Inflation - News Headlines

The Brexit-induced income squeeze is easing for the British
May 15th, 2018. 7:18 AM

Official figures show that the cost of living squeeze that Britain has experienced for much of the period since it voted to leave the European Union has eased further

The Brexit-induced income squeeze is easing for the British
Argentines haunted by memories of crisis oppose IMF's help
May 11th, 2018. 2:58 PM

The decision by Argentina's government to seek a financing deal with the International Monetary Fund has brought back haunting memories for many Argentines who blame the IMF's policies for the country's worst economic crisis in 2001

Argentines haunted by memories of crisis oppose IMF's help
Argentines haunted by memories of crisis oppose IMF's help
May 11th, 2018. 12:09 AM

The decision by Argentina's government to seek a financing deal with the International Monetary Fund has brought back haunting memories for many Argentines who blame the IMF's policies for the country's worst economic crisis in 2001

News Icon
Asian shares rally as modest inflation eases rate hike fears
May 10th, 2018. 11:55 PM

Asian stock markets rally as modest inflation data soothes rate hike concerns

Asian shares rally as modest inflation eases rate hike fears
Business Highlights
May 10th, 2018. 5:33 PM

Business Highlights

News Icon
Technology, health care companies driving US stocks higher
May 10th, 2018. 3:24 PM

A broad rally in U.S. stocks has the market on track for its second gain in a row

News Icon
Tame inflation: April consumer prices up just 0.2 percent
May 10th, 2018. 11:34 AM

Outside gasoline, consumer prices rising at a modest pace as inflation pressures remain muted

Tame inflation: April consumer prices up just 0.2 percent
After cold hits economy, UK central bank keeps rate on hold
May 10th, 2018. 10:10 AM

The Bank of England has kept its main interest rate on hold as a run of soft economic data has made it more cautious about the outlook for Britain.

After cold hits economy, UK central bank keeps rate on hold
Inflation muted, April consumer prices up just 0.2 percent
May 10th, 2018. 9:37 AM

US consumer prices rose a modest 0.2 percent in April, while core prices tick up just 0.1 pct.

News Icon
The Latest: UK central bank defends change of mind on rates
May 10th, 2018. 9:09 AM

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has defended himself against a charge that his public comments on interest rate moves lack credibility.

News Icon
The Latest: UK central bank defends change of mind on rates
May 10th, 2018. 8:16 AM

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has defended himself against a charge that his public comments on interest rate moves lack credibility.

News Icon
New Zealand central bank governor says economy in sweet spot
May 9th, 2018. 11:11 PM

New Zealand's new central bank governor says he has started his job with the economy in a sweet spot thanks to robust growth, high levels of employment and low inflation

Adrian Orr
US wholesale prices up a tiny 0.1 percent in April
May 9th, 2018. 10:43 AM

US wholesale prices rose just 0.1 percent in April, held back by big drop in food costs

News Icon
Bank of England likely to delay rate hike as economy slows
May 9th, 2018. 8:02 AM

The Bank of England is not expect to raise its key interest rate on Thursday, as it had signaled for weeks, after weak economic data.

Bank of England likely to delay rate hike as economy slows
Just right: Fed official says US living 'Goldilocks' economy
May 4th, 2018. 6:27 PM

A top Federal Reserve official is suggesting that the unemployment rate could fall further to 3.5 percent with inflation modestly overshooting the Fed's target for a time without raising concerns

John Williams
Fed official sees unemployment dipping as low as 3.5 percent
May 4th, 2018. 5:01 PM

A top Federal Reserve official is suggesting that the unemployment rate could fall further to 3.5 percent with inflation modestly overshooting the Fed's target for a time without raising concerns

News Icon
2nd-longest US expansion on record keeps churning out jobs
May 4th, 2018. 4:18 PM

2nd-longest US expansion on record keeps churning out jobs; unemployment just 3.9 percent

2nd-longest US expansion on record keeps churning out jobs
US adds a modest 164,000 jobs; unemployment down to 3.9 pct.
May 4th, 2018. 2:08 PM

US added 164,000 jobs in April, with unemployment rate dropping to 3.9 percent

News Icon
US employers expected to have added solid 190K jobs in April
May 4th, 2018. 12:04 AM

US employers are expected to have added a solid 190,000 jobs in April, an increase from March

News Icon
EU predicts bright outlook for economy, tougher times for UK
May 3rd, 2018. 7:55 AM

The European Union is expecting strong growth this year and next year while but predicts departing Britain will have tougher times.

EU predicts bright outlook for economy, tougher times for UK

Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of analysts' upgrades, downgrades and new coverage with MarketBeat.com's FREE daily email newsletter.