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DW
ECB official held for question by Latvia's anti-corruption agency |Central bankers seek to soothe nerves after market turmoil 08.02.2018 Policyma
DW / Posted 6 hours ago
Central bankers seek to soothe nerves after market turmoil 08.02.2018 Policymakers from the US Fed, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England have described the recent sell-off in stock markets as a healthy correction, saying this won't... Read more
22h
The Borneo Post
Equity market’s February pullback a healthy development — MIDF Researchthat recent economic data coming out of the US drew market attention to a picku
The Borneo Post / Posted 22 hours ago
that recent economic data coming out of the US drew market attention to a pickup in wage growth which, according to a top US Fed official, is a sign of a healthy economy. “On this score, there are not enough indications at this juncture to force... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN DIARY: Everything you need to know about the week ahead for marketstakes on extra significance in shaping the outlook for inflation and interest r
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
takes on extra significance in shaping the outlook for inflation and interest rates. Looking abroad, the minutes from the US Federal Reserve’s January 31 meeting will be closely watched for any indication of a change in its 2018 economic forecasts... Read more
3d
Business Standard India
Commodities Outlook and trading ideas by Tradebulls for todayAll commodities barring natural gas exploded on higher US inflation data. Usual
Business Standard India / Posted 3 days ago
All commodities barring natural gas exploded on higher US inflation data. Usually higher inflation means more aggressive US Fed. Higher inflation means higher interest rate from US Fed which pushes dollar stronger and lower gold prices. But... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningAFR reports that Ellerston’s Brett Gillespie is forecasting yields to rise to 3
Business Insider Australia / Posted 5 days ago
AFR reports that Ellerston’s Brett Gillespie is forecasting yields to rise to 3.5%, with risks of a sharper spike if the US Fed gets caught chasing inflation this year. Want to read a more in-depth view on the trends influencing Australian... Read more
7d
Inquirier.net
Economist says Market turbulence ‘overdone’too affected by this,” Neumann said. The recent market behavior has been widel
Inquirier.net / Posted 7 days ago
too affected by this,” Neumann said. The recent market behavior has been widely attributed to US inflation jitters. If the US Federal Reserve (Fed) raises interest rates earlier than expected—as central banks tend to do when consumer price... Read more
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The Age
Nowhere to hide as sharemarket shake-out rolls onto come from dividends. Aussie cash rate While investors' concerns in the US c
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
to come from dividends. Aussie cash rate While investors' concerns in the US centre on the increasing likelihood of the US Fed accelerating its interest rate rises as the US economy improves, in Australia, interest rates look to be kept at... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Nowhere to hide as sharemarket shake-out rolls onto come from dividends. Aussie cash rate While investors' concerns in the US c
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
to come from dividends. Aussie cash rate While investors' concerns in the US centre on the increasing likelihood of the US Fed accelerating its interest rate rises as the US economy improves, in Australia, interest rates look to be kept at... Read more
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10d
Business Insider Australia
The RBA just gave plenty of reasons why it's in not rush to lift interest ratesas soon as May this year, Lowe delivered some key phrases that hint the bank is
Business Insider Australia / Posted 10 days ago
as soon as May this year, Lowe delivered some key phrases that hint the bank is far from ready to follow the lead of the US Fed, Bank of Canada and Bank of England and begin to lift interest rates. We’ve highlighted a few of the key paragraphs... Read more
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10d
Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morninghas told Business Insider that markets are at a “watershed moment”, as a gap st
Business Insider Australia / Posted 10 days ago
has told Business Insider that markets are at a “watershed moment”, as a gap still remains between the number of times the US Fed plans to raise rates this year compared to the market’s expectations — and it may drive further volatility. Want to... Read more
10d
DW
Central bankers seek to soothe nerves after market turmoil |Fed President Robert Kaplan said on Thursday that the recent market volatility
DW / Posted 10 days ago
Fed President Robert Kaplan said on Thursday that the recent market volatility in itself was not enough to change the US Fed's base scenario. Nevertheless, he told a business conference in Frankfurt, Germany, that the US central bank was... Read more
11d
Business Insider Australia
These analysts remain unconvinced by the US wages data that triggered the stock market selloff - and some even believe bad weather explains itevidence is required before markets can be assured of a sustained pickup in wag
Business Insider Australia / Posted 11 days ago
evidence is required before markets can be assured of a sustained pickup in wage growth. Porcelli still expects the US Fed to hike rates four times this year — the higher end of its projected range of 3-4 rate rises. “But if the fear that... Read more
11d
Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar is tumblingrelease its latest Economic Bulletin while ECB Governing Council Members Mersch
Business Insider Australia / Posted 11 days ago
release its latest Economic Bulletin while ECB Governing Council Members Mersch and Praet will also give speeches. On the US Fed front, FOMC members Williams, George, Harker and Kashkari will also be in action. In terms of data, highlights... Read more
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Business Standard India
RBI monetary policy: MPC keeps repo rate unchanged; read full text herefactors. 5. Financial markets have become volatile in recent days due to uncer
Business Standard India / Posted 12 days ago
factors. 5. Financial markets have become volatile in recent days due to uncertainty over the pace of normalisation of the US Fed monetary policy in view of January payrolls data showing rapidly accelerating wage growth and better than expected... Read more
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Inquirier.net
ING sees 75bps BSP rate hike this yearbe as “earth-shaking” as this year. ING’s projected rate hike by the BSP is at
Inquirier.net / Posted 12 days ago
be as “earth-shaking” as this year. ING’s projected rate hike by the BSP is at the same magnitude as its outlook on the US Federal Reserve’s policy, which the bank expects to be raised by three times this year compared to only two hikes priced... Read more
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Business Standard India
Downside for Indian markets will be limited in case of a global correction: Mark Matthewsthe market reaction to rising bond yields overdone? Central banks have been ta
Business Standard India / Posted 12 days ago
the market reaction to rising bond yields overdone? Central banks have been taking the liquidity away, starting with the US Federal Reserve (US Fed). That's one reason that the bond yields have started rising. The other reason is that the global... Read more
13d
Adelaide Now
Market’s ‘biggest point drop ever’Shane Oliver. “There was a combination of things — the triggers have been worri
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
Shane Oliver. “There was a combination of things — the triggers have been worries about rising inflation, a more aggressive US Federal Reserve and higher bond yields. “And it’s come at a time when the US market was vulnerable to a correction... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN DIARY: Everything you need to know about the week ahead for marketscentral banks of New Zealand and the UK will make their interest rate announcem
Business Insider Australia / Posted 15 days ago
central banks of New Zealand and the UK will make their interest rate announcements and there’s a wave of speakers from the US Federal Reserve. Volatility returned to global markets on Friday night in the wake of US employment data which showed... Read more
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Newser
US Fed Caps Wells Fargo's Assets in 'Unprecedented' PunishmentUS Fed Caps Wells Fargo's Assets in 'Unprecedented' Move Read Less, Know More
Newser / Posted 15 days ago
US Fed Caps Wells Fargo's Assets in 'Unprecedented' Move Read Less, Know More on Facebook and Twitter Get The Morning 8: The eight stories you need to know, bright and early. US Fed Caps Wells Fargo's Assets in 'Unprecedented' Move Bank can't... Read more
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Gulf News
Gold prices slip, investors await US jobs data for guidancesession, its lowest since January 23.US gold futures for February delivery were
Gulf News / Posted 18 days ago
session, its lowest since January 23.US gold futures for February delivery were nearly flat at $1,342.70 per ounce.The US Fed held interest rates unchanged on Wednesday but raised its inflation outlook and flagged “further gradual” rate... Read more
18d
Business Insider Australia
A 'perfect storm' in bond markets is unlikely, AMP's chief economist says10-year bond yields — which rise when bonds are sold — are holding at multi-yea
Business Insider Australia / Posted 18 days ago
10-year bond yields — which rise when bonds are sold — are holding at multi-year highs this morning above 2.7%, after the US Fed kept rates on hold last night but took a more optimistic view towards US economic growth. That means markets are... Read more
21d
Business Insider Australia
There's been a distinct shift in currency markets that explains why the US dollar is getting hammeredSimples. Picture: Marvel Something strange is underway in currency markets at
Business Insider Australia / Posted 21 days ago
Simples. Picture: Marvel Something strange is underway in currency markets at present. Even though the US Federal Reserve continues to lift interest rates, widening the interest rate differential to many other major nations, the US dollar has been... Read more
21d
asianage
Markets await for Budget commentarylevels as strong support zone and current trend is likely to continue towards 1
asianage / Posted 21 days ago
levels as strong support zone and current trend is likely to continue towards 11,200-11,250. Apart from Budget, outcome of US Fed meet and trends in crude oil and dollar will dictate the near term direction of markets. True to predictions tech... Read more
22d
Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN DIARY: Everything you need to know about the week ahead for marketspersonal income and spending data for December including the PCE inflation read
Business Insider Australia / Posted 22 days ago
personal income and spending data for December including the PCE inflation reading — the preferred inflation measure of the US Fed. It was another rough week for the US dollar, which stayed under pressure on Friday night amid mixed messages from... Read more
25d
The News & Observer
Want to see Venus and Serena? They’ll be acing Asheville at next month’s Fed Cup.to the squad on Tuesday with No. 9-ranked Coco Vandeweghe. The fourth member of
The News & Observer / Posted 25 days ago
to the squad on Tuesday with No. 9-ranked Coco Vandeweghe. The fourth member of the team will be announced next week by US Fed Cup Captain Kathy Rinaldi. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access. “I think it’s... Read more
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dna
Serena Williams all set to make much-anticipated comebackOpens in her best major results. This will be the first time in two years that
dna / Posted 26 days ago
Opens in her best major results. This will be the first time in two years that either Williams sister has been on the US Fed Cup squad. The US women have never lost in eight ties when both Williams sisters have been named to the squad, the... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Bureau of the Treasury caps rates, limits Treasury-bonds awardsecurities. “The preference of the investors are really on the short tenor. It
Pilipino Star / Posted 26 days ago
securities. “The preference of the investors are really on the short tenor. It’s driven by first, the expectations on the US Fed rates and of course, they are also watching what would be the BSP’s action come the Monetary Board meeting this Feb.... Read more
28d
The Manila Times
Bonds to get by without help from central banksinterest rates spike higher, as happened in the 2013 “taper tantrum” when inves
The Manila Times / Posted 28 days ago
interest rates spike higher, as happened in the 2013 “taper tantrum” when investors panicked in reaction to news that the US Federal Reserve would reduce, or taper, its purchase of bonds, thus sending rates of return surging higher. With the US... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX sags but Australian dollar dazzleswere no shortage of reasons for yields to be higher, including stronger US grow
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
were no shortage of reasons for yields to be higher, including stronger US growth and inflation and expectations of further US Fed tightening.Buck The Aussie dollar moved back above US80c on Friday, fetching US80.1 cents in late afternoon trade.... Read more
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WA Today
ASX sags but Australian dollar dazzleswere no shortage of reasons for yields to be higher, including stronger US grow
WA Today / Posted a month ago
were no shortage of reasons for yields to be higher, including stronger US growth and inflation and expectations of further US Fed tightening.Buck The Aussie dollar moved back above US80¢ on Friday, fetching US80.1¢ in late afternoon trade. The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX sags but Australian dollar dazzleswere no shortage of reasons for yields to be higher, including stronger US grow
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
were no shortage of reasons for yields to be higher, including stronger US growth and inflation and expectations of further US Fed tightening.Buck The Aussie dollar moved back above US80¢ on Friday, fetching US80.1¢ in late afternoon trade. The... Read more
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The Age
ASX sags but Australian dollar dazzleswere no shortage of reasons for yields to be higher, including stronger US grow
The Age / Posted a month ago
were no shortage of reasons for yields to be higher, including stronger US growth and inflation and expectations of further US Fed tightening.Buck The Aussie dollar moved back above US80¢ on Friday, fetching US80.1¢ in late afternoon trade. The... Read more
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