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The dollar strengthened, the pound weakened. Markets set expectations for monetary...

The US dollar has started to strengthen slightly, even as the Federal Reserve has announced a cautious tightening of its monetary policy. The Fed has...

The U.S. labor market is reviving sharply. Number of claims for...

The number of new claims for unemployment benefits in the United States has fallen to a 19-month low in the past week. It was even lower than analysts' expectations. The absolute number of unemployment aid recipients came in below the level from early April last year.

The Fed will start tightening monetary policy in November, Goldman Sachs...

According to the US investment bank Goldman Sachs, the probability that the Federal Reserve will start limiting quantitative easing has already increased significantly this November. The reduction in the volume of purchases of government bonds and mortgage bonds is to come at every subsequent meeting of the Fed.

Let Powell remain at the helm of the Fed, the US...

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen supports his current boss, Jerome Powell, at the head of the Federal Reserve. And he wants President Joe Biden to appoint him head of the US Federal Reserve for another four years.

US stocks welcomed July inflation data by growth. Dow Jones on...

Rising price levels in the United States slowed in July. Year-on-year, inflation still remained at 5%, but prices rose by only half a month month...

End of loose US monetary policy in sight, some Fed officials...

The US central bank's extremely loose monetary policy of zero interest rates and large-scale quantitative easing is coming to an end. The US economy is...

The government’s financial injections to American households had little effect on...

Politicians should not be concerned that their financial support to American households has been massively used to buy cryptocurrencies. This is the main conclusion of a study by the Cleveland branch of the Federal Reserve System.

The markets in Asia were in a bad mood after the...

Asian stocks started a new trading week in negative territory. Shares in all major markets weakened on Monday. Most on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Shanghai, Hong Kong...

The Dow Jones index exceeded 35,000 points for the first time....

The world's second-oldest stock index set a historic record during Monday's trading. The Dow Jones Industrial Average index exceeded 35,000 points for the first time. In contrast, the Nasdaq technology index lost about one percent and the S&P 500 index also weakened slightly.

Fed verdict to prompt investors to build portfolios, but they should...

The Federal Reserve’s critical policy verdict will prompt investors to top-up their portfolios, but they should avoid the ‘rotation trap’, warns the CEO of...

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