Results for: inflation+expectations

Bank of England's Broadbent sees 'pretty low' UK deflation risk

Higher German prices could help spur euro zone inflation

More economists see Bank of England rates on hold until early 2016 -...

Bank of England policymakers see scant need for rate cut

Japan core consumer inflation grinds to halt, keeps BOJ pressured

Japan industrial output decline raises doubts about domestic demand

Carney says Bank of England rates likely to rise, contrasts with Haldane

Euro zone price fall slows as expected, deflation fears ease

Confidence in euro zone economy near a four-year high

Fed's Yellen sees gradual rate hikes starting this year

U.S. jobs to add heat to Fed lift-off debate

U.S. consumer spending tepid savings at two-year high

Strong case for June rates liftoff, says Fed's Lacker

Business forecasters boost 2-year outlook for US economy

Three weeks into ECB quantitative easing, markets begin taper talk

Japan March final manufacturing PMI falls to 50.3 as domestic orders...

Global investors cut cash to catch monetary easing wave - Reuters poll

Euro zone lending dips in February, pointing to slow recovery in credit

Bank of England, stung by scandals, flags market concerns

Yemen weighs on Asian shares, Japan gains on stimulus hopes

Exclusive - 'Abenomics' architect says BOJ must ease again on April 30

US consumer spending edges up 0.1 percent in February

BOJ says structural factors hurting exports are fading

Gloomy China, Japan data add to pressure for stimulus

Marks &amp Spencer expected to show improving trend for non-food sales

UK retail sales improve in February, boding well for economy

German consumer morale hits highest level in 13-1/2 years - GfK

Japan tankan survey: businesses wary, spending plans flat

Weak demand in Asia calls for more stimulus

Recovery in Japan business mood stalls, capex to be cut: BOJ tankan

Asian shares rise, U.S. jobs data in focus

Recovery in Japan business mood stalls, capex to be cut - BOJ tankan

Former Ga. Educators Guilty in Cheating Scandal

Bank of Canada says rate cut bought time, suggests April move unlikely

Euro zone manufacturing picks up as weak euro boosts exports - PMI

Market uncertainty tempers forecasts for equities' gains this year -...

Reuters Poll: Market uncertainty tempers forecasts for equities' gains...

U.S. jobs, services sector data point to growth rebound

Modi's popularity in rural India punctured by discontent, suicides

Insight - Modi's popularity in rural India punctured by discontent,...

Investment banks eye potential trading boost from ECB stimulus

11 former Atlanta educators convicted in cheating scandal

Form meets pedigree in Australasian World Cup final

US economic growth may be mild, but it's also really durable

Bull trots on: Stocks grind higher for 9th straight quarter

Bull runs along: Stocks end 1Q up for 9th straight quarter

Republican economic veterans, Hubbard and Warsh, advising Jeb Bush: sources

European factories buoyant but weak Asia adds to stimulus calls

In Nigeria, 'Buharism' will need to modernize fast

Analysis - In Nigeria, 'Buharism' will need to modernise fast

Teen libertarian is face of Brazil's young free-market right

Japan gyrations underline economy's vulnerability

Some unions now angry about health care overhaul

New Egypt tax law: cuts for poor, business hikes

Dollar falls, market retreats on economic data

Swan welcomes RBA rate cut

RBA's cash rate 'likely to stay on hold'

Gold prices tumble lower

Gold price slumps as investment banks advise sell-off

Gold plunges to lowest in more than two years

Brisbane council defends spending $4m in bureaucrat bonuses

Projected lower deficit could slow any budget deal

Bulgarian center-right wins most of the votes

US consumers keep spending despite higher taxes

NZ dollar slips after tepid inflation data

High inflation rate tipped to linger in Top End

Greece sticks with austerity, seeks debt relief

US market rallies as gold price stabilises

Stock market rebounds after worst day of the year

White House projecting slow economic gains ahead

ECB searches for ways to boost sagging eurozone

US productivity grew at modest annual rate in 1Q

Door remains ajar for more rate cuts: RBA

Japan central bank keeps extreme easing steady

RBA cuts cash rate to record low

ECB weighs rate cut as eurozone economy struggles