Tag Archives: MCE

Morning Bid: Why payrolls might not matter to markets

A look at the day ahead in U.S. and global markets from Dhara Ranasinghe. It’s payrolls Friday, yet the most keenly awaited U.S. economic data point may not hold much sway over markets that are already behaving as if the U.S. tightening cycle is over. The yield on two-year U.S. …

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Analysis: In emerging markets, the bulls are back again

LONDON, Nov 23 (Reuters) – After some of the biggest losses in emerging markets on record this year the bulls are back, betting that the time has come for a rebound. With caveats that global interest rates stabilise, China relaxes COVID restrictions and nuclear war is averted, annual investment bank …

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Column: A 2022 tale of three market interventions

LONDON, Nov 23 (Reuters) – You can sometimes buck the market – for a time at least. Even mention government or central bank intervention in financial markets to many professionals and you elicit a tirade on such futility against forces beyond control. And yet again, 2022 proved that’s far from …

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U.S. labor market remains tight despite technology sector layoffs

Weekly jobless claims fall 4,000 to 222,000 Continuing claims increase 13,000 to 1.507 million Housing starts drop 4.2% in October; permits fall 2.4% WASHINGTON, Nov 17 (Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, showing widespread layoffs remain low despite a surge in …

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Global stocks rise but Polish deaths raise market concerns

U.S. producer price data bolsters peak-inflation view Markets price in lower Federal Reserve target rate Deaths in Poland spark Ukrainian war escalation fears NEW YORK, Nov 15 (Reuters) – Stocks rose and the dollar fell on Tuesday after data provided new signs U.S. inflation was peaking, but markets were rattled …

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