Federal Open Market Committee

Rumors spark selloff for Chinese stocks as yen sinks on stimulus chatter; Statoil announces more cutbacks; tech buoyed by Apple earnings and chip merger.
Whereas a lackluster May jobs report hangs over Fed policymakers, sluggish price growth remains the key factor in FOMC policy.
Profits plunge at PetroChina due to low oil prices; primaries in the presidential race fail to consolidate frontrunners’ leads.
U.K., India and Japan report macro data points; China investment bank CITIC Securities reports results.
Markets gird for FOMC outlook; LSE, Deutsche Borse to merge; OPEC to meet with non-members; Trump, Clinton surge; Frost’s Ted Harper on the oil outlook.
Ex–Goldman Sachs banker Neel Kashkari, who will soon influence U.S. monetary policy, has opposed stimulus measures by the Federal Reserve.
German factory orders slump; Japan signals inflation with rising wages; Group of 20 meets in Ankara.
Australia’s central bank cuts rates; Federal Reserve leak subject of Department of Justice probe; Indonesia posts slow growth.
The pace and likely end point of Fed tightening are more important than the start date in determining the yield curve — and the long-term rate outlook.
Earnings announcements from Shell and Nasdaq are in the U.S. equity spotlight, while Germany experiences deflation for the first time since 2009.