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UBS predicts three Fed cuts in the rate of interest

The wealth giants from Switzerland, UBS have made a prediction of the Federal Reserve lowering the rates of interest thrice in the year 2020. This forecast is different in a wide manner from a lot of the other projections which have been calling for none or at the most one rate of interest cut in the year.

Their economist, Arend Kapteyn said this Tuesday that the tariffs which have been implemented during the trade war in between United States and China is going to drag the growth of United States to a level of only 0.5% year over year in 2020’s first half.

The last raise on the tariffs on goods from China by United States had taken place in the month of September as China followed up by increasing their own duty on a lot of the products from America. There was further increase which had been scheduled initially for the month of December however it was put off with both of the sides agreeing to come up with a phase one deal.

He said that the damage from these tariffs will be pushing the growth from United States down and that is going to trigger a few more cuts from the Fed which is a long way away from the general consensus and is not going to be believable for many.

He further noted that the officials of Fed had themselves show no inclination in making any of the moves with the meetings recently indicating that they are at a comfortable level of hold and would wait for a downshift in the data before they make an assessment of their position which UBS feels is going to happen.

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Editor In Chief At The Food Beverage News

Having a passion for writing has brought Ralph to the world of writing and is been connected with portal for 5 years now. He holds a Master of Science in Food Safety Regulation Degree and has an overall experience of 7 years in the field of writing. Ralph handles the Packaging domain of the portal with the other 4 team members and deals with writing articles are the updates to the packaging, labels, processes, and so on relating to the food and beverage sector. Ralph also conducts training sessions for the newbies of the team.

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