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FedEx just launched a warning that investors may not be able to ignore

If Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is looking for a joyous global growth anecdote before announcing his policy on Wednesday, FedEx's results may come as a bitter disappointment.


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from the parcel delivery service, widely perceived as a manifestation of global economic activity, hit a hit after sales and adjusted earnings did not reach Wall Street's ratings and FedEx cut Fiscal profit for 2019 for the second consecutive quarter.

"The slowdown in international macroeconomic conditions and weaker global growth trends continues as we see in the annual decline in our international FedEx Express earnings," said Alan Graff, the Chief Financial Officer, who noted all boxes for our 1

9459008 day call with its grim summary of the company's conference call after the market ended on Tuesday.

Note that the strategies have highlighted the continuing momentum on the stock exchange depends in part on the upcoming season of the first quarter. If things turn a bit, Graf's words may come back to pursue us in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, FedEx Chief Executive Fred Smith talks about encouraging signs of domestic business in an interview later Tuesday, and some "green shootouts" from the international side. But there was an objection.

"There is no doubt that if there is no solution to Brexit and some sort of resolution of the trade dispute between the US and China, it is unlikely [we will] to see much global growth through our fiscal 2020 or calendar 2019," said Smith Jim Cramer from CNBC By the end of Tuesday.

While Brexit remains a complete mess, a worrisome trade title rose to Tuesday, with a report that China may reject some of its commercial promises. So far Wednesday, FedEx does not seem to delay the mood for the stock, but this is probably due to the fact that investors are focused on the outcome of the Fed meeting and the Powell press conference, which is expected to hold on to the dominating status quo.

"The global supply chain remains under intense pressure and the market continues to ignore it because of" global political panic "by central banks," said Steen Jakobsen, Chief Investment Officer at Saxo Bank. He notes that the correlations between the "fundamentals" and the stock markets are the lowest for a month, referring to the chart of Nordea, which makes the circles:

Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and his crew will release a solution later on Wednesday and the general markets are waiting for a long tone, although some say that if the central bank bends too far in this direction, investors will panic that perhaps the global outlook is dangerous and directs itself to The final word is refers to the president of Seabreeze's partner Doug Cass, whose note to customers on Tuesday touched on the topic investors are saying , while Rome burns. He says they ignore fixed-income markets where the yield on the 10-year Treasury note

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declined below 2.6%. As a rule, the decline in long-term bond yields can be seen as a reflection of less confidence in the economy.

"Bond yields and bonds scream that the trajectory of global economic growth will disappoint the consensus expectations. The message on the fixed income market is currently being ignored by stock investors, "Cass said.



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S & P 500

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and Nasdaq

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Futures diverge to the south as the Fed's exit rises. Shares lost steam at the end of the session on Tuesday, leaving Dow

DJIA, -0.44%

and S & P 500

SPX, -0.28%

Down and Nasdaq

COMP, -0.11%

up a bit.

The dollar

DXY, + 0.06%

is also stable while gold

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and crude

CLJ9, -0.36%

are down. The yield on the 10-year Treasury

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are mostly lower, while in Asia the shares had a weak session.

The chart

While stocks have risen since the beginning of the year, investors have obviously concealed a number of concerns. This is at least the Cboe Volatility Index, also known as VIX

VIX, + 3.98%

which measures the future volatility and anxiety in the market. VIX sank below 12.5 on Tuesday, a level that has not been seen for months, although it has not stayed for too long.

This around 12th for VIX is below the historical average of 19.28, but has reached more than 36 during the Christmas stock sale in the 1970s and 80s during the financial crisis.

Read: Should stock market investors watch out for a volatility pickup?

The stock market moves higher without too much bumps and dropping the VIX spell to some. But our chart of the day by a graphics enthusiast, known in Twitter as Oddstats, highlights the dangers of using VIX for market time. His chart shows some strong rallies for the S & P 500 when VIX saw a downturn similar to the one on Tuesday.

Opinion: Prepare for the next jump in VIX

] There was better news for General Mills revenue

GM, -2.61%

whose shares reached a height of 1 year after defeating forecasts and lifting the prospect.

alphabet of

GOOGL, + 0.66%

Google and Nvidia

NVDA, -0.02%

revealed different versions of the video game future of the San Francisco Game Developer Conference. Meanwhile, the alphabet is struck by another fine in the EU, this time 1.69 billion dollars to restrict ads on third-party sites.


AAPL, -0.25%

has a team of athletes working on a service that will offer sports accents. Nvidia registered the largest closure for four months after the products were presented to the Convention

The Max, which crashed last year, was saved yesterday by a pilot outside the service, who found that the flight control system was not functioning properly and helped the crew to deactivates it, reports Bloomberg.

Cap. Sullenberger: "Our Reliability As Leaders in Aviation Is Damaged"

Excitement Over

LYFT, + 0.00%

already overwritten IPO may push shares beyond the offer price on Friday.


BAYN, -11.23%

fell in Europe after the jury found that the cross-plant caused man's cancer and will now determine if its Monsanto unit should be held accountable

] Read: The lawyers who took Big Tobacco are looking for property brokers and their 6% fee

The Economy

We will receive a Fed announcement at 2am. East, with President Jerome Powell thereafter. The central bank is expected to stick to its hospitable view, but not to report a reduction in the interest rate. See our review here.

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