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  • World to Fed: We're Prepared for US Rate Hike, So Don't Delay

    World to Fed: We're Prepared for US Rate Hike, So Don't Delay

    Central bankers from around the world are telling their American counterparts that they are ready for a US interest rate hike and would prefer that the Federal Reserve make the move without further ado.

  • Gold Slips as US Rate Hike Expectations Drag

    Gold Slips as US Rate Hike Expectations Drag

    Spot gold was down 0.2 per cent at $1,131.30 an ounce by 0107 GMT, after dropping more than 2 per cent last week in its steepest decline in five weeks.

  • Asia Stocks Sag as Fed Rate Hike Prospects Revive, China Still a Worry

    Asia Stocks Sag as Fed Rate Hike Prospects Revive, China Still a Worry

    Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, speaking at the central bank' conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, said recent volatility in global markets could ease and possibly pave the way for a rate hike.

  • Fed's Stanley Fischer Sees Inflation Rebound, Allowing Gradual Rate Hikes

    Fed's Stanley Fischer Sees Inflation Rebound, Allowing Gradual Rate Hikes

    The influential US central banker was circumspect whether he would prefer to raise rates from near zero at a much-anticipated policy meeting on Sept. 16-17. But he said downward price pressure from the rising dollar, falling oil prices, and slack in the US labor market is fading.

  • Fed Says Rate Hike Next Month Hinges on Market Volatility

    Fed Says Rate Hike Next Month Hinges on Market Volatility

    Concerns about China's economy have whipsawed markets, including Wall Street, even while US economic data has been robust.

  • Fed Officials Pushing for Rate Hike Unfazed by Market Turmoil

    Fed Officials Pushing for Rate Hike Unfazed by Market Turmoil

    Recent market turmoil should not delay the US central bank from raising interest rates at least once, given that the global equities selloff and China's economic slowdown have had little effect on the American economy, a top Federal Reserve official said on Friday.

  • US Consumer Spending Rises in July; Inflation Muted

    US Consumer Spending Rises in July; Inflation Muted

    US consumer spending picked up a bit in July as households bought more automobiles, offering further evidence of strength in the economy that could keep the door open to a Federal Reserve interest rate hike this year.

  • China Jitters, Globalization Bode Ill For Fed's Inflation Goal

    China Jitters, Globalization Bode Ill For Fed's Inflation Goal

    Wild swings in world financial markets this week have shown how events in China can potentially disrupt the Federal Reserve's carefully scripted policy plans.

  • World Stocks Fly After US Data, Fed Official Cools on Rate Hike

    World Stocks Fly After US Data, Fed Official Cools on Rate Hike

    World stock markets around the world rallied on Thursday and crude oil rebounded sharply after strong US economic data and hints from a Federal Reserve policymaker that a September interest rate hike was unlikely.

  • US Q2 Growth Revised Sharply Higher to 3.7%

    US Q2 Growth Revised Sharply Higher to 3.7%

    The US economy grew faster than initially thought in the second quarter on solid domestic demand, showing fairly strong momentum that could still allow the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates this year.

  • Sensex Surges 500 Points As China Fears Ease: 10 Developments

    Sensex Surges 500 Points As China Fears Ease: 10 Developments

    Global markets rebounded today after a top official of Federal Reserve said that a September rate hike from the US agency looks "less compelling" in the wake of global growth concerns.

  • September Rate Hike 'Less Compelling': Fed Official

    September Rate Hike 'Less Compelling': Fed Official

    A top Federal Reserve official said Wednesday that the economic turmoil in China has eroded the argument for raising interest rates in September.

  • China Says Will Crack Down on Underground Banks, Stem Capital Flight

    China Says Will Crack Down on Underground Banks, Stem Capital Flight

    Worries over China's economic slowdown and possible interest rate rises by the US Federal Reserve have led to a wave of capital outflows this year.

  • Why Global Financial Markets Are Going Crazy

    Why Global Financial Markets Are Going Crazy

    The Chinese economy is slowing, and the 38 percent drop in the Shanghai Composite Index since June 12 is indeed a huge number.

  • Guatemalan President Was 'Number One' in Graft Scheme: Officials

    Guatemalan President Was 'Number One' in Graft Scheme: Officials

    Prosecutors accused Guatemalan President Otto Perez on Friday of being one of the ringleaders of a corruption scandal shaking the country, as police arrested his former vice president.

  • Rupee Extends Fall; Ends at 65.83 Against Dollar

    Rupee Extends Fall; Ends at 65.83 Against Dollar

    At the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market, the domestic unit commenced sharply lower at 65.73 as against Thursday's closing level of 65.54 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market on strong demand for the American unit as well as tracking early sell-off in local stocks.

  • Fed's Tightening Cycle Scenario Involves Risky Bet on Inflation

    Fed's Tightening Cycle Scenario Involves Risky Bet on Inflation

    Fed officials have said that they do not need to see prices accelerate to start raising rates after six years near zero, and "lift-off" appears nearly ordained by a 5.3 per cent unemployment rate, the lowest since April of 2008.

  • Gold Hits Five-Week High on Lower US September Rate Hike Chance

    Gold Hits Five-Week High on Lower US September Rate Hike Chance

    Gold hit its highest in five weeks on Thursday as the dollar eased after minutes from the US Federal Reserve meeting suggested policymakers were in no hurry to raise interest rates.

  • US Home Sales Hit Over 8-Year High in July

    US Home Sales Hit Over 8-Year High in July

    US home resales rose to a near 8-1/2-year high in July and factory activity in the mid-Atlantic region picked up this month, fresh signs of steady economic growth that likely keeps the Federal Reserve on track to raise interest rates this year.

  • Wall Street Down 1%; Dow, S&P Slip Into Red for Year

    Wall Street Down 1%; Dow, S&P Slip Into Red for Year

    Wall Street fell more than 1 per cent on Thursday morning, pushing the Dow and the S&P into the red for the year, after the Federal Reserve highlighted global growth concerns and as Walt Disney dragged down consumer discretionary stocks.

  • Asia Gold Appetite Remains Tepid, Premiums Droop

    Asia Gold Appetite Remains Tepid, Premiums Droop

    Premiums in India, the world's second-biggest gold consumer after China, hovered between 90 cents and $2 an ounce, down from $1.10 to $2 last week, dealers said.

  • Gold Climbs to 5-Week High as September Fed Hike Hopes Fizzle

    Gold Climbs to 5-Week High as September Fed Hike Hopes Fizzle

    Gold rose to its highest in nearly five weeks on Thursday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's policy meeting last month signalled that a hike in US interest rates in September may be unlikely.

  • Strong Jobs, Weak Inflation Data Muddy Fed Rate Debate

    Strong Jobs, Weak Inflation Data Muddy Fed Rate Debate

    US Federal Reserve officials widely agreed last month the economy was nearing the point where interest rates should move higher, but worried lagging inflation and a weak global economy posed too big a risk to commit to "liftoff."

  • Emerging Markets Rocky, Dollar Dips Before Fed Minutes

    Emerging Markets Rocky, Dollar Dips Before Fed Minutes

    Fears about China's economy kept emerging markets under heavy pressure on Wednesday, while the dollar eased as traders awaited minutes from last month's Federal Reserve meeting for any hints on US rate hike plans.

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