U.S. Treasury bond yields extended their seemingly-relentless rise Friday, taking benchmark notes to the highest levels since late July and adding a further layer of complexity to next week's Federal Reserve rate decision.
Trade war optimism is lifting stocks, but if the Federal Reserve decides to cut interest rates fewer times than expected, how long can the stock rally last?
After robust retail sales in July, thanks to Amazon's Prime Day event and discounts from competing stores, consumers reined in their spending in August, the Census Bureau says.
Out of all the EU-exposed companies, here are five of the most exposed and most sensitive to the economic cycle in the eurozone.
Prices on consumer purchases, excluding food and energy items like gasoline, rise by 0.3% in August, faster than the 0.2% clip projected by economists. Over the past year, these 'core' consumer prices have climbed 2.4%, the fastest since 2018 and accelerating from July's pace of 2.3%.
The European Central Bank pushed one of its key interest rates deeper into negative territory Thursday, and re-started its controversial quantitative easing program, in one of the final decisions under the eight year tenure of President Mario Draghi.
The European Central Bank is set to unveil a major stimulus package Thursday in Frankfurt, with investors pricing in a possible re-start of the bank's quantitative easing program, and deeper negative interest rates, in a final attempt from President Mario Draghi to ignite growth and inflation in the region's moribund economy.
Some managers are moving into cash, a trend that stock investors don't want to see continue.
I'm playing for the move down to 1% or 0.50% and earning yield while I wait.
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