U.S. government debt yields rose after the Labor Department said the number initial jobless claims fell to the lowest level in 45 years. » Read More
Once markets re-price U.S. growth more accurately, the dollar will strengthen and liquidity will leave Asia, says John Woods from Credit Suisse. » Read More
The Bank of Korea held rates steady at 1.5 percent on Thursday. Manpreet Gill of Standard Chartered Private Bank weighs in on central bank's rate hike path. » Read More
Eric Theoret, currency strategist at Scotiabank, weighs in on the central bank's rate hike trajectory after it raised rates by 25 bps to 1.25 percent.
The Fed should follow rules when making policy to give the public a better understanding of the central bank's actions, Fed official Loretta Mester said.
The U.S. central bank released its periodic report on the health of the US economy Wednesday.
The Swiss bank UBS has updated its call on the number of rate hikes that the U.S. Federal Reserve will announce this year.
Saudi Arabia will deposit $2 billion into Yemen's central bank in an effort to help the war-torn country through an ongoing economic crisis.
U.S. government debt yields rose Wednesday after industrial production data beat Wall Street expectations.
It would be "appropriate" for the European Central Bank to stop its bond purchases, Bundesbank head Jens Weidmann said in an interview.
Francesco Filia, CEO and CIO at Fasanara Capital, speaks about challenges facing markets in 2018.
Hans Goetti, founder and CEO of HG Research, discusses factors that may disrupt the current optimism among investors.
Bert Dohmen, Dohmen Capital Research, says existing cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin may one day be replaced by digital currencies issued by central banks.
David Forrester, FX strategist at Credit Agricole, shares his views on moves in the dollar and the Federal Reserve's rate hike path.
China set its official yuan midpoint at a more than two year high, underpinned by a solid spot yuan and broad dollar weakness in markets.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Tuesday, as investors prepared for the latest news in the auctions space.
2018 is not an easy read and the market promises too many adventures for investors to be comfortable about a fairy tale ending.
Catherine Yeung of Fidelity International says that all asset classes are doing well now, but a surprise to that picture could come if key central banks change views in the near term.
What would happen if economists stopped listening to each other and instead started taking economic lessons from Russian literature?
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