Global Economy Week Ahead: U.S. Durable Goods, Eurozone Confidence, U.K. Tax Plan
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The week ahead will feature durable-goods data in the U.S., while in Europe, a reading on eurozone consumer confidence is due and the U.K. Treasury chief will present his latest tax plan.
Euro Drops After German Talks Fail
The euro fell in Asia after Chancellor Angela Merkel's efforts to form a government in Germany collapsed overnight, leaving the eurozone's largest economy in political limbo almost two months after its general election.
German Political Woes Upset the Euro, Local Stocks
German stocks and the euro came under pressure after negotiations to form a new government in the country broke down.
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Developed Economies' Stock Gains Pale Beside Emerging Markets' GDP Boom
A sharp disconnect has emerged in global financial markets: Developing countries with the strongest growth over the past decade have had mostly stagnant markets, while advanced economies that have posted sluggish growth have had booming stock markets. That divergence is unlikely to last.
Some Fund Ads Misrepresent Morningstar Ratings
Money managers are sometimes misrepresenting ratings from Morningstar Inc. in advertisements aimed at investors, a Wall Street Journal review has found.
Japan's Exports Rise for 11th Straight Month
Japanese exports rose 14.0% in October from a year ago, helped by strong overseas demand for cars and tools to make semiconductors, data from Japan's finance ministry showed Monday.
U.S. Rebuffs China's Charm Offensive, Edging Closer to Trade War
The administration is investigating trade actions against China as it looks to fundamentally challenge Chinese trade practices and reject a tradition of eking out concessions from Beijing around high-level meetings.
IMF Expects Australian Rates to Stay Low for Longer
The International Monetary Fund said Australia needed low interest rates and loose budget settings to lift economic growth, inflation and employment over time.
Temporary Bank Regulator Departs, but Maybe Not for Good
The acting comptroller of the currency, Keith Noreika, is ending an eventful and unusual tenure in charge of a federal banking regulator, where he spent about 200 days criticizing other regulators, unilaterally changing policies and provoking arguments.
Buoyant Central and Eastern Europe Revives Overheating Fears
The speed and scale of Europe's economic recovery has taken almost everyone by surprise, and nowhere has the turnaround been more impressive than in central and Eastern Europe. Nonetheless, the region faces challenges that pose risks to the recovery.
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November 20, 2017 05:15 ET (10:15 GMT)