Inflation - News Headlines

Argentine Senate approves austerity budget
November 15th, 2018  11:34 AM

Argentine lawmakers have approved an austerity budget for 2019 that cuts social spending and raises debt payments to meet conditions from the International Monetary Fund

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UK inflation steady above Bank of England's target
November 14th, 2018  5:16 AM

Official figures show inflation in Britain held steady above the Bank of England's target level in October

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Fed leaves key rate unchanged but sees further hikes ahead
November 8th, 2018  2:30 PM

Fed leaves key rate unchanged but signals future 'gradual increases' to prolong economic expansion

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Fed is set to keep rates on hold before a hike later in year
November 8th, 2018  3:00 AM

Fed is set to keep rates on hold Thursday before hiking for a 4th time this year in December

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Fed likely to keep rates on hold and sketch a bright outlook
November 5th, 2018  11:03 AM

Fed is likely to keep rates on hold and sketch a bright economic outlook

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Wages surge as US adds a robust 250,000 jobs in October
November 2nd, 2018  2:06 PM

US employers added 250,000 jobs in October and lifted wages at fastest pace since 2009

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Wages surge as US adds a robust 250,000 jobs in October
November 2nd, 2018  12:17 PM

US employers added 250,000 jobs in October and lifted wages at fastest pace since 2009

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Bank of England warns of economic shock if Brexit talks fail
November 1st, 2018  11:36 AM

The Bank of England has warned that Britain could suffer an economic shock if it crashes out of the European Union without a deal.

Bank of England warns of economic shock if Brexit talks fail
Eurozone inflation near 6-year high as oil price spikes
October 31st, 2018  7:25 AM

Official figures show that inflation across the 19-country eurozone has risen to its highest level in nearly six years, largely on the back of higher energy prices

Eurozone inflation near 6-year high as oil price spikes
UK faces prospect of recession and downgrade, S&P warns
October 30th, 2018  5:39 PM

A leading credit agency says Britain faces the prospect of an immediate recession, spiking unemployment and inflation if it crashes out of the European Union in March with no deal on future relations

UK faces prospect of recession and downgrade, S&P warns
US consumer spending up inflation-adjusted 0.3 percent
October 29th, 2018  9:46 AM

US consumer spending rose by an inflation-adjusted 0.3 percent in September; led by health care services and autos

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Stocks erase most of early losses after huge gain; IBM sinks
October 17th, 2018  4:40 PM

US stocks mostly recover from some early losses as banks rise, but technology companies, retailers and homebuilders finish with losses

Stocks erase most of early losses after huge gain; IBM sinks
Fed officials discussed hiking rates to 'restrictive' level
October 17th, 2018  3:42 PM

Fed minutes: Officials discussed possible need to push interest rates to restrictive level

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UK inflation drop eases central bank dilemma ahead of Brexit
October 17th, 2018  6:06 AM

Inflation in Britain eased markedly during September, lowering the pressure on the Bank of England to raise interest rates while the country faces uncertainty from Brexit.

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UK inflation eases back after fall in food prices
October 17th, 2018  4:40 AM

Official figures show that inflation in Britain eased back during September following a fall in food and non-alcoholic beverage prices

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Trump escalates his attacks on Fed: 'My biggest threat'
October 16th, 2018  6:01 PM

Trump launches new round of criticism at Federal Reserve, saying it is 'my biggest threat'

Trump escalates his attacks on Fed: 'My biggest threat'
Asian shares up on hopes that US, China will solve dispute
October 16th, 2018  12:14 AM

Asian shares up on hopes that US, China will resolve trade dispute

Asian shares up on hopes that US, China will solve dispute
Trump steps up his attacks on Federal Reserve's rate hikes
October 11th, 2018  4:05 PM

Trump escalates attacks on Federal Reserve, blaming higher rates for market decline

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US consumer prices up slight 0.1 percent in September
October 11th, 2018  10:29 AM

US consumer prices up slight 0.1 percent in September as energy prices retreated after big gain

US consumer prices up slight 0.1 percent in September
European Central Bank confident in plan to remove stimulus
October 11th, 2018  8:43 AM

Top European Central Bank officials expressed confidence at their last meeting that inflation is trending toward levels more consistent with a strong economy after 2.5 trillion euros ($2.9 trillion) in bond-purchase stimulus

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