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Dollar steadies as strong U.S. inflation curbs chance of aggressive... The dollar was steady on Friday, having regained some traction against its peers... Until the Fed’s meeting later this month, the prospect of a 50 basis point cut will continue ebbing back and forth on each major data release The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies stood little changed at 96.972 after retracing much of its losses on Thursday, when it had briefly stooped to a six-day low of 96.795 Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
An economy gone ‘mad?’ The Fed is going to cut interest rates despite record stock prices, low unemployment It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world -- or so one might believe looking at the U.S. economic picture. Stocks are hitting record highs and layoffs and unemployment... Hence his willingness to reduce a key interest rate at the end of July Read: $15 minimum wage could help 27 million workers, CBO says, but cost 1.3 million jobs Not everyone is impressed Jeffry Bartash Jeffry Bartash is a reporter for MarketWatch in Washington We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
Singapore's slowest growth in a decade raises recession risk Singapore reported dismal preliminary second quarter growth data on Friday, incl... Electronics manufacturing output, the main driver of Singapore’s economy in the last two years, declined for the sixth consecutive month in May while exports saw its biggest decline in more than three years Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Asia equities diverge after new Wall Street record Respite from US-China trade war headlines ended on Thursday after US President Donald Trump said in a tweet that China is letting us down in that they have not been buying the agricultural products from our great Farmers, which ANZ analysts said should serve as a reminder that things could flare up again
Asian shares ease as Trump rekindles Sino-U.S. trade tensions Asian shares pulled back on Friday as worries over renewed Sino-U.S. trade tensi... U.S. Treasury yields were higher following weak demand for a $16 billion 30-year bond auction on Thursday and after the U.S. Labor Department said its consumer price index excluding food and energy rose 0.3% in June, its biggest increase since January 2018
Five things to watch when China announces quarterly GDP data Year-on-year factory gate prices were unchanged in June, suggesting China’s industrial sectors could experience deflation for the first time since 2016 © AFP Producer price deflation could reappear  Year-on-year factory gate prices were unchanged in June, suggesting China’s industrial sectors could experience deflation for the first time since 2016, as the prolonged trade war with the US continues to damp investor sentiment
Biggest losers: The world's super rich lost $2.9 trillion last year For the first time in seven years, the world's super rich went backwards. Loading The biggest losers, however, were just as clear Due to the concentration of wealth at the top, it was those who had the most to lose the top 1 per cent of all high net-worth individuals that got hit the hardest Read it here or follow BusinessInsider Australia on Facebook
Continuity marks EU-China relations - Opinion Last year, she delivered a speech at the People's Liberation Army military academy, setting out her views on the importance of taking a holistic view of security policy Assuming von der Leyen secures a majority, she will then have to work with EU member states to fill the various portfolios The author is the director of the EU-Asia Centre in Brussels The views don't necessarily represent those of China Daily
A Koch Executive’s Harassment in China Adds to Fears Among Visitors Amid worsening trade tensions, an American businessman was barred for days from leaving, in an apparent message to President Trump. Others worry they may be next. Huang Wan, the American daughter-in-law of Zhou Yongkang, a fallen former senior leader, has also publicly said she has been forbidden to leave In early June, a Chinese-American executive at Koch Industries, the conglomerate owned by the conservative billionaire brothers David and Charles Koch, was told he could not leave the immediate vicinity of his hotel in southern China, according to three people with knowledge of the matter Nicholas Confessore contributed reporting from New York
Why the real issues of debt are left unaddressed Inside Business: There remain gaps in the way lenders are regulated that could throw up similarly nasty problems in future given the debt mountain British consumers have built up But it also once again serves to expose the yawning gaps in the way lenders have been regulated Banks may no longer be able to enforce punitive charges Creating a regulator to cover bailiffs, or bringing them under an existing one is, for example, in the gift of the government
ADM, Cargill reach deal to swap U.S. Midwest grain elevators Large U.S. grain merchants Cargill Inc [CARG.UL] and Archer Daniels Midland Co h... Cargill’s Mount Vernon and Evansville, Indiana, elevators are a great fit for our origination network, ADM spokeswoman Jackie Anderson said in an emailed statement The deals would effectively reduce the number of buyers competing for farmers’ crops in some areas Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Dow tops 27,000 for the first time on easing trade tensions, prospect of lower rates The Dow topped 27,000 for the first time Thursday as easing trade tensions and the Fed’s campaign to lower rates offset lingering economic worries. Movie star Glark Gable married actress Kay Williams in California They got a boost from a pickup in the yield on the 10-year Treasury note, which rose to 2.08% from 2.06% late Wednesday When bond yields rise, they push interest rates on mortgages and other loans higher, making them more profitable for lenders
8@eight: ASX set to slide at the open What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX. Sponsored Business Markets 8@eight 8@eight: ASX set to slide at the open This is sponsored content for IG By Kyle Rodda July 12, 2019 7.37am Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size The Australian sharemarket is poised to open lower as hopes of a widely-expected rate cut were dealt a blow US earnings season moves to centre stage: With technicals suggesting rally-fatigue, and valuations looking a little less attractive here, US Q2 reporting season is shaping up as being, on balance, a reasonably negative earnings period, too
World stocks rise as bond yields buoy financials; oil drops A broad index of stocks around the world rose on Thursday as financial shares he... Earlier in the session, they had hit their highest levels in more than a month Brent crude futures settled down 49 cents, or 0.73%, at $66.52 a barrel U.S. shares had previously hit record highs after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell confirmed the U.S. central bank stood ready to act as appropriate in response to risks to the U.S. economy, including disappointing factory activity, tame inflation and a simmering trade war with China Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles