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  • Gold Hits 3-Month High As Fed Dampens Rate Hike Expectations

    Gold Hits 3-Month High As Fed Dampens Rate Hike Expectations

    Spot gold was on track for its biggest daily gain since Feb. 6, rising 0.9 per cent by 1611 GMT to $1,249.05 an ounce, its highest since Nov. 11. US gold futures rose 1.3 per cent to $1,250.

  • Federal Reserve Minutes Point To Rate Increase 'Fairly Soon'

    Federal Reserve Minutes Point To Rate Increase 'Fairly Soon'

    The minutes of the January 31-February 1 discussion, at which the central bank voted to keep rates unchanged, also showed the depth of uncertainty at the Fed because of a lack of clarity on the new Trump administration's economic program.

  • Asian Shares Edge Up As Wall Street Extends Record Rise

    Asian Shares Edge Up As Wall Street Extends Record Rise

    The dollar was steady after hawkish comments from top Federal Reserve officials bolstered expectations the world's No. 1 economy was strong enough to keep policymakers on course to further raise rates this year.

  • Asian Shares Adrift For US Holiday, Focus On Unilever

    Asian Shares Adrift For US Holiday, Focus On Unilever

    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged up 0.1% and back towards a 19-month peak set last week. Japan's Nikkei slipped 0.2% as domestic data showed exports disappointed in January even as imports outpaced forecasts.

  • Fed Chair Janet Yellen Defends 'Stress Test' Of Wall Street

    Fed Chair Janet Yellen Defends 'Stress Test' Of Wall Street

    The Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) is just one of two studies that the US central bank conducts yearly.

  • Asia Shares Eke Out 19-Month High, Dollar Holds Firm

    Asia Shares Eke Out 19-Month High, Dollar Holds Firm

    The dollar was also bolstered by speculation the head of the Federal Reserve would underline the prospects of more US rate hikes when she testifies to Congress later on Tuesday.

  • Donald Trump Vows 'Phenomenal' Tax Announcement, Offers No Details

    Donald Trump Vows 'Phenomenal' Tax Announcement, Offers No Details

    US President Donald Trump plans to announce the most ambitious tax reform plan since the Reagan era in the next few weeks, the White House said on Thursday, sending stock prices and the dollar higher on hopes for a cut in corporate tax rates.

  • Gold Rises On Weaker Dollar After US Jobs Data

    Gold Rises On Weaker Dollar After US Jobs Data

    Wall Street's top banks expect just two rate hikes from the Federal Reserve this year and see only a modest risk to the U.S. central bank being pressed into a more aggressive pace of monetary policy tightening, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.

  • Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged, Remains Upbeat On Economy

    Fed Leaves Interest Rates Unchanged, Remains Upbeat On Economy

    The U.S. central bank said job gains remained solid, inflation had increased and economic confidence was rising, although it gave no firm signal on the timing of its next rate move.

  • S&P 500 Ends Flat, Apple Spike Lifts Nasdaq

    S&P 500 Ends Flat, Apple Spike Lifts Nasdaq

    The S&P 500 edged higher on Wednesday to cap a four-day losing streak, buoyed by gains in Apple shares and after the Federal Reserve kept U.S. interest rates unchanged, as expected.

  • Gold Under Pressure On Yellen's Support For Rate Hikes

    Gold Under Pressure On Yellen's Support For Rate Hikes

    Gold prices on Thursday held on to their losses from the previous session, when they fell 1 percent on a strong dollar, after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen advocated lifting U.S. interest rates gradually.

  • Gold Prices Heading For Seventh Weekly Loss

    Gold Prices Heading For Seventh Weekly Loss

    Gold edged up on Friday on a weaker dollar, but the yellow metal was on track for a seventh straight weekly decline amid expectations that the US Federal Reserve will opt for more interest rate hikes in 2017.

  • FPI Bearish Stance Continues; Net Outflow At Rs 19,500 Crore

    FPI Bearish Stance Continues; Net Outflow At Rs 19,500 Crore

    Foreign investors have pulled out more than Rs 19,500 crore from the capital market this month so far amid rate hike by the US Federal Reserve and higher oil prices.

  • US Banks Must Pay Up To $2 Billion More Per Year To Shield Taxpayers: Fed

    US Banks Must Pay Up To $2 Billion More Per Year To Shield Taxpayers: Fed

    The rule demands Wall Street holds more debt that could be converted to shareholder equity if a bank is pushed to bankruptcy. Investor-owned stock is the main buffer against a bank failure.

  • US Banks Must Pay Up To $2 Billion More Per Year To Shield Wall Street: Fed

    US Banks Must Pay Up To $2 Billion More Per Year To Shield Wall Street: Fed

    The largest US banks will have to pay as much as $2 billion more a year to insure against a future market collapse, the US Federal Reserve said, as it outlined a new rule designed to further protect the financial system.

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