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Japan to Retain Policy, Centers on 10-Year Yield Range

The Bank of Japan retain its policy settings at its meeting this week, according to economists in a poll, amid stronger speculation that the...

Financial Markets Enjoy Robust First Half

A Greek bank is one of the world's best performing stocks, bonds are on fire, and oil prices have surged by almost a quarter....

IMF Downgrades Global Growth Forecasts

The International Monetary Fund slashed its global growth forecasts on and a survey showed increasing negativity among business chiefs as trade tensions and uncertainty...

Asia Factory Activity Lackluster on Soft Chinese Demand, PMI

Factory activity weakened across Asia in December as the US-China trade war and a slowdown in Chinese demand hit production in most countries, strengthening the case for a pause in interest rate hikes in the region in 2019. Read more here!

Sterling’s Gleam Fail on Brexit Continued Ambiguity

UK Currency - In a news report, last month, after highlighting an extended struggling economy, uncertainty surrounded Britain's departure from the European Union, outlook...

British PM to Address Lawmakers on Brexit Vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May will tell lawmakers on Monday that they face a stark choice. Read more here!

Japanese Household and Wages Fetch Decent Gains

Japan’s household spending increased slightly and higher bonus payments lifted wages in December, though the underlying trends in these two metrics exhibited only modest...

China-Based US Firms Plans to Relocate, Survey Says

Over 70 percent of US companies that have operations in southern China are planning of delaying further investments in there and  moving some or...

Fed to Raise Rates only Once in 2019, Says Bostic

The Federal Reserve may only need to raise interest rates once in 2019, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said, focusing on business executives’ nervousness about the economy and a global slowdown as factors that may hold the US central bank back. Read more here!

Trump Calls for More Support for his Wall on TV Speech

President Donald Trump called on Congress late on Tuesday to hand him $5.7 billion this year to help build a wall on the US border with Mexico but stopped short of declaring a national emergency to pay for the wall using military funds.


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