LONDON, Aug 29- The beleaguered euro won temporary relief on Friday after euro zone inflation came in line with expectations and somewhat cooled speculation that the European Central Bank would ease monetary policy as early as next week.» Read More
Core CPI is up 0.3 percent in the U.S. Discussing what the Fed's target of 2 percent inflation would mean for the stock market, with Michael Cuggino, Permanent Portfolio Funds, and Bob Doll, Nuveen Investments.
CNBC's Steve Liesman looks at the persistence of inflation across a whole range of services in the U.S., and whether the data will change the Fed's actions.
Gary Kaminsky, Morgan Stanley vice chairman, explains why deflation is much more of a concern for central banks than inflation. Kaminsky also provides his mid-year economic outlook.
Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg Bank, says the European Central Bank is acting on its mandate of price stability.
FRANKFURT, June 10- The package of monetary policy measures agreed by the European Central bank last week are an indication of how little room it has to cut rates in order to deal with the inflation outlook, Governing Council member Jens Weidmann said.
CNBC's Ron Insana wrote about what he says is a war on deflation, arguing this could be the single biggest threat to the global economy. Steve Liesman provides perspective.
Here's what investors should remember: Deflation has yet to hold up the white flag and the Fed won't rest until the enemy surrenders, says Ron Insana.
ECB President, Mario Draghi, says the bank doesn't see any threat of deflation but is reacting to the risk of a too prolonged period of low inflation.
FRANKFURT, June 5- The European Central Bank lowered its forecast for euro zone inflation on Thursday, expecting it to reach 1.4 percent in 2016, further away from its target of below but close to 2 percent. The new medium-term ECB staff projections are lower than those published in March, when ECB staff had forecast 1.5 percent for 2016..
BERLIN/ BRUSSELS, June 5- Soaring euro zone retail sales and a rebound in German industrial orders on Thursday offered a sign that a fragile economic recovery which has yet to reach many European households may be gaining momentum. That suggests output in Europe's largest economy will pick up in the coming months.
*FTSEurofirst 300 down 0.4 pct, Euro STOXX 50 down 0.2 pct. PARIS, June 3- European shares slipped on Tuesday in thin volumes and some benchmark indexes retreated from multi-year highs as investors held back from chasing stocks higher before Thursday's European Central Bank meeting.
SYDNEY, May 28- The U.S. dollar held near an eight-week peak against a basket of major currencies early on Wednesday, having edged up on the back of encouraging U.S. data and another record high on Wall Street. The euro last traded at $1.3635, having recovered from a three-month low of $1.3612 plumbed overnight.
TOKYO, May 21- The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady and raised its assessment on capital expenditure on Wednesday, reassured by growing evidence the economy can withstand the pain from a sales tax hike without additional monetary stimulus.
Charles Blankley, CIO at Gemmer Asset Management, says an aggressive move from the European Central Bank would counteract deflationary fears and push up risk assets.
NEW YORK, May 14- The International Monetary Fund sees a 25 percent chance of the the euro zone slipping into deflation by the end of next year, the fund's chief economist said on Wednesday. For now, the IMF is predicting low inflation in the euro zone, Olivier Blanchard told a forum in New York.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia- Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart speaks on the economic outlook before the American Business Group of Riyadh- 0430 GMT.
Li-Gang Liu, chief economist for Greater China at ANZ, says that deflation risk in China has risen and that it¿s time for authorities to contemplate easing monetary policy soon.
TOKYO, May 2- Japanese household spending soared at the fastest annual pace in four decades in March as consumers rushed to beat a sales tax hike, with early signs backing the central bank's conviction the economy will weather an expected fall in consumption over coming months.
TOKYO, May 2- Japanese household spending soared at the fastest annual pace in 39 years in March as consumers rushed to beat a sales tax hike that kicked off in April, setting the stage for a pull back in consumption that could hamper the economic recovery in coming months.
Christian Noyer, governor of the Bank of France, explains why he's not worried about deflation, and discusses the stress tests for European banks.