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On The Money – Raskin bows out after bipartisan backlash

by on March 15, 2022 0
Happy Tuesday and welcome to On The Moneyyour nightly guide to everything related to your bills, bank account, and bottom line. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. Today’s big deal: President BidenJoe BidenSaudi Arabia invites Chinese Xi to visit Riyadh: Report Biden attends in-person DNC fundraiser to tout climate agenda Man charged with attempted murder and hate... Read More

CULT Food Science Announces Receipt of DTC Eligibility

by on February 18, 2022 0
DTC eligibility makes the company’s stock more accessible to investors in United States VANCOUVER, BC, February 18, 2022 /CNW/ – CULT Food Science Corp. (“CULT” or the “Company”) (CSE: CULT) (OTC: CULTF) (FRA: LN0), an innovative investment platform focused exclusively on clean, lab-grown foods that advances the development of new technologies to provide a... Read More

LIVE MARKETS More than four

by on January 27, 2022 0
European stocks fall 1.3% The Fed is expected to raise rates in March US futures in the red January 27 – Welcome home to real-time market coverage from Reuters reporters. You can share your thoughts with us at [email protected] MORE THAN FOUR (0801 GMT) The world’s largest economy is expected to register GDP growth... Read More

Protests erupt in Afghanistan against freezing of US funds

by on December 21, 2021 0
ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN – Hundreds of protesters marched through the streets of Kabul on Tuesday to demand that the United States unblock Afghanistan’s financial assets. Protesters chanted anti-American slogans and gathered outside the closed American embassy in the Afghan capital, with banners that read: “Give us our frozen money” and “Let’s eat.” In addition, dozens... Read More

Gold Futures Price Technical Analysis (GC) – Reaction at $ 1,781.00 to $ 1757.10 Determines Short Term Direction

by on December 2, 2021 0
Gold futures are under pressure Thursday morning, weighed down by strengthening US Treasury and US dollar yields. Catalyst for the sale are hawkish comments from US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, who indicated that policymakers could step up the pace of reduction in an effort to curb the spike in inflation. As of 08:50... Read More

Why the bond market has gotten more nervous

by on November 25, 2021 0
November 27, 2021 JSOULS MADDISON was sure he had scored. As his free kick broke through the wall of Arsenal players, a goal seemed certain. Somehow Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale got his hands on the ball and held it aside. “Best save I’ve seen in years,” said Peter Schmeichel, a former goalkeeper. Others noted... Read More

White House doubles its support for Willow Omarova amid cascading controversies surrounding the candidate

by on November 11, 2021 0
Michael Lee Strategy founder Michael Lee talks about Willow Omarova, Biden’s contender candidate. The White House says it still supports Willow Omarova as a candidate to lead the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, despite passionate attacks on her from Republicans and concerns from Major Democrats. “Willow Omarova is eminently qualified and was... Read More

What higher interest rates could mean for you

by on October 3, 2021 0
Last week, stock indexes posted some of the biggest daily losses since the spring. One explanation for this volatility was an increase in current and projected interest rates. If you’re wondering why many market watchers are predicting higher rates, look no further than the testimony of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. David Gardner For... Read More

Markets in Q3: bears in the store in China

by on September 30, 2021 0
An investor sits in front of a panel displaying stock information at a brokerage office in Beijing, China on December 7, 2018. REUTERS / Thomas Peter Chinese markets suffer historic losses Bond markets are wary of central banks turning off the taps The dollar rules the foreign exchange markets Wild price movements for gas,... Read More

Analysis: Investors struggling with Evergrande fallout assess risk of wider pain

by on September 21, 2021 0
NEW YORK, Sept. 20 (Reuters) – Investors baffled by the fallout from heavily indebted Chinese real estate company Evergrande (3333.HK) were assessing the potential for a bigger upheaval after a massive sell-off that hit stocks around the world. For now, many US-based investors believe the woes of Evergande, China’s second-largest real estate developer, are... Read More

Taliban seized Afghanistan but now faces money shortage

by on August 22, 2021 0
The Taliban face a frontal challenge to consolidate control of Afghanistan: money. Despite their dominant military blitz over the past week, the Taliban lack access to the billions of dollars from their central bank and the International Monetary Fund that would keep the country operating during a turbulent reshuffle. These funds are largely controlled... Read More

US equity futures advance ahead of Fed minutes

by on July 7, 2021 0
U.S. equity futures rose on Wednesday ahead of the release of the latest Federal Reserve meeting minutes and new labor market data. Futures contracts linked to the S&P 500 edged up 0.2%, indicating that the broad market index is approaching its recent all-time close high. Futures on the Nasdaq-100 climbed 0.5%, suggesting that the... Read More

What will investors learn from the Fed minutes?

by on July 4, 2021 0
What will investors learn from the Fed minutes? Investors who rushed after Federal Reserve officials met to discuss monetary policy last month will become clearer on Wednesday when the minutes of that meeting are released. The US central bank surprised market participants in mid-June by signaling a possible policy change in the face of... Read More

FTSE rises as markets ignore reopening delay

by on June 15, 2021 0
gHello. The FTSE is expected to open higher after Wall Street surged higher in the last hour of trading to close at another high. Meanwhile, unemployment fell to 4.7% and businesses created 200,000 new jobs as the economy opened up, new data showed. 5 things to start your day 1) Big tech faces crackdown... Read More

AUD / USD Forex Technical Analysis – Struggling for direction inside a 50% pair at .7770 and .7711

by on June 9, 2021 0
The Australian dollar struggles to head early Wednesday, as investors waited for updated data on consumer prices in the United States. Meanwhile, dovish comments from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) helped push 10-year yields to their lowest since February at 1.525%. Moreover, Wespac analysts continued to be surprised at the absence of a... Read More

Trading volumes to restore, next RBA

by on May 31, 2021 0
Asian futures: Australian ASX 200 futures fell -36 points (-0.502%), the spot market is currently valued at 7125.6 Japanese Nikkei 225 futures are down -40 points (-0.14%), the spot market is currently valued at 28,820.08 Hong Kong Hang Seng futures are down 0 points (0%), spot market is currently valued at 29,151.8 European Friday... Read More

4 reasons mortgage rates could fall further this year

by on March 9, 2021 0
As mortgage rates fall, there is more incentive to buy or refinance a home loan. (iStock) As the coronavirus pandemic has hit millions of Americans financially, there is some silver lining: Current mortgage rates are down – and homeowners and homebuyers alike can save a lot. Mortgage interest rates have come close to historic... Read More

How will a surge affect your finances?

by on March 9, 2021 0
Higher bond yields have arrived. The 10-year Treasury yield, which is closely tied to 30-year mortgage rates and other consumer loans, surpassed 1.5% on Thursday – its highest level in more than a year. Although it relaxed its multi-week climb on Friday to 1.42%. So what? Well, those rising rates mean that investors need... Read More

Central banks face dynamic bond market with ten days of choices

by on March 7, 2021 0
Photographer: Samuel Corum / Bloomberg Photographer: Samuel Corum / Bloomberg Central banks helped save the worldwide financial system from melancholy because the pandemic struck. Now they care for the onerous half: managing the restoration amid a distinction of opinion with traders. Optimism that Covid-19 vaccines and continued authorities stimulus present a means out of... Read More