24 Sep
SOVA Capital believes Bank of Russia's next move will be a rate cut

Central Bank of Russia's recent decision to hike rates does not foreshadow that more interest rate hikes lay ahead, analysts at Sova Capital said.

20 Sep
Philly Fed factory index jumps back in September

Factory sector activity in the US mid-Atlantic region bounced back sharply in September on the back of a big increase in firms' new orders, according to the results of a widely-followed survey.

19 Sep
US current account deficit narrows to 2.0% of GDP in Q2

America's current account deficit with the rest of the world narrowed more quickly than expected during the second quarter.

18 Sep
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Fund managers up cash, start to price in more hawkish Fed, BofA-ML says

Global fund managers topped up their holdings of cash and lowered their allocation to global equities, according to the results of Bank of America-Merrill Lynch's fund manager survey for the month of September, especially towards Emerging Markets and Europe.

18 Sep
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Italian finance minister argues for short-term boost in public investment

Italy's finance minister said his country's budget plans would put the emphasis on higher levels of public investment, lowering the tax burden on middle-income earners and increasing social protection for the poor.

17 Sep
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Bonds: Gilts dip, Italian debt rallies (again)

These were the movements in some of the most widely-followed 10-year sovereign note yields:.

16 Sep
US set to impose 10% tariff on $200bn of Chinese goods

The White House is set to announce new tariffs on as many as $200. 0bn-worth of Chinese-made goods, probably towards the start of the coming week.

13 Sep
US August CPI undershoots forecasts

The rate of gains in US consumer prices slowed last month, as medical commodities and services prices dipped.

13 Sep
ECB stands pat, focus shifts to Draghi's press conference

The European Central Bank's governing council decided to stay put on interest rates and asset purchases on Thursday, as expected by economists, and continued to signal that interest rates would remain steady at least through the summer of 2019.

12 Sep
Unexpected fall in US August factory gate prices

Factory gate inflation in the US eased in August, as food prices continued to ease and energy costs flattened out.

11 Sep
Carney agrees to extend stay at BoE until January 2020

Mark Carney has accepted H. M. Treasury's offer for him to remain at the helm of the Bank of England until January 2020, thus extending his stay for another six months.

11 Sep
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Report says UK officials are "misreading" statements by Brussels

Some officials in Brussels are "complaining" about "over-spin" by Westminster, saying that the European Union's stance vis-a-vis the Prime Minister's Chequers Plan had not changed one iota.

07 Sep
US August NFP miss forecasts, but wage growth picks up

US job growth undershot forecasts last month, when revisions to figures for the prior two months are taken into account, even as wage pressures increased at their fastest clip since June 2009.

07 Sep
Boston Fed's Rosengren argues for continuing with gradual rate hikes

A top Fed official argued on Friday for continuing to raise interest rates gradually, apparently including through the end of 2018, which appeared to indicate that he might back further rate hikes in both September and December.

07 Sep
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UK inflation expectations for one-year ahead edge higher, BoE says

Inflation expectations among the British public edged higher over the last quarter, according to the results of the latest survey carried out by TNS for the Bank of England.

06 Sep
Weekly US jobless claims fall towards half-century lows

A key indicator of the health of the US jobs market improved more than expected last week as firms continued to tread cautiously when it came to firing staff.

05 Sep
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Pound surges as Germany and UK said to ditch key Brexit demands

Sterling shot higher against both the dollar and the euro on Wednesday afternoon following a report that the British and German governments have ditched key Brexit demands.

04 Sep
Bonds: Gilts slip amid rally in Italian government debt

These were the movements in some of the most widely-followed 10-year sovereign bond yields:.

02 Sep
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Bonds: Treasuries finish on mixed note, Fitch lowers outlook for Italy

These were the movements in the most widely-followed 10-year sovereign bond yields:.

31 Aug
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Eurozone CPI drops below forecasts in August, rate futures steady

Inflation pressures in the single currency bloc ebbed in August, amid broad-based declines outside of processed food, alcohol and tobacco prices.