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"Apprehension": Main Events In Torrid Week Include Fed, GDP, Earnings And "Lots Of White House Risk"

apprehension: main events in torrid week include fed, gdp, earnings and lots of white house risk
"Apprehension" - that's how Citi describes trader sentiment as a new week begins, in which the bank points to various event risks over the coming five days. The one markets are focusing on over say,..
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IMF keeps India's growth forecast at 7.2% for 2017-18

 India will stay ahead of China in growth sweepstakes in 2017 as well as 2018, said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) while retaining the country's GDP forecast at 7.2 cent for the current..
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News video: BofAML's Sharma Says Robust Data Supports Euro

BofAML's Sharma Says Robust Data Supports Euro 01:44

Jul.24 -- Kamal Sharma, director of FX strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses the strength of the euro and the influence that inflation and the European Central Bank have on the currency...
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News video: The Week Ahead: The Heart of Earnings Season

The Week Ahead: The Heart of Earnings Season 01:21

It's a busy earnings week with results from Alphabet, Amazon, Coke, Starbucks, Eli Lilly, Boeing, Ford, GM, Exxon, and many more. Plus, a Fed meeting on Wednesday.
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John Heard, Actor In "Home Alone," Dies 00:38

According to TMZ, actor John Heard was found dead in a hotel in California yesterday. He was 72 years old. He recently had minor surgery on his back, but the cause of death at this time is unclear. In..
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News video: John Heard, Actor In "Home Alone," Dies

John Heard, Actor In "Home Alone," Dies 00:37

According to TMZ, actor John Heard was found dead in a hotel in California yesterday. He was 72 years old. He recently had minor surgery on his back, but the cause of death at this time is unclear. In..
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News video: Tech Rally Does Not Look Like Fiction, Says Verrone

Tech Rally Does Not Look Like Fiction, Says Verrone 01:50

Jul.21 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Tom Keene displays the inflation-adjusted Nasdaq 100, going back to 1985. He speaks with Christopher Verrone, head of technical analysis at..
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Euro zone business growth slows at start of second half

LONDON (Reuters) - A slowdown in euro zone business growth at the start of the second half of 2017, alongside declining inflation pressures in a key business survey, could put paid to expectations of a..
Reuters India

The FX Week Ahead: The Dollar Crashes Again, Can The Fed Revive The USD At Wednesday's FOMC?

Submitted by Rajan Dhall from fxdaily.co.uk *FX Week Ahead - The greenback crashes again! Could Fed chair revive the USD at Wednesday's FOMC.* Last week I asked whether it was 'end of days' for..
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European Stocks Fall To 3 Month Lows On "Carmaker Cartel" Fears, Sliding PMIs; US Futures Lower

european stocks fall to 3 month lows on carmaker cartel fears, sliding pmis; us futures lower
In a mixed session, which has seen Asian stocks ex-Japan broadly higher, the European Stoxx 600 index dropped as much as 0.6% after data Markit PMI data signalled euro-area economy grew in July at its..
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Fin24.com | Wynand Meyering: A response to Cosatu lashing out at SARB's Lesetja Kganyago

If you want the highest possible economic growth, the inflation target should be zero in the economy, writes Fin24 user Wynand Meyering.
News24

U.S. mortgage rates reverse course, fall under 4%

U.S. mortgages rate moved lower after two weeks of increases, according to Freddie Mac. The 30-year fixed mortgage averaged 3.96 percent for the week ending July 20, down from 4.03 percent the previous..
bizjournals

Peter Morici: Whatever happened to inflation?


MarketWatch

Shrinkflation: Yes, sweets are getting smaller, but prices aren't falling

shrinkflation: yes, sweets are getting smaller, but prices aren't falling
Got a sweet tooth? Then prepare to be annoyed - and possibly vindicated, because the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has confirmed that sweets and chocolate bars have been shrinking in recent..
City A.M.

Why The Inflation Rate Is A Worry For The Federal Reserve

Steve Inskeep talks to David Wessel of the Brookings Institution about why the U.S. economy is having trouble boosting its rate of inflation.
NPR

U.S. Inflation Remains Low, and That’s a Problem

The Federal Reserve is struggling to hit its annual inflation target for the sixth straight year, suggesting that, once again, it may be too optimistic about the health of the economy.
NYTimes.com

Euro zone business growth solid in July - PMI

Euro zone businesses started the second half of 2017 with solid growth, though declining inflation pressures could put paid to expectations of a stimulus clawback by the ECB later this year, a survey..
RTE.ie

Kenya's economy slows ahead of election

kenya's economy slows ahead of election
Kenya may be East Africa's most developed country but is being hit by rising inflation, bribery, strikes and slowing economic growth
BBC News

Weak global inflation is a mystery investors must unlock

Have structural changes broken the link between tightening labour markets and rising prices?
FT.com

UK household finances at worst level for three years

uk household finances at worst level for three years
British families are increasingly cautious about buying big-ticket items like cars and holidays as the average household budget continues to be squeezed. IHS Markit said its monthly Household..
City A.M.

Finland PPI Inflation Slows For Second Month

HELSINKI (dpa-AFX) - Finland's producer price inflation eased for the second straight month in June, figures from Statistics Finland showed Monday.Producer prices for manufactured products rose 3....
FinanzNachrichten.de Also reported by •RTTNews

Singapore Inflation Eases More Than Forecast

Singapore's consumer price inflation eased at a faster-than-expected pace in June, figures from the Ministry of Trade and Industry showed Monday.
RTTNews

Singapore June all-items CPI rises 0.5 percent, less than expected

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's headline consumer price index in June rose 0.5 percent from a year earlier, less than forecast, as falls in accommodation costs weighed on overall inflation, data..
Reuters India Also reported by •Sify

Real Yields Pull Back as Investors Rethink Growth Prospects

Inflation-adjusted bond yields are falling again, highlighting investors’ doubts about the U.S. economy’s growth prospects.
Wall Street Journal

Strip-Mining The World

strip-mining the world
Authored by Robert Gore via StraightLineLogic.com, *The richest vein in the history of predatory mining is just about played out.* A gigantic mine engages in every conceivable destructive..
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