Yields on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note remained above 1.6% on Monday ahead of the Federal Reserve policy meeting Tuesday and Wednesday, as more analysts look for the pivotal yield to...
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The European Central Bank acted with uncharacteristic speed last week when it announced an increase in its emergency bond purchases to counter rising bond yields. ECB President Christine...
By Jesse Cohen Investing.com - The Federal Reserve’s highly anticipated monetary policy meeting will be the big deal for global financial markets in the week ahead. While the U.S. central...
By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar pushed higher in early European trade Thursday, after the Federal Reserve failed to deliver any suggestion of more monetary stimulus in the near...
By Peter Nurse Investing.com - Gold prices pushed higher Thursday, helped by the Federal Reserve’s downbeat assessment of the U.S. economic outlook and the confirmation of a continued loose...
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