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Newsmax
Greece and Europe Could Jolt Global Markets Once AgainWhatever comes out of today's January U.S. job situation numbers, it might be g
Greece and Europe Could Jolt Global Markets Once Again
Newsmax / Posted 8 hours ago
Whatever comes out of today's January U.S. job situation numbers, it might be good to remember what Fed Chair Janet Yellen said at the start of December, “The economy needs to create just under 100,000 jobs a month to keep up with growth in the... Read more
14h
Times of Malta
Weaker dollar gives boost to commodities and lifts equitiesGlobal equity markets rose yesterday as diminished expectations of US interest
Weaker dollar gives boost to commodities and lifts equities
Times of Malta / Posted 14 hours ago
Global equity markets rose yesterday as diminished expectations of US interest rate hikes this year pushed the dollar lower, which in turned boosted the prices of commodities. The dollar fell for a fourth day on the latest batch of soft US data,... Read more
16h
New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ dollar slips from month-high ahead of US payrolls; Fed rate hikes questionedThe New Zealand dollar fell from a month-high ahead of employment data in the U
NZ dollar slips from month-high ahead of US payrolls; Fed rate hikes questioned
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 16 hours ago
The New Zealand dollar fell from a month-high ahead of employment data in the US that may give investors more clarity on how much time the US Federal Reserve will take to raise interest rates again. The kiwi traded at 66.93 US cents at 5pm in... Read more
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21h
Business Spectator
Aust stocks open weakerThe Australian sharemarket looks set to finish a volatile week on a sour note,
Aust stocks open weaker
Business Spectator / Posted 21 hours ago
The Australian sharemarket looks set to finish a volatile week on a sour note, with the bourse slipping in early trade following a choppy global trading session overnight and as oil prices bounced wildly. At the 10.15am (AEDT) official market open,... Read more
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21h
The Courier Mail
Aust stocks open weakerMarket looks set to end week on sour note after failing to sustain previous ses
Aust stocks open weaker
The Courier Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
Market looks set to end week on sour note after failing to sustain previous session’s strong gains. The Australian sharemarket looks set to finish a volatile week on a sour note, with the bourse slipping in early trade following a choppy global... Read more
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23h
Perth Now
Dollar breaks 72 US centsOvernight, the US dollar index fell to a three-month low. THE Australian dolla
Dollar breaks 72 US cents
Perth Now / Posted 23 hours ago
Overnight, the US dollar index fell to a three-month low. THE Australian dollar has breached 72 US cents after the greenback suffered a fourth straight day of losses. At 0700 AEDT on Friday, the local unit was trading at 72.03 US cents, up from... Read more
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23h
Northern Star
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoilShare markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few day
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil
Northern Star / Posted 23 hours ago
Share markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few days. There was less of a clear direction overnight. Share indices in Europe gained with the German DAX the exception. US shares tracked sideways. The Dow ended 0.5%... Read more
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23h
The Daily Mercury
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoilShare markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few day
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
Share markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few days. There was less of a clear direction overnight. Share indices in Europe gained with the German DAX the exception. US shares tracked sideways. The Dow ended 0.5%... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoilShare markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few day
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Share markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few days. There was less of a clear direction overnight. Share indices in Europe gained with the German DAX the exception. US shares tracked sideways. The Dow ended 0.5%... Read more
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Queensland Times
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoilShare markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few day
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
Share markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few days. There was less of a clear direction overnight. Share indices in Europe gained with the German DAX the exception. US shares tracked sideways. The Dow ended 0.5%... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoilShare markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few day
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
Share markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few days. There was less of a clear direction overnight. Share indices in Europe gained with the German DAX the exception. US shares tracked sideways. The Dow ended 0.5%... Read more
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News Mail
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoilShare markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few day
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil
News Mail / Posted yesterday
Share markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few days. There was less of a clear direction overnight. Share indices in Europe gained with the German DAX the exception. US shares tracked sideways. The Dow ended 0.5%... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoilShare markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few day
Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
Share markets had a quieter session after the wild swings over the past few days. There was less of a clear direction overnight. Share indices in Europe gained with the German DAX the exception. US shares tracked sideways. The Dow ended 0.5%... Read more
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TheBull
$A breaks 72 US cents on greenback routThe Australian dollar has breached 72 US cents after the greenback suffered a f
$A breaks 72 US cents on greenback rout
TheBull / Posted yesterday
The Australian dollar has breached 72 US cents after the greenback suffered a fourth straight day of losses. At 0700 AEDT on Friday, the local unit was trading at 72.03 US cents, up from 71.72 cents on Thursday. The currency surged to a one-month... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Dollar breaks 72 US centsOvernight, the US dollar index fell to a three-month low. THE Australian dolla
Dollar breaks 72 US cents
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Overnight, the US dollar index fell to a three-month low. THE Australian dollar has breached 72 US cents after the greenback suffered a fourth straight day of losses. At 0700 AEDT on Friday, the local unit was trading at 72.03 US cents, up from... Read more
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1d
Zero Hedge
"HY Primary Markets Are All But Shut" - What Keeps BofA's Junk Bond Analyst Up At NightWe’ve written quite a bit about US O&G producers’ dependence on capital markets
"HY Primary Markets Are All But Shut" - What Keeps BofA's Junk Bond Analyst Up At Night
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
We’ve written quite a bit about US O&G producers’ dependence on capital markets to plug funding gaps. In short, the entire space is free cash flow negative, which means without access to liquidity, the whole thing falls apart. That, Citi wrote last... Read more
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Business Spectator
Aust dollar jumps past US72cThe Australian dollar has breached US72c after the greenback suffered a fourth
Aust dollar jumps past US72c
Business Spectator / Posted yesterday
The Australian dollar has breached US72c after the greenback suffered a fourth straight day of losses. At 7am (AEDT), the local unit was trading at US72.03c, up from US71.72c on Thursday. The currency surged to a one-month high of US72.43c earlier... Read more
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1d
NZCity
NZ dollar hits fresh monthly highThe New Zealand dollar hit a new month-high as doubts grow as to whether the Fe
NZ dollar hits fresh monthly high
NZCity / Posted yesterday
The New Zealand dollar hit a new month-high as doubts grow as to whether the Federal Reserve will continue hiking interest rates this year, damping demand for the greenback. The kiwi touched 67.46 US cents, and was trading at 67.25 cents at 8am in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Dollar breaks 72 US centsAustralian dollar breaks 72 US cents on greenback rout | DailyTelegraph Search
Dollar breaks 72 US cents
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Australian dollar breaks 72 US cents on greenback rout | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Overnight, the US dollar index fell to a three-month low. THE... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ dollar hits fresh monthly high as doubts grow about Fed rate hikesThe New Zealand dollar hit a new month-high as doubts grow as to whether the Fe
NZ dollar hits fresh monthly high as doubts grow about Fed rate hikes
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted yesterday
The New Zealand dollar hit a new month-high as doubts grow as to whether the Federal Reserve will continue hiking interest rates this year, damping demand for the greenback. The kiwi touched 67.46USc and was trading at 67.25USc at 8am in Wellington,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZ dollar hits fresh monthly high as doubts grow about Fed rate hikesThe kiwi touched 67.46 US cents, and was trading at 67.25 cents at 8am in Welli
NZ dollar hits fresh monthly high as doubts grow about Fed rate hikes
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
The kiwi touched 67.46 US cents, and was trading at 67.25 cents at 8am in Wellington, from 66.67 cents at 5pm yesterday. The New Zealand dollar hit a new month-high as doubts grow as to whether the Federal Reserve will continue hiking interest rates... Read more
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1d
Channel NewsAsia
Fed's 'accommodation' outrun by tightening creditWASHINGTON: Even as the Federal Reserve began raising interest rates in Decembe
Fed's 'accommodation' outrun by tightening credit
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
WASHINGTON: Even as the Federal Reserve began raising interest rates in December its message was clear: it wanted to keep monetary conditions loose and felt the United States still needed accommodation to keep a modest recovery underway. Now,... Read more
1d
Zero Hedge
The Full Summary Of U.S. Banks' Energy And Commodity ExposureAs this website exclusively reported three weeks ago, under explicit guidance b
The Full Summary Of U.S. Banks' Energy And Commodity Exposure
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
As this website exclusively reported three weeks ago, under explicit guidance by the Dallas Fed and associated regulatory pressure, US lenders have been instructed to not only not accelerate energy company counterparty defaults but to suspend energy... Read more
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Reuters
Fed's 'accommodation' outrun by tightening creditSnow covers the grounds of the U.S. Federal Reserve in Washington January 26, 2
Fed's 'accommodation' outrun by tightening credit
Reuters / Posted yesterday
Snow covers the grounds of the U.S. Federal Reserve in Washington January 26, 2016. WASHINGTON Even as the Federal Reserve began raising interest rates in December its message was clear: it wanted to keep monetary conditions loose and felt the... Read more
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Market Watch
U.S. stock futures point to further gains as oil ralliesWall Street stocks were set for another day in positive territory on Thursday,
U.S. stock futures point to further gains as oil rallies
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
Wall Street stocks were set for another day in positive territory on Thursday, with a continued rally in oil prices and a slumping dollar helping to fuel an upbeat investment mood. Later in the day, weekly jobless claims and factory orders, among... Read more
2d
Zero Hedge
Goldman Capitulates: Revises Fed Call, No Longer Expects A March Rate HikeAnother day, another Goldman prediction fiasco, and no, we are not talking abou
Goldman Capitulates: Revises Fed Call, No Longer Expects A March Rate Hike
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
Another day, another Goldman prediction fiasco, and no, we are not talking about the stop out of the firm's Top Trade for 2016, namely the long USDJPY, short EURUSD (although that should happen any minute) - we are talking about that perpetual... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bill Gross Trolls "Addled, Impotent" Central Bankers, Asks "How's It Workin' For Ya?"It's no secret that trillions in global QE and the descent into the NIRP twilig
Bill Gross Trolls "Addled, Impotent" Central Bankers, Asks "How's It Workin' For Ya?"
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
It's no secret that trillions in global QE and the descent into the NIRP twilight zone have done very little to resuscitate global growth and trade in the wake of the crisis. Indeed, eight years on and the world is mired in subpar growth and faces a... Read more
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Zero Hedge
San Francisco Fed Apologizes For "Iowa Is... Iowa" Twitter DebacleIn mid-January, just as the market was crashing due to among other things conce
San Francisco Fed Apologizes For "Iowa Is... Iowa" Twitter Debacle
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
In mid-January, just as the market was crashing due to among other things concerns that the economy was prolapsing, we had a brief exchange with the Atlanta Fed asking them why they waited until the after the close of trading to report that its Q1... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Meet Your "Apolitical" Federal ReserveMoments after the "disestablishment" Ted Cruz (even if Goldman may have a lien
Meet Your "Apolitical" Federal Reserve
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 days ago
Moments after the "disestablishment" Ted Cruz (even if Goldman may have a lien or two on said disestablishmentarianism), was announced to be the winner of the Iowa Caucus, a most unexpected commentator appeared among the flood of the otherwise... Read more
4d
Channel NewsAsia
Cheap oil won't juice the US economy this time: Reuters pollWASHINGTON: U.S. consumers are cautious about spending their windfall from chea
Cheap oil won't juice the US economy this time: Reuters poll
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
WASHINGTON: U.S. consumers are cautious about spending their windfall from cheap gasoline and are saving more, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll and official data, suggesting low oil prices are less of a boon for the U.S. economy than in the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Key Events In The Coming "Payrolls" WeekAfter last week's relatively quiet, on macro data if not central bank news, wee
Key Events In The Coming "Payrolls" Week
Zero Hedge / Posted 4 days ago
After last week's relatively quiet, on macro data if not central bank news, week the newsflow picks up with the usual global PMI survey to start, and end the week with the US January payrolls report. Here is a closer look at what to expect via... Read more
4d
Reuters
Cheap oil less of a boon for U.S. growth than in the pastGasoline drips off a nozzle during refueling at a gas station in Altadena, Cali
Cheap oil less of a boon for U.S. growth than in the past
Reuters / Posted 4 days ago
Gasoline drips off a nozzle during refueling at a gas station in Altadena, California March 24, 2012. Picture taken March 24, 2012. WASHINGTONU.S. consumers are cautious about spending their windfall from cheap gasoline and are saving more,... Read more
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Reuters
Cheap oil less of a boon for US growth than in the pastWASHINGTON Feb 1 U.S. consumers are cautious about spending their windfall from
Cheap oil less of a boon for US growth than in the past
Reuters / Posted 4 days ago
WASHINGTON Feb 1 U.S. consumers are cautious about spending their windfall from cheap gasoline and are saving more, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll and official data, suggesting low oil prices are less of a boon for the U.S. economy than in the... Read more
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Zawya
PRECIOUS-Gold steadies after best month in a yearCommoditiesPRECIOUS-Gold steadies after best month in a year MANILA, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Go
PRECIOUS-Gold steadies after best month in a yearCommodities
Zawya / Posted 4 days ago
PRECIOUS-Gold steadies after best month in a year MANILA, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Gold steadied at the start of the month on Monday, supported by slower U.S. fourth-quarter economic growth, after ending January with its biggest monthly gain in a... Read more
4d
SKY News Business RSS
Gold lifts on BOJ moveGold has edged higher following data showing US economic growth braked sharply
Gold lifts on BOJ move
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 4 days ago
Gold has edged higher following data showing US economic growth braked sharply in the fourth quarter and the price of the precious metal was on track for its biggest monthly rise in a year after global economic headwinds hit riskier assets. The... Read more
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5d
Sky News Australia
Gold lifts on BOJ moveGold has edged higher following data showing US economic growth braked sharply
Gold lifts on BOJ move
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 days ago
Gold has edged higher following data showing US economic growth braked sharply in the fourth quarter and the price of the precious metal was on track for its biggest monthly rise in a year after global economic headwinds hit riskier assets. The... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Gold lifts on B0J move Gold has edged higher following data showing US economic growth braked sharpl
Gold lifts on B0J move
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Gold has edged higher following data showing US economic growth braked sharply in the fourth quarter and the price of the precious metal was on track for its biggest monthly rise in a year after global economic headwinds hit... Read more
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5d
Zero Hedge
The Fed's Next Surprise MoveThe Federal Reserve seems to have been caught off-guard by the recent turmoil o
The Fed's Next Surprise Move
Zero Hedge / Posted 5 days ago
The Federal Reserve seems to have been caught off-guard by the recent turmoil on the markets. As the Chinese economic growth seems to be slowing down, all of the Western central banks need to re-think their plans, and the Federal Reserve will have to... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Dallas Fed "Responds" To Zero Hedge FOIA RequestTwo weeks ago, Zero Hedge reported an exclusive story corroborated by at least
Dallas Fed "Responds" To Zero Hedge FOIA Request
Zero Hedge / Posted 6 days ago
Two weeks ago, Zero Hedge reported an exclusive story corroborated by at least two independent sources, in which we informed our readers that members of the Dallas Federal Reserve had met with bank lenders with distressed loan exposure to the US oil... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a yearThe US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Ji
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a year
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
The US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Jim Rice Gold edged higher on Friday after US data showed economic growth braked sharply in the fourth quarter and the price of the precious metal was on track for its... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a yearThe US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Ji
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a year
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
The US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Jim Rice Gold edged higher on Friday after US data showed economic growth braked sharply in the fourth quarter and the price of the precious metal was on track for its... Read more
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WA Today
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a yearThe US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Ji
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a year
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
The US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Jim Rice Gold edged higher on Friday after US data showed economic growth braked sharply in the fourth quarter and the price of the precious metal was on track for its... Read more
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The Age
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a yearThe US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Ji
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a year
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
The US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Jim Rice Gold edged higher on Friday after US data showed economic growth braked sharply in the fourth quarter and the price of the precious metal was on track for its... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a yearThe US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Ji
Gold set for biggest monthly gain in a year
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
The US economy's performance has helped bring gold back in to favour. Photo: Jim Rice Gold edged higher on Friday after US data showed economic growth braked sharply in the fourth quarter and the price of the precious metal was on track for its... Read more
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7d
Market Watch
Fed’s Fischer to get opportunity to clear up central bank messageFed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer (right) with Bank of France Governor Francois
Fed’s Fischer to get opportunity to clear up central bank message
Market Watch / Posted 7 days ago
Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer (right) with Bank of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau. It is likely to be standing room only at the Council on Foreign Relations on Monday as the market strains to hear Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer’s... Read more
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FOX Business
Fed Signaling That It Needs Time To Assess Global Turmoil, Kaplan SaysWASHINGTON – The Federal Reserve's message to markets this week was that it wil
Fed Signaling That It Needs Time To Assess Global Turmoil, Kaplan Says
FOX Business / Posted 7 days ago
WASHINGTON – The Federal Reserve's message to markets this week was that it will be patient about hiking rates and needs more time to assess market turmoil, said Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan on Friday. In an interview with Reuters, Kaplan said... Read more
7d
Channel NewsAsia
Fed will be patient on US policy given global risks: KaplanNEW YORK: The Federal Reserve needs more time to assess how global economic wea
Fed will be patient on US policy given global risks: Kaplan
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
NEW YORK: The Federal Reserve needs more time to assess how global economic weakness and financial market turmoil will hurt the U.S. economy, and it will be patient about policy decisions, a Fed policymaker said on Friday. In an interview with... Read more
7d
Market Watch
Fed signaling that it needs time to assess global turmoil, Kaplan saysWASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - The Federal Reserve's message to markets this week w
Fed signaling that it needs time to assess global turmoil, Kaplan says
Market Watch / Posted 7 days ago
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - The Federal Reserve's message to markets this week was that it will be patient about hiking rates and needs more time to assess market turmoil, said Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan on Friday. In an interview with... Read more
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Reuters
Fed needs time to weigh global risks to U.S. economy: KaplanSnow rests on the eagle statue atop the U.S. Federal Reserve in Washington Janu
Fed needs time to weigh global risks to U.S. economy: Kaplan
Reuters / Posted 7 days ago
Snow rests on the eagle statue atop the U.S. Federal Reserve in Washington January 26, 2016. NEW YORK The Federal Reserve needs more time to assess how global economic weakness and financial market turmoil will hurt the U.S. economy and will be... Read more
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Zero Hedge
US Economy: On A Knife's EdgeSubmitted by Pater Tenebrarum via Acting-Man.com, Gross Output Remains Under P
US Economy: On A Knife's Edge
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 days ago
Submitted by Pater Tenebrarum via Acting-Man.com, Gross Output Remains Under Pressure We should mention right from the outset that recent data releases – weak as most of them were – are still not confirming an imminent recession with certainty. The... Read more
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