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Newsmax
Dollar May Be Hurt By Global Investors Overreacting to 'Political Noise'will be interesting to see what the Fed will tell us Wednesday. We should not
Newsmax / Posted an hour ago
will be interesting to see what the Fed will tell us Wednesday. We should not overlook the fact that the global tilt of central banks being biased to tighten remains for the time being in place. Considering how much inflation has risen over the... Read more
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Reuters
That was fun; now comes the slowdownfollowing the financial crisis. "Consumers are getting to the point now when d
Reuters / Posted an hour ago
following the financial crisis. "Consumers are getting to the point now when debt levels are starting to rise, and with central banks increasingly moving in the direction ... of tightening, then that could start to act as a brake on economic... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Trader Tells 'New' Volatility-Sellers: "Come On In, The Water's Warm"down the price of options, why not take advantage of their greed? After all, t
Zero Hedge / Posted an hour ago
down the price of options, why not take advantage of their greed? After all, the financial system is extremely unstable. Central Banks are trying to keep markets docile, but the longer they suppress volatility, the greater the ultimate reaction... Read more
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CNBC
Here's why flawed Western economic models are undermining the worst global recovery in historyincrease interest rates, with financial markets expecting it to approve one mor
CNBC / Posted 2 hours ago
increase interest rates, with financial markets expecting it to approve one more rate hike this year. In addition, other central banks are pulling the reins on bond-buying and other liquidity programs aimed at injecting cash into their respective... Read more
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Business Wire
Regions Reports Second Quarter 2017 Earnings from Continuing Operations of $301 Million, up 18 Percent over the Prior Year, and Earnings Per Share of $0.25, up 25 Percentchanges in trade, monetary and fiscal policies of, and other activities underta
Business Wire / Posted 4 hours ago
changes in trade, monetary and fiscal policies of, and other activities undertaken by, governments, agencies, central banks and similar organizations, which could have a material adverse effect on our earnings. The effects of a... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Euro surge prompts stocks pausea period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 hours ago
a period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and signs that several of the world's major central banks were determined to tighten monetary policy soon. Thursday's meeting of the European Central Bank did just... Read more
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Herald Sun
Euro surge prompts stocks pausea period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and
Herald Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
a period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and signs that several of the world's major central banks were determined to tighten monetary policy soon. Thursday's meeting of the European Central Bank did just... Read more
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Weekly Times
Euro surge prompts stocks pausea period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and
Weekly Times / Posted 5 hours ago
a period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and signs that several of the world's major central banks were determined to tighten monetary policy soon. Thursday's meeting of the European Central Bank did just... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Euro surge prompts stocks pausea period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
a period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and signs that several of the world's major central banks were determined to tighten monetary policy soon. Thursday's meeting of the European Central Bank did just... Read more
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News.com.au
Euro surge prompts stocks pausea period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and
News.com.au / Posted 5 hours ago
a period of jitters spurred by concerns over the pace of US economic growth and signs that several of the world's major central banks were determined to tighten monetary policy soon. Thursday's meeting of the European Central Bank did just... Read more
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EuroNews
BOJ blames Japan's unique labor practice for low wages, inflationpotential growth heightens, it said. The disparity between strong growth and lo
EuroNews / Posted 5 hours ago
potential growth heightens, it said. The disparity between strong growth and low inflation is a common puzzle for global central banks though the problem is more pronounced in Japan, where inflation remains ground to a halt despite four years of... Read more
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The Star
Euro jumps to two-year highs against the US dollarby market expectations that the Bank of Japan will keep its massive stimulus pr
The Star / Posted 5 hours ago
by market expectations that the Bank of Japan will keep its massive stimulus programme in place far longer than other major central banks amid stubbornly weak inflation. The Australian dollar plunged after a top central banker said on Friday that... Read more
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Business Standard India
Global markets: Euro at two-year high, Asian shares barely budgedial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
Business Standard India / Posted 6 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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Weekly Times
NZ dollar stages recoveryAustralian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Gu
Weekly Times / Posted 7 hours ago
Australian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle underscored "the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase" and talked... Read more
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7h
Reuters
Japan's household spending seen rising for first time since February 2016Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Thursday but once again pushed bac
Reuters / Posted 7 hours ago
Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Thursday but once again pushed back the timing for achieving its ambitious inflation target, reinforcing views it will lag well behind other major central banks in scaling back its massive stimulus progr... Read more
7h
Reuters
BOJ blames Japan's unique labor practice for low wages, inflationpotential growth heightens, it said. The disparity between strong growth and l
Reuters / Posted 7 hours ago
potential growth heightens, it said. The disparity between strong growth and low inflation is a common puzzle for global central banks though the problem is more pronounced in Japan, where inflation remains ground to a halt despite four years of... Read more
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News.com.au
NZ dollar stages recoveryAustralian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Gu
News.com.au / Posted 7 hours ago
Australian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle underscored "the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase" and talked... Read more
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The Economic Times
So who is this Rajinikanth driving equity markets to new peaks daily?complacency seeping in among investors about the global central bankers’ Put. T
The Economic Times / Posted 7 hours ago
complacency seeping in among investors about the global central bankers’ Put. This combination of lower interest rates and central banks rushing in to support the market and economy at every downfall is creating lower volatility,” Shah said. Good... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Debts That Cannot Be Paid Will Not Bethe report also indicated that while the financial sector debt issuance—althoug
Naked Capitalism / Posted 7 hours ago
the report also indicated that while the financial sector debt issuance—although supplanted by money created by major central banks—has moderated in recent years, the total global debt of the non-financial sector has continued to grow and hit... Read more
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Perth Now
NZ dollar stages recoveryAustralian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Gu
Perth Now / Posted 7 hours ago
Australian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle underscored "the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase" and talked... Read more
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The Courier Mail
NZ dollar stages recoveryAustralian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Gu
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
Australian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle underscored "the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase" and talked... Read more
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NZCity
NZ dollar stages recoveryAustralian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Gu
NZCity / Posted 7 hours ago
Australian dollar lost ground when Reserve Bank of Australia deputy governor Guy Debelle underscored "the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase" and talked... Read more
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7h
The Irish Times
Dollar near two-year lows against euro after Draghi commentsby market expectations that the Bank of Japan will keep its massive stimulus pr
The Irish Times / Posted 7 hours ago
by market expectations that the Bank of Japan will keep its massive stimulus programme in place far longer than other major central banks amid stubbornly weak inflation. On Thursday, the BOJ kept monetary policy steady as expected and postponed the... Read more
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8h
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
RBA hoses down rate-hike talk and Australian dollarbelow the RBA's theoretical neutral rate was not that unusual. It has been that
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 hours ago
below the RBA's theoretical neutral rate was not that unusual. It has been that way since 2012. The problem for central banks, including the RBA, is they are not getting the same bang-for-their-buck when cutting rates to historic... Read more
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10h
iol.co.za
GLOBAL- Euro at two-year high, Asian shares barely budgedial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
iol.co.za / Posted 10 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian dollar stung by RBA's interest rate commentsrate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 hours ago
rate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other parts of the world, the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase," Reserve... Read more
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WA Today
Australian dollar stung by RBA's interest rate commentsrate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other
WA Today / Posted 10 hours ago
rate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other parts of the world, the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase," Reserve... Read more
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The Age
Australian dollar stung by RBA's interest rate commentsrate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other
The Age / Posted 10 hours ago
rate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other parts of the world, the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase," Reserve... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian dollar stung by RBA's interest rate commentsrate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
rate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other parts of the world, the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase," Reserve... Read more
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Business Standard India
Euro at two-year high, Asian shares barely budgea three-week low of 111.48 yen even after the Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko
Business Standard India / Posted 10 hours ago
a three-week low of 111.48 yen even after the Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda dropped no hint of following other central banks in curtailing many years of stimulus. While the euro gained sharply on Draghi's comments, global bond markets... Read more
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11h
CNBC
Australian central banker says there's no automatic reason to follow global rate hikesrate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other
CNBC / Posted 11 hours ago
rate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other parts of the world, the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase," RBA... Read more
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Reuters
Australia central bank: no automatic reason to follow global rate hikesrate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other
Reuters / Posted 11 hours ago
rate in Australia did not need to decline to the very low levels seen in other parts of the world, the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase," RBA... Read more
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The Economic Times
Euro at 2-year high, Asian shares barely budgedial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
The Economic Times / Posted 11 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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11h
The Economic Times
Dollar near two-year lows vs euro after Draghi commentslosses against the yen were mitigated by market expectations that the Bank of J
The Economic Times / Posted 11 hours ago
losses against the yen were mitigated by market expectations that the Bank of Japan will lag well behind other major central banks in scaling back its massive stimulus programme. Concerns over low inflation will likely keep the Federal... Read more
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The Economic Times
Gold steady, on track for second straight weekly gainpushed back the timing for achieving its ambitious inflation target, reinforcin
The Economic Times / Posted 11 hours ago
pushed back the timing for achieving its ambitious inflation target, reinforcing views it will lag well behind other major central banks in scaling back its massive stimulus programme. Expectations are firming for major central banks to turn... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
'NO SIGNIFICANCE': RBA official suggests markets over-reacted to its rates comments this weekrates. In a speech entitled “Global Influences on Domestic Monetary Policy”, D
Business Insider Australia / Posted 11 hours ago
rates. In a speech entitled “Global Influences on Domestic Monetary Policy”, Debelle said that “the fact that other central banks increase their policy rates does not automatically mean that the policy rate here needs to increase”, adding... Read more
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TribLIVE
U.S. stocks waver as earnings, central banks dominate | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville
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| TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only U.S. stocks... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Euro at two-year high, Asian shares barely budgedial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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The Star
Asian shares barely budge, euro at two-year highdial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
The Star / Posted 12 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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Financial News Network
Altrinsic Global Equities Trust - Monthly Report June 2017to treat breast cancer versus Herceptin alone, disappointed the market. · Mate
Financial News Network / Posted 13 hours ago
to treat breast cancer versus Herceptin alone, disappointed the market. · Materials holding Kinross Gold underperformed on the back of lower gold prices, which declined due to speculation that central banks will further tighten monetary po... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Euro at 2-year high, Asian markets updial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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Herald Sun
Euro at 2-year high, Asian markets updial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
Herald Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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13h
Weekly Times
Euro at 2-year high, Asian markets updial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
Weekly Times / Posted 13 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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13h
The Courier Mail
Euro at 2-year high, Asian markets updial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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13h
The Courier Mail
Major central banks to turn up policy heatExpectations are firming for major central banks to turn further away from ultr
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
Expectations are firming for major central banks to turn further away from ultra-easy monetary policy despite scant evidence of a pickup in inflation, Reuters polls of more than 500 economists show. One striking conclusion from surveys covering more... Read more
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News.com.au
Euro at 2-year high, Asian markets updial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
News.com.au / Posted 13 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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13h
CNBC
Gold steady, on track for second straight weekly gainpushed back the timing for achieving its ambitious inflation target, reinforcin
CNBC / Posted 13 hours ago
pushed back the timing for achieving its ambitious inflation target, reinforcing views it will lag well behind other major central banks in scaling back its massive stimulus program. Expectations are firming for major central banks to turn further... Read more
13h
Reuters
Euro at two-year high, Asian shares barely budgedial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have pr
Reuters / Posted 13 hours ago
dial back its bond buying scheme. Signs of steady global growth, which have prompted the ECB and a couple of other major central banks to signal future tightening since last month, have kept the world's shares on firm footing. MSCI's broadest... Read more
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13h
Business Insider Australia
It looks like markets misinterpreted the RBA's chat about neutral interest rate settingsassessment of economic conditions in the past month. This is particularly the c
Business Insider Australia / Posted 13 hours ago
assessment of economic conditions in the past month. This is particularly the case for the RBA board, which unlike other central banks, is not comprised of professional economists,” she said in a note following the release of the minutes. As... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Why The Stock Market's Rise Isn't Just A Trump Rallyas a dangerous stock market bubble, though Siegel isn't one of them. That fear
KERA North Texas / Posted 14 hours ago
as a dangerous stock market bubble, though Siegel isn't one of them. That fear is largely connected to the huge stimulus central banks have injected into the global economy since the financial crisis. The concern is that lots of that money has... Read more
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