near-term rate cut path.

Saying the US economy faces "significant risks," Fed Chair Powell made clear that the FOMC will not be able to fully offset the impact of the US-China trade war, but will "act as appropriate to sustain the expansion."

Noting that "monetary policy has no rulebook" for trade, Fed Chair Powell clearly wanted to give the FOMC plenty of wriggle room - policy optionality, if you will - to adjust course in the event of unexpected developments in the US-China trade war.

The milquetoast speech was more or less in line with expectations ahead of time, as rates markets were only pricing in a 2% chance of a 50-bps rate cut at the September Fed meeting.

Read more: US Dollar Looks to Jackson Hole for Fed Rate Cut Clues - Central Bank Weekly

US Dollar (DXY Index) Technical Analysis: 1-minute Price Chart (August 23, 2019 Intraday) (Chart 1)

US Dollar Whipsaws Around Fed Chair Powell's Jackson Hole Speech

Following the release of Fed Chair Powell’s pre-scheduled remarks, the DXY Index initially gained ground from 98.32 to as high as 98.37 thereafter. However, at the time this report was written, the DXY Index was trading slightly lower, at 98.24. Needless to say, market participants are neither surprised nor disappointed with Fed Chair Powell – as was anticipated in the Jackson Hole preview.

Read more: Gold Prices Maintain Uptrend, Eye Continuation Effort Around Jackson Hole

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--- Written by Christopher Vecchio, CFA, Senior Currency Strategist

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