FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Savers will suffer longer with zero returns on their accounts. Home buyers, companies and governments will keep on borrowing cheaply. And questions will grow further about.. Seattle Times
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When Robert Frohwein was driving along Silicon Valley’s Sand Hill Road in search of venture capital, he could practically hear the.. The American Prospect
June 29 -- Any glimmer of hope Canada had for a return to interest-rate normalcy has been extinguished for the foreseeable future. Bloomberg News' Allison McNeely reports. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
June 29 -- Ira Jersey, senior client portfolio manager at OppenheimerFunds, and Peter Hooper, chief economist at Deutsche Bank Securities, discuss the factors impacting U.S. Treasury yields and the.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
June 29 -- Patrick Armstrong, chief investment officer at Plurimi Investment Managers, discusses possible monetary policy coming from the Federal Reserve and geopolitical factors influencing decisions... Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
June 29 -- Circle Jan. 31, 2018, on the calendar. That’s the soonest the Federal Reserve hikes next. At least if money market derivatives are to be believed. Traders, who have consistently been.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
June 29 -- Mark Carney warned U.K. voters it could happen. Now economists say it’s time to get ready. Almost three quarters of respondents to a Bloomberg survey conducted after Britain voted to leave.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
People are worried about the Brexit.
With good reason, there has been considerable hand-wringing over the economic and political uncertainty that will come with the UK's decision to exit the.. Business Insider
Jim Bullard, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, has earned a reputation as a flip-flopper because he has changed his mind so often on whether and how soon the Fed should raise.. bizjournals
Market volatility. Sluggish global economic growth. Low interest rates, Brexit. Add that all up and it's no surprise why Goldman Sachs is the worst performer in the Dow this year. But can it rebound in.. CNNMoney
Now that a second UK referendum appears to be out of the question and as a result there is no need to further punish UK risk assets in hopes of "changing people's minds", the risk on rally (especially.. Zero Hedge
Lending to British households grew at its fastest pace in a decade in the run up to the EU referendum, new figures from the Bank of England have shown.
Consumer credit - a measure of loans and.. City A.M.
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The delinquency rate on loans is key in understanding banking. It answers one question: what percentage of loans is overdue for payment? *The.. Zero Hedge
Remortgaging hit £5bn in May, the highest value for May since 2008, according to research released today.
At 32,334, the number of remortgage loans was 31 per cent higher in May than in the same.. City A.M.
As noted early this morning, overnight Japanes bond yields tumbled to new all time record lows, with the move sending even the longest maturity, 40Y bond, to below 0.1% on its way to negative.. Zero Hedge
With the passage of United Kingdom’s June 23rd European Union referendum under a sharply divided national vote, the British exit from the E.U., commonly referred to as Brexit, has every indication of.. PRWeb
It has been a... volatile year for Crispin Odey. After a less than stellar 2015 in which his flagship fund loss 20%, Odey was delighted when his bearish strategy worked during the selloff in early.. Zero Hedge
The shortest answer is the Great Recession and austerity policies of EU policymakers. What austerity policies? In the UK's case, it was raising taxes in 2010 while cutting government spending in an.. Huffington Post
Home prices in metro Atlanta were up 6.5 percent in April, according to the latest S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices. Prices here were also up 1.3 percent from March to April. “The home price.. bizjournals
The big banks are already reflecting a rate cut.
Banking shares tumbled in the past few days along with the rest of global markets following Britain's vote to leave the European Union last.. Business Insider