Bank of England Governor Sees Weak Wage Growth Delaying Rate Rises
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Bank of England Gov. Mark Carney said that while rate setters' tolerance for above-target inflation is coming to an end, it is too early to raise the key interest rate for the first time in a decade.
Europe Stocks Higher on U.S. Tech Stock Rebound
Stocks in Europe and Japan inched higher after a recovery in shares of technology companies sent Wall Street bourses to fresh records.
Evans Says Fed Likely Needs Time to Decide Next Rate Move
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said slow and steady rate rises will help the economy continue to grow, with inflation moving slowly back to the central bank's official price rise target over time.
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Fed's Fischer Expresses Caution About Global Housing Markets
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer urged global policy makers to continue efforts to strengthen the resilience of their housing markets, echoing earlier cautionary words from Fed officials about the potential risks of having low interest rates over long periods.
RBA Remains Upbeat on Australian Growth Outlook
Australia's central bank remains confident growth in the resource-rich economy will accelerate over coming years, shrugging off a weak first quarter result which saw the economy expand at its slowest pace since 2009.
Big Oil Steps Up Support for Carbon Tax
Some of the world's largest oil companies and the country's biggest auto maker are joining a group that is pushing the U.S. government to tax carbon in an effort to slow climate change.
Argentina's 100-Year Bonds Break New Ground for Junk Issuers
Argentina sold a 100-year bond Monday, pricing the bonds at a lower yield than the initial price talk and joining a small group of countries to issue so-called century bonds.
More Banks Target September for Fed's Balance-Sheet Announcement
A handful of banks have moved up their forecasts for when the Federal Reserve will announce intentions to start its balance-sheet reduction to September from December, following Chairwoman Janet Yellen's remarks last week that the central bank could begin the process "relatively soon."
Ukraine State Energy Chief Praises Senate Measure on Russian Pipeline
The head of Ukraine's state energy company cheered the U.S. Senate's decision to take aim at a Russian gas pipeline to Germany in sanctions legislation last week and urged the Trump administration to penalize companies helping Russia execute the project.
Australian Prime Minister Confirms Legislation to Control Gas Exports
Australia's conservative government will go ahead with legislation to put export controls on gas, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said Tuesday.
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June 20, 2017 05:16 ET (09:16 GMT)