Stocks fall while US crude prices rise on the hope of China

Wall Street stocks, MSCI World Index in red Oil prices rebounded on China’s hopes The dollar is making some progress in a volatile session 10-year US Treasury yields rose NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) – Wall Street lost ground on Tuesday as investors awaited guidance on the Federal Reserve’s rate hike path, while U.S. oil futures settled … Read more

New York Fed: Bank liquidity may be tighter than expected, with policy implications

Nov. 18 (Reuters) – The way the banking system manages its cash suggests that the financial system may not be as fluid as many now understand it, and that could have implications for how the Federal Reserve manages the size of its balance sheet, a paper from the Reserve Bank said. New York Fed on … Read more

The Fed raised interest rates by 50 basis points, but the peak interest rate could be higher

BENGALURU (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve will drop in December to raise interest rates by 50 basis points, but economists polled by Reuters say a longer period for US central bank tightening and a higher interest rate hike are the biggest. Risks to the current outlook. US consumer inflation unexpectedly fell below 8% last month, … Read more

Retail sales in the United States are rising strongly. Raised GDP estimates for the fourth quarter

Retail sales rose 1.3% in October Core retail sales rose 0.7%; September Sales Review Import prices fell for the fourth month in a row industrial production rose 0.1%; Previous months revised down WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. retail sales increased more than expected in October as households stepped up purchases of cars and a range of … Read more

Asia stocks pause as Fed warns of glut

https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4 Federal Reserve Chairman Waller underestimates the CPI as just a single number Beijing offers property support, COVID steps Biden will meet with Xi at the G20 meeting SYDNEY (Reuters) – Asian stock markets took a breather on Monday after a massive rally last week as a major US central bank warned investors not to … Read more

Lula’s honeymoon ends with Brazilian markets amid concerns over spending plan

BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s short honeymoon with financial markets appeared to be over on Thursday, as he sought to create more room to increase social spending without setting long-term fiscal rules or naming top economic policy makers. . Brazil’s currency and the Bovespa stock exchange benchmark (.BVSP)Which rose last … Read more

The Bank of England has historically raised interest rates despite ‘extremely tough’ expectations.

By David Milliken and Andy Bruce LONDON (Reuters) – The Bank of England raised interest rates to 3% on Thursday from 2.25%, the largest rate increase since 1989 as it warned of an “extremely tough” outlook for the economy. The central bank expects inflation to reach a 40-year high of around 11% this quarter, but … Read more

European debt market pressures force some governments to rewrite trading rules

Oct 31 (Reuters) – Some euro zone countries have relaxed rules for banks that handle the circulation of their government debt to help them weather some of the toughest market conditions in years, officials told Reuters. Of the 11 major eurozone debt agencies contacted by Reuters, officials in the Netherlands and Belgium told Reuters they … Read more

Analysis: Poor countries are at risk from elusive G-20 debt relief efforts

LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The failure to make concrete progress on debt relief for the world’s poorest countries at the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Washington frustrated policymakers, activists and investors. Two years ago, the Group of Twenty launched the Joint Framework – a mechanism designed to provide a rapid … Read more

Japan ramps up intervention threats after yen slips past 150 key level

Finance minister says he’s ready to take ‘decisive’ action Suzuki warns not to tolerate excessive volatility of the yen Bank of Japan conducts unscheduled bond purchases to defend yield ceiling This paradoxical move highlights Japan’s policy dilemma TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese policymakers made fresh threats of intervention on Thursday after the yen broke through the … Read more