Hayden Briscoe • September 16, 2014
Following its depreciation earlier this year, China’s currency has reached a fork in the road and is likely to rebound soon.
Andrew Barber • September 16, 2014
Inflation remains manageable in the U.K.; foreign investment in China drops sharply; German economic confidence wanes.
Ralph Jennings • September 15, 2014
International asset managers in Asia are looking for distinctive strategies to drive growth in more challenging circumstances.
Rick Rieder • September 15, 2014
Recent data suggest that much of the Fed’s ultra-dovish monetary policy may soon be behind us, and rate hikes will start sooner than many expect.
Andrew Barber • September 15, 2014
More jitters over the Scottish vote weigh on the sterling; Chinese regulators step up pressure on banks.
Anthony Rowley • September 15, 2014
With growth stalling and a weak yen doing little to revive exports, doubts are growing about the reflationary policies of Prime Minister Abe and BoJ's Kuroda.
Tom Buerkle • September 14, 2014
As markets watch closely for signs of a shift in Fed policy, Basel says current conditions are eerily similar to the precrisis froth of 2007.
Joanne Gilbert • September 14, 2014
Despite five years of recovery, downward pressure on wage growth remains an economic bugbear.
Andrew Barber • September 13, 2014
Highlights of next week’s macro calendar: the FOMC’s September meeting and Scotland's independence referendum.
Curtis Butler, George Iwanicki • September 12, 2014
Emerging markets look ready to rejoin the global recovery. The next step is to figure out when to reenter EM stocks.
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