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© Reuters. Investing.com – This week investors will get to hear remarks from a number of Federal Reserve speakers as they continue to await developments in the U.S.-China trade talks and Brexit will also remain in the spotlight after EU leaders granted the U.K. a two week deadline extension. New York Fed President John Williams
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© Reuters. Investing.com – As investors continue to wait for a breakthrough in U.S. – China trade talks they will get an update on Federal Reserve rate hike projections this week and the central bank could also announce plans to end the wind-down of its balance sheet. The Fed is widely expected to keep monetary
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© Reuters. Investing.com – Investors will be looking ahead to a fresh batch of U.S. economic data this week after Friday’s underwhelming U.S. jobs report and disappointing Chinese trade data raised concerns about a slowdown in global economic activity. Markets will get the latest reading on U.S. retail sales on Monday, which are expected to
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© Reuters. Investing.com – While trade talks between the U.S. and China continue to take center stage, this week investors will get an update on the health of the U.S. labor market on Friday and central bank developments will also be in focus. The February employment report could underline the Federal Reserve’s case for patience
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© Reuters. Investing.com – In what promises to be a jam packed week markets will be eyeing developments in U.S.-China trade talks ahead of Friday’s looming deadline and will get an overdue update of the health of the world’s largest economy with Thursday’s report on U.S. fourth quarter growth. On Friday U.S. President Donald Trump
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© Reuters. Investing.com – The dollar was modestly higher against its rivals Friday and remained on track to post consecutive weekly gains for the first time since November. The dollar’s rise came as traders digested mostly negative U.S. economic data. The , which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies,
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© Reuters. Investing.com – This week investors will get an update on U.S. inflation figures after the Federal Reserve said it will be patient as it considers whether to continue hiking interest rates. Other U.S. economic reports due this week include consumer prices on Wednesday, producer prices and December retail sales figures on Thursday and
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© Reuters. Investing.com – This week investors will get the chance to hear remarks by a number of Federal Reserve officials after the U.S. central bank caught markets off guard by putting plans for further rate hikes on hold and pledging to be “patient” on further moves. Having signaled further rate rises as recently as
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© Reuters. Investing.com – This week investors will be focusing on the Federal Reserve’s first meeting of the year, as well as an expected update on U.S. fourth quarter growth and Friday’s closely watched U.S. government employment report for January. The ongoing trade negotiations between the U.S. and China will also be in the spotlight.
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© Reuters. Investing.com – This week investors will be continuing to monitor U.S.-China trade negotiations for signs of progress, while the ongoing government shutdown continues to delay some key U.S. economic reports. Investors will get an update on U.S. existing home sales and jobless claims, while U.S. markets will remain closed for a long holiday
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© Reuters. Investing.com – This week investors will be looking ahead to Tuesday’s data on U.S. producer price inflation as they continue to gauge the outlook for policy tightening by the Federal Reserve this year. If figures indicate that inflationary pressures are cooling, there could be a further reprieve from concerns over the prospect of
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© Reuters. Investing.com – This week investors will be looking to Wednesday’s minutes of the Federal Reserve’s December meeting and a speech by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell a day later as they try to determine the Fed’s outlook on monetary policy. Last month the Fed voted to increase interest rates for a fourth time in
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© Reuters. Investing.com – With little data on the economic calendar , markets will likely focus more heavily on political headlines after the failure by the U.S. Congress and President Donald Trump to agree to a spending bill by midnight Saturday resulted in a partial U.S. government shutdown. Meanwhile, reports that President Trump suggested firing
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© Reuters. Investing.com – This week investors will have their attention firmly focused on monetary policy as the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England and the Bank of Japan issue updates at a time of increased market volatility. The Fed is widely expected to deliver a quarter point interest rate hike at its meeting on
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