Swiss sudden rate hike worries markets; Holds the Bank of Japan

Pedestrians reflect in a window in front of a board showing stock prices on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in Sydney, Australia, February 9, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray/File Photo Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register The Swiss National Bank raises 50 basis points, the franc rises and the dollar falls Stock markets … Read more

Analysis: Market crash exposes Europe’s divisions

Defeat markets focus on Europe’s Achilles heel The European Central Bank’s attempt to restore confidence that has been curbed by high prices Ministers deadlocked over a ten-year plan to support banks LONDON (Reuters) – A sell-off in the markets brought back memories of the euro zone debt crisis more than a decade ago, highlighting the … Read more

Global stocks near new lows in 2022 amid inflation fears

LONDON (Reuters) – Global stocks plunged towards 2022 lows and the Japanese yen fell to levels not seen in nearly a quarter of a century on Monday as sweltering inflation in the United States fueled fears of a more aggressive policy tightening in a large region. Central Bank Week. The significantly higher-than-expected US CPI reading … Read more

US retailers cut prices but services keep inflation high

WASHINGTON, June 9 (Reuters) – Major US retailers such as Target Corp (TGT.N) And Wal-Mart (WMT.N)It has cut rates to clear overcrowded warehouses, but hotel revenue is pouring in as daily room rates and occupancy are above pre-pandemic levels. Used car prices are no longer rising at the chart-topping pace that led to an initial … Read more

US weekly unemployment near five-month high; The job market is still very tight

People line up outside a newly reopened job center for personal appointments in Louisville, US, April 15, 2021. REUTERS/Amira Carrod Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Weekly jobless claims increased from 27,000 to 229,000 Unadjusted claims rise 1,008 to 184,604 Continuing claims unchanged at 1.306 million WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The number … Read more

Damaged, Boris Johnson UK inflicts victory in the party confidence vote

Big Rebellion deals for the Conservative Party a blow to the Prime Minister Johnson says it’s a ‘decisive result’ The bad mood of COVID-19 ‘Partygate’ LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson survived a confidence vote on Monday, but a major rebellion in his party over the so-called “party gateway” scandal dealt a blow … Read more

Stocks Gain as Sentiment Improves, Raw at $120

Countdown to a group of central bank meetings Euro rises ahead of Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting Friday’s US CPI will test thinking about Fed increases Oil companies after Saudi Arabia raise prices NEW YORK (Reuters) – Global stock markets rose on Monday on signs of easing the restrictions imposed on China over the COVID-19 … Read more

The US labor market remains strong; Unemployment lists are the smallest since 1969

People line up outside a newly reopened job center for personal appointments in Louisville, Kentucky, US, April 15, 2021. REUTERS/Amira Karod Register now to get free unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Weekly jobless claims drop from 11,000 to 200,000 Continuing claims down 34,000 to 1.309 million Private salaries increase 128000 in May WASHINGTON (Reuters) – … Read more