‘Fed’s policy path would boost recession risk’
The Fed currently expects to continue raising rates until its benchmark overnight lending rate is around 3.40 per cent in 2020.
States and feds unite on election security after '16 clashes
WASHINGTON (AP) — Weeks before the 2016 election, federal officials started making mysterious calls to the head of elections in Inyo County, California. They asked her to contact them if she noticed anything unusual. But they wouldn't elaborate.
Stocks, bonds fall, dollar stands tall after hawkish Fed minutes
European shares, however, largely shrugged off the disappointment in Asia.
European shares edges up as earnings flurry quells Fed angst
European STOXX 600 benchmark index was up 0.3 percent.
Nikkei falls as on hawkish Fed minutes, surprise decline in exports
The Nikkei share average ended 0.8 percent lower at 22,658.16.
Wall Street falls as investors eye a united hawkish Fed
The S&P has only partially recovered ground lost last week.
What the Fed minutes didn't say is what matters
Global financial markets were volatile during the inter-meeting period.
Australian shares hold onto gains as Fed minutes pause upbeat sentiment; NZ flat
Losses among mining stocks were offset by financials gaining.
Dollar at 1 week high after hawkish Fed minutes; Asia stocks capped
Japan's Nikkei average was flat, and appeared to struggle for headway.
Dollar gains for a second day as markets eye Fed minutes
The greenback gained 0.13 per cent against the Japanese yen on Wednesday.
‘Trade war between US and China helping India boost its exports’
But the Indian rupee may weaken further if the US government goes ahead with more fiscal cuts to boosts its economy.
Sensex drops nearly 500 points, Nifty50 tests 10,300; RIL tanks 5%
Data showed China’s economy grew 6.5 per cent in September quarter.
Why a $1-trillion fund is getting less bullish
Anxiety that the Fed will go too far is building with the central bank is in its third year of monetary tightening.
BOJ's Kuroda says Fed rate hikes good for global economy
Kuroda was more cautious about the risks posed to global growth by trade tensions between the United States and China.
Foreigners sell Asian bonds in September on rising US yields
Malaysian and Indonesian bonds also saw outflows of $719 million and $291 million, respectively.