U.S. government debt yields inched lower on the last trading day of the week after a report on consumer sentiment revealed that optimism receded to its lowest level in half a year. » Read More
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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said he believes the economy is "in a good place," but that an escalation in tariffs between the United States and trading partners could affect that success. » Read More
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U.S. government debt yields rose Thursday after the Department of Labor reported that consumer prices posted their largest annualized gain in more than six years. » Read More
Goohoon Kwon of Goldman Sachs says the Bank of Korea's decision to keep interest rates on hold is "the best they can do" in terms of monetary policy.
Frances Cheung of Westpac says the Bank of Korea is expected to sound "more dovish" after keeping interest rates on hold.
U.S. government debt yields inched lower on Wednesday after President Donald Trump's administration sparked a new wave of international trade fears.
U.S. government debt yields held steady on Tuesday after the Labor Department reported that the number of job openings held near historic highs.
U.S. government debt yields rose on the week's first day of trading as global fears surrounding trade paused after the United Kingdom reached a compromise with the European Union.
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi speaks about strained trade relations between China and the U.S.
U.S. government debt yields slipped on the last trading day of the week after the Department of Labor reported that the unemployment rate ticked higher.
Business leaders have started to raise concerns with the Federal Reserve about potentially damaging effects of tariffs as the growing trade dispute between the United States and its key economic partners.
The Federal Reserve’s efforts to unwind its mammoth portfolio of bonds has run into some new developments.
The Fed on Thursday released minutes from its June meeting, where members voted to raise the federal-funds rate by a quarter-percentage point.
U.S. government debt prices came under pressure on Thursday.
Tianhe Ji of BNP Paribas says there was a "very, very large inflow" in June 2018 from investors in the Chinese bond market.
State lenders have the highest exposure to soured loans of as much as $150 billion in India's banking sector.
A look at today’s Federal Reserve indicates that President Trump might have little resistance to gaining total control of the central bank.
U.S. government debt prices ticked lower Tuesday morning, amid heightened fears of a global trade war.
The Bank of England (BOE) might surprise markets with a faster increase in interest rates than is currently expected, a member of the central bank's Monetary Policy Committee told CNBC Tuesday.