British labor market statistics

Dollar and Stocks Continue to Slide

November 15, 2017

Dollar losses overnight amounted to 0.7% against the yen, 0.5% versus the euro, 0.4% vis-a-vis the Swiss franc and kiwi, 0.3% relative to the yuan, 0.2% against the peso and 0.1% versus sterling. The yen touched a 4-week high, and the euro moved back above its January 1999 starting level. Ten-year sovereign debt yields are […] More

Several Disinflationary Signs Around the World

April 12, 2017

Chinese consumer prices fell 0.3% on month in March and ┬áremained below a 1% 12-month trend at 0.9%. PPI inflation settled back to a 2-month low of 7.6%. U.S. import prices posted a monthly drop (0.3%) for only the third time in the past year and a smaller on-year advance of 4.2%. Non-fuel import price […] More

The June FOMC Meeting Has Arrived

June 17, 2015

This week’s FOMC decision (due today at 18:00 GMT) and Yellen press conference (starting 30 minutes later) have been eagerly awaited ever since monetary officials signaled that their data-driven policy could begin to raise the federal funds rate as early, but not before, the June meeting.  Analysts are not expecting that to happen but are […] More

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