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The Fed issues first 0.5% rate hike since 2000

On May 4, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) raised the Federal Funds rate by 50 basis points (half a percent)—an increment not seen in two decades. Additionally, the Fed announced that it will start shrinking the central bank's balance sheet in June. Through this process, known as quantitative tightening, the Fed will let the bonds that it holds mature and "roll off" its balance sheet, reducing the money supply in the U.S. economy and scaling back the economic stimulus it provided during the COVID-19 pandemic.

2022 Economic and Market Outlook

BOK Financial’s investment management team provides perspective on the year ahead and discusses their outlook on key issues affecting the economy and financial markets.

Insights and Resources

FOMC Institutes First Rate Hike Since 2018

Market Volatility? Keep Calm and Carry On.

Fed Reaction to Lingering Inflation

Market Reactions to Omicron Variant

Analysis of Federal Reserve’s Latest Moves

SEC Approves First Bitcoin Futures-Backed ETF

Insights on Supply Chain and Labor Woes

Potential Tax Implications of Infrastructure Plan

Employment and Price Stability

Wyett Addresses Growing Inflation Concerns

Is Inflation Just Around the Corner?

Consumers Coming Back

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