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US wholesale prices up slight 0.1% in December
| January 15th, 2020  8:43 AM
US wholesale prices up slight 0.1% in December
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. wholesale prices rose a slight 0.1% in December as a jump in the cost of energy was offset by falling food prices. The Labor Department said Wednesday the December increase in its producer price index, which measures inflation pressures before they reach the consumer, followed no change in November. …
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UK inflation at lowest since late 2016, stokes rate cut talk
January 15th, 2020  6:22 AM

Official figures show that inflation in Britain has fallen to its lowest level since late 2016

consumer prices
Rising energy costs lift US consumer prices 0.2% in December
January 14th, 2020  1:29 PM

Rising gasoline prices lift US consumer inflation 0.2% in December; workers’ earnings don’t keep up

US stocks pull back from records following jobs report
Janet Yellen, Jon Hilsenrath
2014 Fed conundrum: How to alert markets rates were going up
January 10th, 2020  4:06 PM

In her first year as Federal Reserve chair, Janet Yellen presided over a divided policy panel

Fed should focus on fighting low inflation, official says
Fed should focus on fighting low inflation, official says
January 9th, 2020  2:28 PM

A top Federal Reserve official says the US central bank needs to re-orient its policies toward fighting inflation that is too low, rather than its historic focus on keeping inflation from getting too high

Soaring pork prices keep China's inflation at 7-year high
Soaring pork prices keep China's inflation at 7-year high
January 9th, 2020  2:28 AM

Soaring pork prices that nearly doubled in December kept China's inflation at a seven-year high despite government efforts to ease meat shortages caused by a disease outbreak

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Soaring pork prices push up Chinese food costs
January 8th, 2020  11:01 PM

Soaring pork prices that nearly doubled in December kept China's inflation at a seven-year high despite government efforts to ease meat shortages caused by a disease outbreak

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China food prices jump despite effort to ease pork shortage
January 8th, 2020  10:30 PM

China's food prices jumped 17.4% in December over a year earlier, driven by surging pork costs despite official efforts to ease shortages caused by a disease outbreak

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Eurozone inflation hits 6-month high before oil price spike
January 7th, 2020  6:07 AM

Inflation across the 19-country eurozone spiked to a six-month high in December even before the recent spike in oil prices in the wake of the U.S.-sanctioned killing of Iranian general, Qassem Soleimani, official figures showed Tuesday

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Eurozone inflation rate hits 6-month high of 1.3%
January 7th, 2020  5:03 AM

Official figures show that inflation across the 19-country eurozone spiked to a six-month high in December

Jerome Powell
Federal Reserve last month saw a declining risk of recession
January 3rd, 2020  2:55 PM

Fed saw little risk of a recession last month as it kept rates steady after three cuts

US consumer spending up 0.4% in November, best since July
US consumer spending up 0.4% in November, best since July
December 20th, 2019  5:21 PM

Americans increased their spending in November at the fastest pace in four months while income growth rebounded to the strongest gain since August. The Commerce Department said Friday that consumer spending rose 0.4% last month, led by a big jump in spending on durable goods such as autos

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Swedish central bank raises key rate to 0%
December 19th, 2019  4:38 AM

Sweden's central bank says it has raised its benchmark interest rate to zero from minus 0.25% amid signs that inflation is picking up

Onion crisis raises a stink for India's Prime Minister Modi
Onion crisis raises a stink for India's Prime Minister Modi
December 19th, 2019  12:03 AM

With crops ruined by a combination of drought and rot, the price of onions has skyrocketed in India and added to worries over food inflation at a time when the slowing economy has become a liability for the government

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UK inflation bolsters view central bank will not cut rates
December 18th, 2019  5:47 AM

Inflation in Britain held steady at 1.5% in the year to November, way below the Bank of England's target of 2%

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UK inflation holds steady below Bank of England's target
December 18th, 2019  4:48 AM

Inflation in Britain held steady at 1.5% in the year to November, way below the Bank of England's target of 2%

Europe's new central banker aims to put her stamp on the job
Europe's new central banker aims to put her stamp on the job
December 12th, 2019  12:04 PM

Christine Lagarde is wasting no time in putting her stamp on the European Central Bank

Wholesale prices unchanged in November as energy prices cool
Jerome Powell
Fed leaves low rates alone and sees no moves in near future
December 11th, 2019  6:23 PM

Chairman Jerome Powell has made clear that the Federal Reserve is prepared to keep its benchmark interest rate very low through at least next year and possibly longer

Jerome Powell
Fed leaves low rates alone and foresees no moves in 2020
December 11th, 2019  4:32 PM

The Federal Reserve is leaving its benchmark interest rate alone and signaling that it expects to keep low rates unchanged through next year

November US consumer prices up 0.3% on rising energy costs
November US consumer prices up 0.3% on rising energy costs
December 11th, 2019  8:34 AM

Higher energy prices lifted U.S. overall consumer prices in November

Jerome Powell
US Federal Reserve could signal no rate hike through 2020
December 11th, 2019  6:19 AM

The Federal Reserve is set to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged Wednesday and will likely signal that it expects rates to remain low well into next year despite a robust job market

Christine Lagarde, Luis de Guindos
Europe's new central bank chief faces slow growth, dissent
December 10th, 2019  11:47 AM

The new head of the European Central Bank is getting ready to give her first official assessment of the eurozone economy

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Asian stocks fall ahead of US tariff deadline, US, EU rates
December 10th, 2019  12:36 AM

Asian stock markets are lower as investors look ahead to U.S. and European interest rate decisions and a possible American tariff hike on Chinese imports

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