In March her GDP forecast was 2.2%, but now it is 2%. The labor market improvement "slowed markedly, while growth economic activity picked up," she said. So, we are mixed.
Another important thing to note that during the press conference, Janet Yellen said that if there is a "future large adverse shock," she must "lower rates." Adverse shock? What could that be? Then, a reporter asked the question concerning Brexit (a shock). And this is the "headwind" she was referring to.
There are other fundamental things that we can discuss, but it is the end of the week. On Saturday evening, I will be more prepared and fully loaded with my weekly predictions of the economic calendar.
For now, let the price speak for itself and confirm what we see on the charts: https://i.gyazo.com/d0d0fcb5ebcf7334893da897405eee61.png