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  • *Data raise doubts on U.S. inflation hitting Fed's 2- pct goal. NEW YORK, June 11- A surprisingly weak run of U.S. inflation data has investors backing off bets the Federal Reserve will meet its three targeted interest rate hikes this year, and has breathed fresh life into the bond market after a rough start to the year. On Thursday, the European Central Bank downgraded...

  • WARSAW, June 12- Poland's latest attempt to get banks to restructure their problematic foreign-currency mortgage portfolios could mean they have to set aside an additional $3.2 billion but would not restrict lending, ratings agency Moody's predicted on Monday. About half a million Poles took out Swiss franc loans before the global financial crisis to...

  • LONDON, June 12- The dollar dipped on Monday on the run-in to Wednesday's decision on U.S. interest rates, while Britains pound was back under pressure after an almost 2- cent fall following elections that threw Europes second-largest economy into political chaos. The week was set to be dominated by a series of central bank meetings and UK Prime Minister Theresa...

  • LONDON, June 12- The dollar dipped on Monday on the run-in to Wednesday's decision on U.S. interest rates, while Britains pound was back under pressure after an almost 2- cent fall following elections that threw Europes second-largest economy into political chaos. The week was set to be dominated by a series of central bank meetings and UK Prime Minister Theresa...

  • LONDON, June 12- The dollar dipped on Monday on the run-in to Wednesday's decision on U.S. interest rates, while Britains pound was back under pressure after an almost 2- cent fall following elections that threw Europes second-largest economy into political chaos. The week was set to be dominated by a series of central bank meetings and UK Prime Minister Theresa...

  • LONDON, June 12- The dollar dipped on Monday on the run-in to Wednesday's decision on U.S. interest rates, while Britains pound was back under pressure after an almost 2- cent fall following elections that threw Europes second-largest economy into political chaos. The week was set to be dominated by a series of central bank meetings and UK Prime Minister Theresa...

  • SHANGHAI, June 12- A small majority of traders in China's financial markets think its central bank will likely raise short-term interest rates this week if the U.S. It also dovetailed with China's pledges to tackle risks from an explosive rise in debt. Six out of 10 traders in China's money, forex and bond markets asked by Reuters said they believed China would...

  • *Data raise doubts on U.S. inflation hitting Fed's 2- pct goal. NEW YORK, June 11- A surprisingly weak run of U.S. inflation data has investors backing off bets the Federal Reserve will meet its three targeted interest rate hikes this year, and has breathed fresh life into the bond market after a rough start to the year. On Thursday, the European Central Bank downgraded...

  • NEW YORK, June 9- A rough few months for most U.S. bank stocks has been particularly unkind to regional banks, and thats not likely to change soon as hopes dim for higher long-term interest rates and timely policy relief from Washington. Last year, investors bet heavily that smaller, entirely U.S.-focused banks would benefit most from Donald Trump's promises of...

  • *All banks except Commercial Bank down in Doha. DUBAI, June 11- Shares in Qatari banks fell on Sunday after the United Arab Emirates central bank ordered UAE banks to be wary of accounts which they hold with six Doha- based lenders, while Dana Gas and Drake& Scull outperformed in the UAE. Five of the six are listed on the market: Qatar National Bank, Qatar Islamic Bank,...

  • *Shipments of dollar cash into Qatar disrupted. *UAE banks absent from Qatar markets after blacklist. DOHA/ DUBAI/ ABU DHABI, June 11- Shortages of U.S. dollars hit money exchange houses in Qatar on Sunday, making it harder for worried foreign workers to send money home, as foreign banks scaled back business with Qatari institutions because of the region's...

  • Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

    Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein jabbed at Trump's Comey consuming week.

  • Rep. Zeldin: Where the GOP goes from here

    Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.) discusses what's next on the Republican agenda as lawmakers work on passing the Choice Act and dismantling Dodd-Frank.

  • U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan speaks to the press about President Donald Trump, former FBI Director James Comey and Russia investigations after a closed meeting of the Republican leadership of the House of Representatives on Capitol Hill in Washingto

    Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives voted on Thursday to replace the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law.

  • NEW YORK, June 9- A rough few months for most U.S. bank stocks has been particularly unkind to regional banks, and thats not likely to change soon as hopes dim for higher long-term interest rates and timely policy relief from Washington. Last year, investors bet heavily that smaller, entirely U.S.-focused banks would benefit most from Donald Trump's promises of...

  • Executive Edge: Picking apart Dodd-Frank

    Christopher Whalen, Whalen Global Advisors, discusses how scaling back much of the Dodd-Frank legislation will likely impact the financial sector.

  • BUDAPEST/ PRAGUE, June 9- The Czech crown hit its highest level since the central bank removed its cap on the currency in April, boosted on Friday by higher than expected May inflation data which pointed to possible monetary tightening later this year. Among other currencies the forint and the Romanian leu were up 0.1 percent and the zloty flat, with Central...

  • The resulting hung parliament threatens to derail talks over Britain's exit from the European Union and dampen consumer confidence, which could puncture a banking sector that many analysts believe is already overextended. But her failure to win outright control of parliament could delay and complicate talks over Britain's exit from the European Union,...

  • PARIS, June 9- The French economy is set to expand slightly more than expected through 2019 thanks to stronger international trade, but is at risk of breaking its public deficit commitments, the central bank forecast on Friday. Though the economy- like the broader euro zone economy- was picking up faster than expected, Bank of France governor Francois Villeroy de...

  • PARIS, June 9- The French economy is set to grow slightly more than expected through 2019 thanks to stronger international trade, but is at risk of breaking its public deficit commitments, the central bank forecast on Friday. Growth should pick up from an estimated 1.4 percent this year to 1.6 percent in both 2018 and 2019, the Bank of France said in its biannual...

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