Results for: inflation+rates

Bank of England's Shafik says interest rates likely to rise - Kent Business

Bank of England policymakers see scant need for rate cut

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

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

Higher gas costs lift US consumer prices after 3 declines

Low interest rates causing 'huge problems' in Germany: Schaeuble

Low interest rates causing 'huge problems' in Germany - Schaeuble

Fed's Evans says strong dollar 'disinflationary', possibly transitory

Fed's Bullard says zero U.S. rates no longer appropriate

ECB's Draghi says resurgent bank lending supporting recovery

Britain sees no inflation in February for first time on record

Fed official maps out rates, but not route

Fed's Williams says mid-year rate rise may be appropriate

Fed's Yellen sees gradual rate hikes starting this year

UK inflation hits historic low

U.S. stocks sag as euro equities, dollar gain

Japan core consumer inflation grinds to halt, keeps BOJ pressured

FTSE hits record high then slips back Wolseley falls

U.S. consumer inflation firming new home sales at seven-year high

US inflation, Greek tensions in focus

Brazil's leader committed to austerity with social focus

Asia stocks firm amid conflicting signals, dollar holds gains

Sweden risks property bubble as currency war intensifies

British pound's swings cause uncertainty for business

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

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

Euro zone and U.S. manufacturing expand, China struggles

Fed expected to hike this year, but future path uncertain: Fischer

UK factory orders stagnate in March, hit by sliding exports - CBI

Japan finance minister urges BOJ to be mindful of weak-yen risks

Abe-Kuroda honeymoon soured by fiscal friction

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

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

Asian shares rise, Fed view pressures dollar

Venezuelan leader's popularity inches up to 25 percent: poll

ECB actions working, but structural reforms needed - Liikanen

Venezuelan leader's popularity inches up to 25 percent

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

Eurozone economy gaining traction as survey near 4-year high

US stock market makes modest gains following strong week

Asian shares fueled by Wall Street's rise on weaker dollar

Wall St. ends four-day skid on late tech rally

ECB's Draghi says money printing already helping recovery

UK retail sales improve in February, boding well for economy

US home sales rebound slightly in February

Chipmaker deal helps Wall St. rebound, oil slumps anew

ARM leads fallers as FTSE drops away from record high

Wall Street down for second straight day energy weak

Bank of England, stung by scandals, flags market concerns

U.S. multinationals set to face much more pain from strong dollar

On 5th anniversary of health care law, no end to debate

Analysis - U.S. multinationals set to face much more pain from strong...

Women have new options for breast cancer surgery

Japan gyrations underline economy's vulnerability

Govt debt to be traded on the ASX

New Egypt tax law: cuts for poor, business hikes

US market rises on Fed comments

US new home sales up 2.3 percent in April

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 has its steepest plunge in 30 years

Brisbane council defends spending $4m in bureaucrat bonuses

Projected lower deficit could slow any budget deal

Venezuelans scrambling to find scarce toilet paper

US consumers keep spending despite higher taxes

NZ dollar slips after tepid inflation data

High inflation rate tipped to linger in Top End

Stock market rebounds after worst day of the year

White House projecting slow economic gains ahead

Gold drops on speculation Fed could pull support

ECB searches for ways to boost sagging eurozone

US productivity grew at modest annual rate in 1Q