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Bloomberg: Carney Goes Further Than Government in Gloomy Brexit Analysis
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has never shied away from doomsday Brexit warnings, but in his latest analysis he’s gone further than ever. [more...]
Bloomberg: Carney Says BOE Ready for the Worst in Brexit Recession Warning
Mark Carney said the Bank of England is prepared for the worst possible Brexit and that the U.K. faces the steepest economic slump since at least World War II if it crashes out of the European Union without a deal. [more...]
Bloomberg: Dollar Drops With Bond Yields as Stock Rally Eases: Markets Wrap
The dollar edged lower and Treasury yields cooled, while an equity rally that spread into Asia from the U.S. after a dovish tone from the Federal Reserve chairman lost some steam as investors turned their focus to a crucial meeting of the world’s largest economies that will tackle trade issues. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Surge Most Since March on Dovish Fed Signal: Markets Wrap
U.S. stocks rallied the most in eight months and the dollar fell after a dovish tone from the Federal Reserve chairman fueled speculation the central bank is closer than thought to pausing on rate hikes. [more...]
Bloomberg: How a Dovish Tone at the Fed Sounded Across Markets
From emerging-market bonds to developed-nation currencies, the ripples from Jerome Powell’s comments on interest rates barreled through markets in seconds. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Outlook for the World’s Fastest-Growing Economy Is Muted
A banking liquidity crunch and weak business sentiment before state elections this year outweighed signs of a revival in consumer demand during India’s main festival season, keeping the outlook for the world’s fastest-growing major economy muted. [more...]
Bloomberg: Bond Traders Are at Risk of Interpreting Powell’s Shift Too Dovishly
If Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell meant to walk back a misstatement from last month, he may not have meant to walk it quite this far. The U.S. rates market is now hinting at a halt in tightening in 2019 and some strategists believe that traders are ill-positioned for increases. [more...]
Bloomberg: Dollar Top in Sight as Powell Puts Market Focus on a Fed Pause
The dollar tumbled after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said interest rates are “just below” the so-called neutral range, leading traders to ratchet back expectations for rate hikes next year. [more...]
Reuters: Stocks rise, dollar sags on signs of more cautious Fed
Asian stocks rose on Thursday, tracking gains on Wall Street, after the chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve suggested it may nearing an end to its three-year rate tightening cycle, boosting interest in riskier assets. [more...]
Reuters: Bull run finale for global stocks not far off now: Reuters poll
An end to the bull run in global stocks is not far away, according to a Reuters poll which also showed a broad cut to forecasts for next year on concerns over global growth and tightening financial conditions. [more...]
CNBC: Trump cannot fire Fed Chairman Powell: Morgan Stanley
U.S. President Donald Trump may be unhappy with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, but he has no authority to remove the central bank head from office, Morgan Stanley said. [more...]
CNBC: Expect a ‘Saudi First’ policy on oil production cuts
Saudi Arabia will likely move to cut its oil output in order to prop up crude prices, against Donald Trump’s demands to keep pumping so that prices stay low. [more...]
CNBC: Dow surges 600 points, biggest rally in eight months, after Powell signals rates are near neutral
Stocks ripped higher on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said interest rates are close to neutral, a change in tone from remarks the central bank chief made nearly two months ago. [more...]
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