LONDON, Oct 17- German 10- year bond yields topped 0.1 percent on Monday for the first time since the results of the Brexit referendum in June, pushed higher by rising U.S. and British yields as investors turned their focus to this week's European Central Bank meeting. The ECB may discuss technical changes at this week's meeting that would allow it to extend its 1.7...
Derek Halpenny, European head of global markets research at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, discusses central bank strategy.
*Bund yields touch highest since June, track US, UK yields. LONDON, Oct 17- German bond yields rose to their highest level in almost four months on Monday, facing upward pressure from a rise in U.S. and British bond yields as focus turned to an ECB meeting that could shed more light on the central bank's bond buying program. A report last week that the European Central...
SYDNEY, Oct 17- Australia is forecast to enjoy at least another two years of solid economic growth, extending a quarter of a century without recession and dodging the deflation that dogs so many of its rich world peers. The latest Reuters poll found analysts expect Australia's A $1.6 trillion of gross domestic product to expand by 2.9 percent this year, unchanged...
A stronger Japanese yen will challenge the investment thesis for being long on Japanese equities, says Brett McGonegal, CEO at Capital Link International.
China PPI data might look stable but the state of its stock markets remains poorly, says Andrew Freris, CEO at Ecognosis Advisory.
The central bank's current view on inflation will only hurt consumers, particularly those in low-income households, Peter Boockvar says.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group Chief Market Analyst and CNBC Contributor, discusses the latest reads on the economy.
A Fed dove who turned hawkish, Rosengren says his views have not changed — the economy has.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren shares his thoughts on raising interest rates and its impact of the labor market. Also Rosengren weighs in in on wages.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren explains why he is concerned about whether the labor market has "room to run," and sees rapid growth in commercial real estate.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren talks to CNBC's Steve Liesman about the Fed's tightening policy as job data improves.
Louis Kuijs, head of Asia economics at Oxford Economics, makes sense of positive CPI figures out of China on the back of weak trade data figures.
Limited economic slack in the economy means the RBI has little scope to cut rates further, says Capital Economics' Shilan Shah.
China's consumer prices rose 1.9 percent on-year in September, while producer prices surprised by rising 0.1 percent on-year.
Positive PPI figures reflect that capacity consolidation in China has been working, says Alex Wong, director of asset management at Ample Capital.
Record high stock prices are perched atop some false assumptions, says Michael Pento. And this stock-market bubble could pop at any minute.
The economic situation in Venezuela continues to go from bad to worse, and things are unlikely to get better, experts have warned.
Toby Nangle, head of multi asset allocation (EMEA) at Columbia Threadneedle, discusses how the Bank of England and investors can react to the current low pound environment.
Fredrik Nerbrand, global head of asset allocation at HSBC, anyone who wasn't expecting U.K. price inflation following the drop in sterling wasn't thinking.