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Rapid Fire: Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

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Rapid Fire: Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

It's already Wednesday, but there's still a busy rest of the week ahead of us:

 

Source: MarketWatch Source: MarketWatch
  • The FOMC announcement from the committee's October meeting will be released @ 2 pm EST. Very few expect the central bank to raise interest rates, though the Fed could signal that it is open to possibly making such a move in December.
  • The third GOP debate takes place tonight in Boulder, Colorado. With the field still rather large, CNBC will host the undercard debate at 6 pm EST and the main debate with the top 10 candidates in the polls in prime time at 8 pm. (Here's a few things to expect.)
  • Sweden's central bank plans more QE-style stimulus measures totaling 65 billion kronor ($7.6 billion) in response to expectations of more expansionary monetary policy by the European Central Bank (ECB). Sweden is not a member of the EU monetary union.

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  • Thursday is filled with important U.S. economic data, led by jobless claims and third-quarter GDP numbers released at 8:30 am. You can find more important data coming out (including the weekend) with the Econoday Economic Calendar.
  • U.S. Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI), the presumed soon-to-be Speaker of the House, says he intends to support the budget deal recently negotiated by Congress and the White House.

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Everett Millman

Everett Millman

Analyst, Commodities and Finance
Managing Editor

Everett has been the head content writer and market analyst at Gainesville Coins since 2013. He has a background in History and is deeply interested in how gold and silver have historically fit into the financial system.

In addition to blogging, Everett's work has been featured in CoinWeek, Advisor Perspectives, Wealth Management, Activist Post, and has been referenced by the Washington Post.

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