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Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar looks set to wake from its slumberand New Zealand dollar — the former due to a rise in US treasury yields on cont
Business Insider Australia / Posted 18 minutes ago
and New Zealand dollar — the former due to a rise in US treasury yields on continued speculation over the next chair of the US Federal Reserve while the Kiwi was undermined by ongoing political uncertainty and concern about the outlook for fairy... Read more
23h
asianage
Gold prices likely to fall as US Fed Reserve mulls rate hikeof gold is expected to witness some correction in the coming months due to the
asianage / Posted 23 hours ago
of gold is expected to witness some correction in the coming months due to the likelihood of an interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve in December. Since, one third of gold sales in the domestic market happen during the last quarter,... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningdata, as industrial production figures showed the economy largely absorbed the
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
data, as industrial production figures showed the economy largely absorbed the impact of last month’s hurricanes. With the US Fed on track to hike rates in December, there was also some speculation that Stanford economist John Taylor — an advocate... Read more
2d
Business Standard India
Nifty hits record high, scales 10,200 for first time everOF THE DAY Given the strong growth in Asia and easy monetary stance taken by c
Business Standard India / Posted 2 days ago
OF THE DAY Given the strong growth in Asia and easy monetary stance taken by central banks other than the US Federal Reserve (US Fed), overseas investors will soon start re-investing in risky assets, says ABHIRAM ELESWARAPU, head... Read more
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2d
TheBull
Central bankers bet weak inflation won't last foreverrates and starting to unwind an asset-purchasing stimulus program. When volati
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
rates and starting to unwind an asset-purchasing stimulus program. When volatile food and fuel prices are discounted, the US Federal Reserve's preferred measure of inflation -- the Personal Consumption Expenditures price index -- has undershot the... Read more
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3d
Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar is powering higher as US inflation data whiffsa long run of underwhelming US inflation prints, casting doubt over the need fo
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 days ago
a long run of underwhelming US inflation prints, casting doubt over the need for further interest rate increases from the US Federal Reserve. “It’s now six from seven in terms of core US CPI undershooting expectations,” said Attrill in his... Read more
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3d
Business Insider Australia
10 things you need to know this morning in Australiagathered in Washington for the G20 and IMF meetings. Australia’s treasurer Scot
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 days ago
gathered in Washington for the G20 and IMF meetings. Australia’s treasurer Scott Morrison sat in private meetings with US Fed chair Janet Yellen, New York Fed president William Dudley among others. But his most interesting conversation was with... Read more
3d
Business Standard India
Earnings growth will need to pick up to attract foreign flows: EleswarapuGiven the strong growth in Asia and easy monetary stance taken by central banks
Business Standard India / Posted 3 days ago
Given the strong growth in Asia and easy monetary stance taken by central banks other than the US Federal Reserve (US Fed), overseas investors will soon start re-investing in risky assets, says ABHIRAM ELESWARAPU, head of equity research, BNP Paribas... Read more
4d
The Economic Times
What I read this week: Will the capex cycle take off soon? Trump’s tax cut may not workIn their effort to support inflation, the interest rates have touched lows neve
The Economic Times / Posted 4 days ago
In their effort to support inflation, the interest rates have touched lows never seen before. This is changing now with the US Fed shrinking its balance sheet and the European Central Bank tapering. While this would mean that the bond yield would... Read more
6d
Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningtrade overnight, with markets on hold to an extent ahead of key US inflation da
Business Insider Australia / Posted 6 days ago
trade overnight, with markets on hold to an extent ahead of key US inflation data tonight. That’s after Wednesday’s US Fed minutes showed a degree of uncertainly among policy makers on the outlook for US growth. The S&P500 fell slightly from... Read more
6d
The Manila Times
Stock market tops 8,400, hits fresh record highmeeting confirmed what was on many analysts’ minds.” “Accordingly, we continue
The Manila Times / Posted 6 days ago
meeting confirmed what was on many analysts’ minds.” “Accordingly, we continue to place the subjective odds of a December [US Fed rate] hike at 80 percent,” it added. Sectoral results were mixed with services and financials posting declines. Over... Read more
6d
The Manila Times
PSEi hits 8400 at midday after Fed signals likely rate hike in DecPHILIPPINE shares regained their momentum in early trading Thursday, hitting th
The Manila Times / Posted 6 days ago
PHILIPPINE shares regained their momentum in early trading Thursday, hitting their resistance level of 8,400 after US Fed officials signaled that an interest rate hike is likely in December. The benchmark index rose 0.51 percent or 42.22 points to... Read more
6d
asianage
Sensex edges up 113 points, Nifty climbs above 10,000industrial output numbers to be released later in the day. Another record clos
asianage / Posted 6 days ago
industrial output numbers to be released later in the day. Another record close on Wall Street after the release of the US Fed minutes fuelled the uptrend. The 30-share Sensex was higher by 112.53 points, or 0.35 per cent, at 31,946.52.... Read more
6d
asianage
Rupee climbs 4 paise to 65.10 against US dollarMumbai: The rupee held its ground and rose 4 paise to 65.10 against the dollar
asianage / Posted 6 days ago
Mumbai: The rupee held its ground and rose 4 paise to 65.10 against the dollar on Thursday after the US Fed minutes signalled "patience in removing policy accommodation". The summary of the US central bank's previous meeting released on Wednesday... Read more
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6d
The Hindu
Sensex moves up 113 points, Nifty climbs above 10,000industrial output numbers to be released later in the day. Another record clos
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
industrial output numbers to be released later in the day. Another record close on Wall Street after the release of the US Fed minutes fuelled the uptrend. The 30-share Sensex was higher by 112.53 points, or 0.35 %, at 31,946.52. Healthcare,... Read more
6d
The Hindu
Rupee holds up, climbs 4 paise to 65.10 against dollarThe rupee held its ground and rose 4 paise to 65.10 against the dollar on Thurs
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
The rupee held its ground and rose 4 paise to 65.10 against the dollar on Thursday after the US Fed minutes signalled “patience in removing policy accommodation”. The summary of the US central bank’s previous meeting released on Wednesday also... Read more
7d
asianage
Rupee gains 14 paise to end at 65.14 ahead of macro dataexporters and corporates. Currency traders seemingly reduced their long dollar
asianage / Posted 7 days ago
exporters and corporates. Currency traders seemingly reduced their long dollar positions ahead of much-awaited release of US Fed meeting minutes later in the day, a forex dealer said. There have been wide speculations about a US interest rate hike... Read more
9d
Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningand new loans data for September out of China. Later tonight the UK has industr
Business Insider Australia / Posted 9 days ago
and new loans data for September out of China. Later tonight the UK has industrial production and trade balance figures and US Fed committee member Neel Kashkari will give a speech. 5. Gold may be poised for a fall: Gold edged slightly higher... Read more
10d
The Economic Times
Eight key factors that will guide market direction next weekafter the new taxation system was launched. The move, cheered by all, is likely
The Economic Times / Posted 10 days ago
after the new taxation system was launched. The move, cheered by all, is likely to have a major impact on related sectors. US Fed minutes The Federal Open Market Committee will issue minutes of its last meet on Wednesday. The US Federal Reserve had... Read more
11d
The Economic Times
Raghuram Rajan's name in Clarivate list of Nobel Prize worthiesyears later when the financial crisis hit the US. The conference was held in J
The Economic Times / Posted 11 days ago
years later when the financial crisis hit the US. The conference was held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the honour of then US Fed chief Alan Greenspan who had presided over a phase of rapid growth in the American economy. Rajan presented his paper,... Read more
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11d
The Economic Times
How does Karan Johar see an H2 growth rebound? Read thisrevive growth?” There is only limited room for interest rate cut. Inflation in
The Economic Times / Posted 11 days ago
revive growth?” There is only limited room for interest rate cut. Inflation in India, though moderate, is rising and the US Fed is on tightening mode. In this context, a 25 bp cut in policy rate is the maximum that can be done. Perhaps, RBI can... Read more
12d
The Economic Times
Gold demand to remain weak as investors ignore geopolitical risksshake-up of the US tax system in three decades. Another reason that may propel
The Economic Times / Posted 12 days ago
shake-up of the US tax system in three decades. Another reason that may propel USD up is the interest rate hike from US Federal Reserve. The factors that pushed gold toward $1,360 in early September are now reversing. The US dollar and... Read more
12d
The Economic Times
Don’t jump over market bounce; dollar sending out warning signsInstitutional Equities said the economic recovery in the US and progress on tax
The Economic Times / Posted 12 days ago
Institutional Equities said the economic recovery in the US and progress on taxation reforms may result in the US Fed unwinding its balance sheet and raising interest rates faster than the market’s current expectations, which could... Read more
13d
Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar has been hammered back below 78 centstrade, undermined by a resurgent US dollar. More solid US economic data, along
Business Insider Australia / Posted 13 days ago
trade, undermined by a resurgent US dollar. More solid US economic data, along with optimistic views expressed by several US Fed officials, saw the US dollar index rise to the highest level in seven weeks, extending its bounce from early September... Read more
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14d
The Economic Times
RBI keeps status quo: Full text of 4th Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement of FY18low in September on weak inflation, though it recovered some lost ground in the
The Economic Times / Posted 14 days ago
low in September on weak inflation, though it recovered some lost ground in the last week of September on a hawkish US Fed stance and tensions around North Korea. The euro surged to a two and a half year high against the US dollar towards... Read more
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14d
Business Standard India
RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 6%; full text of policy statementlow in September on weak inflation, though it recovered some lost ground in the
Business Standard India / Posted 14 days ago
low in September on weak inflation, though it recovered some lost ground in the last week of September on a hawkish US Fed stance and tensions around North Korea. The euro surged to a two and a half year high against the US dollar towards... Read more
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14d
The Economic Times
Upsurge of retail participation in equities is cyclical, not structuralhas remained stagnant. Sustainability of market exuberance is pivoted on the a
The Economic Times / Posted 14 days ago
has remained stagnant. Sustainability of market exuberance is pivoted on the ability of the central banks, especially the US Fed, to normalize the overly accommodative monetary policies without letting the risk-free rate to inch up at a faster... Read more
14d
New York Post
New Yorkers are paying $20 for a loaf of breaddollars is like the cost of a cocktail now, so I guess we could just have one l
New York Post / Posted 14 days ago
dollars is like the cost of a cocktail now, so I guess we could just have one less cocktail,” he says. “And the bread keeps us fed longer.” Not everyone is sold. Clinton Hill resident Kaylah Majeed, 25, strolled past the She Wolf line last Saturday... Read more
15d
Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningThen the PMI deluge will continue for the US, UK and Europe while the US also h
Business Insider Australia / Posted 15 days ago
Then the PMI deluge will continue for the US, UK and Europe while the US also has the ISM non-manufacturing PMI report, and US Fed committee chair Janet Yellen will speak overnight. Later today the Bank of India is scheduled to make its monetary... Read more
15d
Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar is grinding higher— with disruptions caused by Hurricane Harvey and Irma expected to weigh on emp
Business Insider Australia / Posted 15 days ago
— with disruptions caused by Hurricane Harvey and Irma expected to weigh on employment growth. On the central bank front, US Fed chair Janet Yellen, along with James Bullard of the St Louis Fed, are both scheduled to speak. The Reserve Bank of... Read more
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15d
Football365
Why too early for Winks but not Rashford?it will be much human. Everything will be magnified. The spectrum of what we se
Football365 / Posted 15 days ago
it will be much human. Everything will be magnified. The spectrum of what we see will be much broader than what those of us fed a diet of the Premier league will be used to. More emotion, more trickery, more red cards, more drama, more... Read more
15d
The Economic Times
1 year of tightrope walk for RBI’s MPC: What now?in bad loans and multiple farm loan waivers, a seasonal spike in food inflation
The Economic Times / Posted 15 days ago
in bad loans and multiple farm loan waivers, a seasonal spike in food inflation and imminent balance sheet trimming by US Fed to play out. That, even when credit flow into the economy deteriorated, hitting a low of 3.3 per cent by February... Read more
15d
The Economic Times
Gold, silver slip in morning tradeto trade lower on Tuesday on account of stronger dollar index while the possibi
The Economic Times / Posted 15 days ago
to trade lower on Tuesday on account of stronger dollar index while the possibility of the rate hike this year by the US Fed are push factors in the near term.” SMC Investments and Advisors said, “Bullion counter may continue to remain on... Read more
15d
asianage
Rupee spurts 20 paise against dollar at 65.30found no favour with exporters and banks, who intensified their selling. But t
asianage / Posted 15 days ago
found no favour with exporters and banks, who intensified their selling. But the dollar's increasing lure globally after US Fed Chair Janet Yellen's speech alluding to rate hike and US President Donald Trump's unveiling of tax overhaul plan had a... Read more
16d
asianage
RBI policy, PMI data hold key to stock markets this weekexpect the focus to shift to RBI's policy and upcoming quarterly results and gl
asianage / Posted 16 days ago
expect the focus to shift to RBI's policy and upcoming quarterly results and globally, on unwinding of balancesheet by the US Fed and the oil prices trend," said Teena Virmani, Vice-President - PCG Research, Kotak Securities. PMI (Purchasing... Read more
16d
Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar remains under pressureeconomists at ANZ Bank said that markets were still digesting news that there m
Business Insider Australia / Posted 16 days ago
economists at ANZ Bank said that markets were still digesting news that there may be a change in leadership at the US Federal Reserve, something that caused the US dollar and bond yields to spike on Friday evening. “AUD dipped back below... Read more
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17d
The Economic Times
Will RBI err on the side of caution to cut interest rate this time?huge FII flows. INR has thus appreciated from $67 to $64 (however the currency
The Economic Times / Posted 17 days ago
huge FII flows. INR has thus appreciated from $67 to $64 (however the currency has deprecated recently to 65.5 after US Fed policy statement). ♦ The capacity utilization at an industry level continues to at sub 75% mark, especially in... Read more
18d
The Borneo Post
BPA Malaysia weekly bond market report 1 October 2017On Tuesday, the US Federal Reserve (US Fed) chair Janet Yellen surprised the ma
The Borneo Post / Posted 18 days ago
On Tuesday, the US Federal Reserve (US Fed) chair Janet Yellen surprised the market by her hawkish rhetoric on monetary policy that the US Fed should be “wary of moving too gradually” and it would be “imprudent” to leave rates on hold until inflation... Read more
19d
TheBull
Miners help ASX to a positive closesaid. Meanwhile, the Australian dollar has recovered some ground against an in
TheBull / Posted 19 days ago
said. Meanwhile, the Australian dollar has recovered some ground against an increasingly feisty US dollar strengthened by US Fed Chair Janet Yellen's recent statements seen as encouraging on US rate hikes and US President Donald Trump's 'Big Six'... Read more
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19d
The Economic Times
Gold, silver to trade sideways on Friday; here’s whyuncertainty on one hand with North Korea and its nuclear ambitions while the po
The Economic Times / Posted 19 days ago
uncertainty on one hand with North Korea and its nuclear ambitions while the possibility of the rate hike this year by the US Fed are push factors in the near term.” SMC Investors and Advisors seconds Angel Broking and said, “Bullion counter may... Read more
19d
The Hindu
Rupee spurts 20 paise against dollar at 65.30found no favour with exporters and banks, who intensified their selling. But t
The Hindu / Posted 19 days ago
found no favour with exporters and banks, who intensified their selling. But the dollar’s increasing lure globally after US Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s speech alluding to rate hike and US President Donald Trump’s unveiling of tax overhaul plan had a... Read more
19d
Business Insider Australia
CHART: Why the US dollar is unlikely to rally hard any time soonearlier this month, benefiting from renewed optimism over the prospect for US t
Business Insider Australia / Posted 19 days ago
earlier this month, benefiting from renewed optimism over the prospect for US tax reforms and further rate hikes from the US Federal Reserve. After being the whipping boy of currency markets for much of the year, leading to short-positioning... Read more
19d
Financial News Network
Fixed income in a rising rate environmentFixed Income manager Tano Pelosi talks about the expectation of rising rates im
Financial News Network / Posted 19 days ago
Fixed Income manager Tano Pelosi talks about the expectation of rising rates implications for fixed income managers, as US Fed begins to unwind it Quantitative Easing program. Jason Hazell: Hi, today I’m joined by Tano Pelosi and we’re going to... Read more
20d
The Irish Times
Are cryptocurrencies just for drug dealers and murderers?stories in the cryptocurrency saga – growing popular interest contradicted by a
The Irish Times / Posted 20 days ago
stories in the cryptocurrency saga – growing popular interest contradicted by an industry backlash. The former head of the US Fed, Ben Bernanke, is to deliver the keynote address at a blockchain conference next month hosted by ripple, the... Read more
20d
asianage
Weak rupee makes Sensex lose 440 pointsgrowth keep us on the side lines with respect to Indian rupee. However, as the
asianage / Posted 20 days ago
growth keep us on the side lines with respect to Indian rupee. However, as the market continues to price in a December 2017 US Fed hike (now around 70 per cent probability from 53 per cent before the September 20, FOMC) and the market largely prices... Read more
21d
Pilipino Star
Interest rate hike looms by yearendto 3.25 percent before the end of the year, and another 25 basis points in 2018
Pilipino Star / Posted 21 days ago
to 3.25 percent before the end of the year, and another 25 basis points in 2018 as inflationary pressures pick up and the US Fed continues to normalize interest rates,” it said. BMI also said in its report the cost of borrowing is “currently too... Read more
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21d
The Economic Times
Rupee tanks to 6.5-month low on panic dollar buyingmarket sentiment as global funds dumped Indian assets amid rising expectations
The Economic Times / Posted 21 days ago
market sentiment as global funds dumped Indian assets amid rising expectations for an imminent US interest rate hike. US Fed chief Janet Yellen, in a speech, said the Federal Reserve should stick to gradual rate hikes despite the uncertainty... Read more
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21d
asianage
Rupee tanks to 6-1/2 month low on panic dollar buyingmarket sentiment as global funds dumped Indian assets amid rising expectations
asianage / Posted 21 days ago
market sentiment as global funds dumped Indian assets amid rising expectations for an imminent US interest rate hike. US Fed chief Janet Yellen, in a speech, said the Federal Reserve should stick to gradual rate hikes despite the uncertainty... Read more
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21d
TheBull
Aust share market lower at noonRio Tinto and Fortescue Metals also in positive territory. Overnight, US marke
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals also in positive territory. Overnight, US markets ended nearly flat after comments from US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen boosted expectations of a December rate hike. Dr Yellen said the US Fed needed to... Read more
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21d
TheBull
Aust shares drift lower in early tradeafter comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen boosted expectations of
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
after comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen boosted expectations of a December rate hike. Ms. Yellen said the US Fed needed to continue gradual rate hikes and it would be imprudent to leave rates on hold until inflation reached the... Read more
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