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ECB may decide on sovereign bond buys in first-quarter, says Constancio
Reuters UK - 9 Hours ago
LONDON (Reuters) - The European Central Bank might decide as early as the first quarter of next year whether to begin buying sovereign bonds, the bank's vice president said on Wednesday. Vitor Constancio
ECB may decide on sovereign bond buys in first-quarter, says Constancio (Reuters) Yahoo! News Australia
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Markets pricing in rate cut, despite wary Reserve Bank of India
Reuters India - 9 Hours ago
4:27pm IST MUMBAI (Reuters) - Investors in India's markets are betting that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will persuade a more hawkish Reserve Bank to reduce benchmark interest rates as early as
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Kick-starting the European economy
BBC - 9 Hours ago
The President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, unveiled his big plan today to boost the European economy. "Europe needs a kick-start," he said, "and the Commission is applying the jump
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Greece says no agreement yet with EU/IMF lenders on bailout review
Reuters UK - 10 Hours ago
PARIS (Reuters) - Talks in Paris between Greece and its EU/IMF lenders have failed to resolve differences over a projected budget shortfall next year, a Greek finance ministry official said on Wednesday,
Greece says no agreement yet with EU/IMF lenders on bailout review (Reuters) Yahoo!Xtra
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Sensex lower; volatility seen ahead of GDP, RBI
Reuters India - 16 Hours ago
11:41am IST Reuters Market Eye - The Nifty falls 0.18 pct, while the Sensex is down 0.13 pct. Caution is seen ahead of the expiry of November equity derivatives on Thursday. Growth data for July-September
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Mixed markets as consumer spending edges up
Wall Street Business Network - 4 Hours ago
The markets traded mixed during the midday with the Dow slipping 4 points to 17,810 as consumer spending edged up a mere 0.2% in October. Nasdaq gained 21 points to 4,780. On the upside Hewlett-Packard
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Canada’s hot housing market, high household debt are key economic risks: IMF
Toronto Star Online - 3 Hours ago
OTTAWA—The International Monetary Fund issued a warning Wednesday that a hot housing market and mounting household debt represent key domestic risks to Canada’s economic growth. But in releasing its
Canada's hot housing market, high household debt are key economic risks: IMF Cochrane Eagle
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ECB stimulus pits euro vs. yen: Pro
CNBC - 4 Hours ago
Europe stands to enter into currency competition with Japan if the European Central Bank moves forward with quantitative easing through sovereign bond purchases, Jim O'Neill, former chairman of Goldman
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TREASURIES-U.S. yields drop on weak U.S. data, low euro zone rates
Reuters - 3 Hours ago
* U.S. data weaker than expected * ECB vice president signals Q1 2015 stimulus move * Strong demand at seven-year note auction (Updates prices, adds comments) By Sam Forgione NEW YORK, Nov
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UPDATE 1-Canada's Alberta sees budget surplus despite lower oil prices
Reuters - 4 Hours ago
(Adds comment from Campbell on economy, adds detail on tax outlook, expected spending and borrowing) Nov 26 (Reuters) - The Canadian province of Alberta, the largest exporter of oil to the United States,
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IMF renews $70 bln credit line with Mexico for 2 years
Reuters - 5 Hours ago
Nov 26 (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund will extend Mexico's roughly $70 billion flexible credit line for two more years, the fund said on Wednesday. The credit line, which was about to
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U.S. consumer, business spending data point to slowing growth
Reuters - 9 Hours ago
(Reuters) - U.S. consumer spending rose modestly in October and a key measure of business spending plans on equipment fell for a second straight month, suggesting some slowing in the pace of economic
US economy: Consumer, business spending data point to slowing growth GMA News Online
WRAPUP 1-U.S. consumer, business spending data point to slowing growth London South East
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IMF Renews Mexico’s $70 Billion Credit Line for Two Years
BusinessWeek - 3 Hours ago
The International Monetary Fund renewed a Mexican flexible credit line of about $70 billion for two years, saying the nation’s government intends to "treat the arrangement as precautionary." The line
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Dollar falls on disappointing economic data
Reuters UK - 4 Hours ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar fell against a basket of currencies on Wednesday as a batch of disappointing U.S. data on consumers, housing and manufacturing raised concern that the world's biggest economy
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U.S. Fed to offer test term deposits at 0.30 percent rate
Reuters UK - 4 Hours ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve will offer seven-day term deposits at an interest rate of 0.30 percent to banks at a test auction on Monday, it said in a statement on Wednesday. On Monday,
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UPDATE 1-IMF renews $70 bln credit line with Mexico for 2 years
Reuters - 5 Hours ago
(Adds background, IMF view) Nov 26 (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund will extend Mexico's roughly $70 billion flexible credit line for two more years, the fund said on Wednesday. The credit
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CA Mortgage Rates Face Off Against Condensed Economic Data...
San Francisco Chronicle - 5 Hours ago
Blue Home Loans, Inc. takes a look at recent mortgage rate trends and the outlook for mortgage rates after the Thanksgiving shortened week, as reported by Mortgage News Daily. San Diego, CA (PRWEB)
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Market Vectors’ Fran Rodilosso on China’s Rate Cut; Growing Access to the Mainland’s
Investor's Business Daily - 3 Hours ago
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- While the opening of China’s A-share market to foreign investors and the launch of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect (Stock Connect) have been dominating the news, China’s
Market Vectors' Fran Rodilosso on China's Rate Cut; Growing Access to the Mainland's I Stock Analyst
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UPDATE 2-ECB may decide on sovereign bond buys in Q1, says Constancio
Reuters UK - 8 Hours ago
* Says can better gauge in Q1 whether QE needed * Rejects criticism of sovereign bond buys as a policy tool * Says low growth creates risks to fabric of euro area (Adds detail, background) By
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Lower gasoline prices fail to spur consumer spending [The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
BusinessWeek - 8 Hours ago
Nov. 26--The sight of Western Pennsylvania stations selling gasoline for less than $3 a gallon five weeks before Christmas should bring joy to the holiday. For some people, it's not enough to fuel a
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Reuters Poll: Expected timing for Bank of Canada rate hike pushed back
Reuters Canada - 8 Hours ago
By Anu Bararia (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada will likely defer an interest rate hike until late next year despite high household debt and above-target inflation, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday.
REUTERS POLL : Expected timing for Bank of Canada rate hike pushed back 4 Traders
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ECB could start buying government bonds in 2015
Fortune - 9 Hours ago
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BOJ total assets hit record in April-September
NHK - 9 Hours ago
The Bank of Japan's total assets hit an all-time high in the April-September period, fueled by massive purchases of government bonds. The central bank released its figures for the first half of the
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U.S. Stock Futures Fluctuate on Economic Data; Oil Drops
BusinessWeek - 9 Hours ago
U.S. stock futures (SPX) were little changed, with benchmark indexes near records, as investors assessed mixed economic data. European equities held at a two-month high, while crude oil approached the
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Oct. consumer spending rises 0.2%
USA Today - 9 Hours ago
Consumer spending rose modestly in October as gasoline prices fell sharply in a positive sign for the holiday shopping season. Consumption increased 0.2% after being unchanged in September, the Commerce
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