Almost 100 days since the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, firms are still in the dark. Prime Minister Theresa May has offered little insight into her exit strategy, leaving executives to make decisions on investment and hiring with no clarity on what the business environment might look like, or how easy it … More Hundred days after Brexit, What the economy is telling us . .
Last Friday U.S. equities inched lower as excitement over the Federal Reserve’s “no hike” policy decision on Wednesday was replaced by a mixture of apprehension and fear ahead of Monday’s Super Bowl-sized presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Policy dependent areas include monetary policy, energy stocks, healthcare, trade policy and immigration. All of … More Keep an eye of Twitter . .
Shares of banks slid Monday, dragging down major indexes world-wide. After stocks rallied following central-bank meetings last week, major U.S. indexes notched two consecutive sessions of losses. Investors sold bank shares in the U.S., Europe and Japan amid concerns about the capital position of Deutsche Bank ahead of anticipated legal settlement with the U.S. Justice … More Stocks down, as Bank shares fall
Will Saudi Arabia and Iran be able to reach an output compromise? The oil market suffered some fresh hits from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Friday, as news reports blasted an abundant supply of comments from oil officials ahead … More OPEC talk, Crude oil waiting for action
From the US, to Europe and Asia the markets are sending signals that the era of cheap money is not even near . . Bonds in the European Union had their best day since Brexit, commodities jumped for a sixth straight day as oil topped $46 a barrel.Traders piled into … More Far from ending the era of cheap money, Major indices stormed higher again
The Bank of Japan shifted the focus of its monetary stimulus program Wednesday, seeking flexibility to manage its side effects while strengthening its commitment to stoking inflation over the longer term. The central bank said it would move away from a rigid target for expanding the money supply, while seeking to control bond yields across … More Bank of Japan : Shifting policy framework to targeting yield curve
Federal Reserve unlikely to raise rates after disappointing data A string of disappointing results on the U.S. economy in the past several weeks has all but ensured that interest rates will remain ultra-low for consumers and businesses for another few months. Federal Reserve meet this week to debate … More U.S markets drift lower, except those 3 giants . .
The German conglomerate offers couple of times a deal for buying Monsanto, the American pharmaceutical company and now they finally agree on this deal. . Let’s take a look in details of the deal between BAYER AG and MONSANTO In a rapidly consolidating sector already dominated by just a handful of players, … More A bid for $66 billion – Accepted.
We make money, So you don’t have to . . Wall street Fiscal conservatives might be close to an “I told you so” moment. Critics have long blasted the indefinite reign of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing program, which has created a headwind for lending institutions. Notably, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump weighed … More Banking sector – “The big 4”
The truth is laying in the details . . The case of action in the European Union FRANKFURT, Germany Should the European Central Bank give another push to an economy that’s not rolling fast enough to … More European central bank meeting .. What arguments we know at this point . .