Results for: rate+policy

More central banks meet, but ability to pilot economies in doubt

No Bank of England rate rise until early 2016

Fitch downgrades Japan, joins Moody's in warning on fiscal policy

Bank of England upbeat on euro zone, eyes inflation pressures - minutes

China says employment resilient despite slower economic growth

Inflation goal may be too low, says Fed's Rosengren: FT

China's banks foil support measures for housing market

With economy uncertain, no Fed rate hike is seen before fall

China says to increase policy support for cooling economy

Asian central banks to ease further, but effects may be muted: Reuters poll

Toyota adviser nominated for Japan central bank board

Deflation? Oil's 45 percent rebound could be markets' next headache

Swiss franc debtors march in Croatia, demand cen bank governor to resign

Oil price shock soon to be positive overall for Canada: Poloz

Asia Week Ahead: Economic plans for ASEAN nations

Thousands protest in Croatian capital over government handling of hard-hit...

Water pricing to spur conservation ruled unconstitutional

U.S. economy to rebound in second quarter strong dollar a threat

Economy to rebound in second quarter strong dollar a threat: Reuters poll

Canada growth pickup to fall short of Bank of Canada forecast: Reuters poll

China factory activity disappoints again, hopes pinned on US and Europe

Labour woos young voters with pledge to cut home buyers' tax

Dollar falls on business spending, euro eases on Greece

Investors question whether banks' robust profit growth will hold

Euro zone economy now on sustainable recovery path, say forecasters

Caterpillar sees challenges in strong dollar, weak oil, unrest

Global growth outlook steady despite oil fall, stimulus burst

Fed eyes ability of asset managers to repay in a panic

Market liquidity drought raises alarm bells inside Fed

China April flash HSBC PMI contracts to one-year low

Nasdaq Record: Then and Now

World shares hit new high but Europe rally fades on Greece

BNP executive tipped as front-runner to head Bank of France

Saha launches social network to help young athletes

Buenos Aires primary swept by opposition presidential candidate's party

For expats, Singapore becoming (a bit) cheaper to call home

Global shifts leave India's exporters exposed to lofty rupee

Twittering teenagers swoon over British Labour leader Miliband

Labour Party pledges to control rents if elected on May 7

Senate finally moves to confirm Lynch as attorney general

Insight - New risks as young Londoners priced out of housing market

Weak U.S. business spending data hints at sluggish growth rebound

EU charges Russia's Gazprom gas giant with market abuse

Insight - Part-time 'slack' may be nearing its end as Fed debates hike

Part-time 'slack' may be nearing its end as Fed debates hike

Shares, euro sag after euro zone PMIs disappoint

Osborne avoids deficit slip-up, retail sales unexpectedly fall

Petrobras tries to turn page on corruption, talks oil

Contrasting fortunes for Europe's banks

European governments have largely failed to reform - EU document

Putin accuses US of supporting separatists in Russia

FTSE climbs to record high in face of election uncertainty

Brazil's Petrobras: Graft scheme cost $2.1B in losses

Wall St. falls European shares rise on optimism over Greece

Wall St falls European shares rise on optimism over Greece

Populist Conservative budget puts Canada's Liberals in election squeeze

China, Europe and U.S. business activity disappoints in April

Deutsche Bank first-quarter profit falls by half as legal charges bite

Deutsche Bank first quarter profit falls by half as legal charges bite

Analysis - Productivity puzzle to tax UK election victor

Analysis - Barring economic slump, Europe's populists may be peaking

Pakistan military's move on Karachi seen part of 'creeping coup'

Same-sex marriage opponents urge Supreme Court to go slow

Analysis - Billions at risk for Ghana, oil firms from oil boundary ruling

Insight - Pakistan military's move on Karachi seen part of 'creeping coup'

Deutsche faces tough task paring back retail, investment banking

After crisis warnings, UK's Labour says no deals with Scottish nationalists

After crisis warnings, Labour says no deals with Scottish nationalists

Obama nominates Pritzker, Froman for economic jobs

Column: Football without Ferguson? Unthinkably sad

Breastmilk fights infant infections: study

Japan gyrations underline economy's vulnerability

Asia stock markets edge up after big sell-off

Between economy and trouble, Obama approval steady

New reports suggests global warming could be slower than first thought

JPMorgan's Dimon survives shareholder referendum

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