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Wall Street suffers worst drop since May as global markets collapse

Stocks faded on Monday as investors feared the governments of the world’s two largest economies – China and the United States – could act in ways that undermine the nascent global economic recovery. The sell-off started in Asia and spread to Europe before landing in the United States, where the …

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Fed to unveil new projections with investors on alert for when rates take off By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The Federal Reserve building is pictured in Washington, DC, the United States, August 22, 2018. REUTERS / Chris Wattie / File Photo By Lindsay (NYSE 🙂 Dunsmuir (Reuters) – U.S. Federal Reserve officials will unveil when and how often they think the economy will need an …

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Central banks tiptoe to massive unwinding of economic stimulus

To taper or not to taper? That’s the question central bankers face as they debate when they should reverse the massive economic support measures they deployed last year to prevent a pandemic-induced Great Depression. “The withdrawal of monetary and budgetary support is inevitable. The key issue is timing, ”said Eva …

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Fed Chairman Powell owned the same type of assets, leading to an ethical review of the Fed

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has been named one of the most senior officials owning and trading the same type of individual securities the Fed itself was buying during last year’s pandemic. Powell ordered a thorough review of ethics rules governing assets and financial transactions by senior U.S. central bank …

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Here is my best value stock to buy right now

Finding value when the stock market sets new records tends to be difficult. Investors should be careful not to buy stocks as earnings peak. This is often the difference between a valuable stock and a value trap. Sometimes a stock is cheap because the market doesn’t give the company any …

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Global stocks fall as markets wait for Fed meeting and cut schedule

By Elizabeth Dilts Marshall NEW YORK (Reuters) – Global stocks fell on Friday after a week of mixed economic data and fears about stable growth and Asian markets emphasized the US Federal Reserve’s timetable for reducing purchases of assets. FILE PHOTO: A street sign for Wall Street is seen outside …

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Tunisia: transfer of SDR 552.550 million allocation from IMF to Tunisia approved

Tunis / Tunisia – The allocation of special drawing rights amounting to nearly 522.550 million SDRs, granted to Tunisia by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was approved by presidential decree on September 14, according to the edition Wednesday from the Official Journal. This allocation was the subject of the agreement …

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FTSE 100 makes modest gains but Fed concerns persist

The FTSE 100 increases temporarily; Miners fall 0757 GMT – The FTSE 100 index rose 0.4% to 7,046.92, sentiment being helped by gains in US stock indexes the day before. Gains are limited, however, as stocks continue to struggle for direction. Concerns persist about the US Federal Reserve’s plans to …

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USD / JPY Fundamental Daily Forecast – Dollar / Yen Firms As Investors Bet On An Anticipated Fed Cut

The dollar / yen closed higher on Friday, supported by rising U.S. Treasury yields as investors increased their bets on a faster-than-expected reduction by the Federal Reserve, following the release of a strong report on the producer price inflation. The spread between US government bond yields and Japanese government bond …

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Asian stocks fall as global growth worries add to regional headwinds

A man wearing a face shield, following an outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), walks past a stock quote board outside a brokerage house in Tokyo, Japan, March 10, 2020. REUTERS / Stoyan Nenov European and US futures tumble amid global risk aversion Hong Kong benchmark drops 2% following China’s gambling …

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