Asia stocks drop as slowdown fears rattle investors

Stock markets in Asia joined a global sell-off on renewed worries about trade (...)

UPDATE 1-India Inc grows impatient as economy dips and Modi is distracted

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi was re-elected in May with a sweeping majority, (...)

Stock markets drop on new Trump China tariffs

US and European indexes fall after the President announces taxes on $300bn (...)

BoE says British banks ready for no-deal Brexit, trade war

British banks hold enough capital to cope with a no-deal Brexit and a global (...)

UPDATE 2-Powell: Fed can be patient as U.S. economy evolves in 2019

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said on Thursday the U.S. central bank (...)

European funds cut equity holdings, hoard cash as growth fears rise - Reuters poll

European fund managers cut equity exposure to a six-month low and upped cash (...)

COLUMN-Risks for world economy, markets if U.S. yields hold above 3 pct: McGeever

The outlook for U.S. interest rates has shifted, as investors bet that recent (...)

Exchange-rate shifts have helped the global economy

STICKLERS for value have plenty of reasons to frown at financial markets. (...)

Governments need to rethink their attitudes to debt

GOVERNMENTS do not always make the best budget managers. Assuming it avoids (...)

Recruiter InterQuest warns on fees as Brexit hits financial services unit

Aug 29 (Reuters) - British technology-focused recruiter InterQuest Group said (...)

COLUMN-US monopoly power and the stock market boom: James Saft

Aug 22 (Reuters) - Monopoly pricing power may be keeping U.S. corporate earnings (...)

China modernises its monetary policy

QIN SHIHUANG was the emperor who first unified China, through bloody conquest (...)

SE Asia Stocks-Philippines up on strong growth data; others subdued

By Urvashi Goenka Aug 17 (Reuters) - Philippine shares ended higher on Thursday (...)

SE Asia Stocks-Singapore hits 1-month low as financials drag

By Urvashi Goenka Aug 16 (Reuters) - Singapore shares hit a one-month (...)

Investors are not great at predicting politics

FINANCIAL markets are supposed to be the font of all wisdom, weighing up the (...)

America’s uncompetitive markets harm its economy

“THE best of all monopoly profits is a quiet life,” wrote Sir John Hicks, (...)

SE Asia Stocks-Most up on cautious Fed; Philippines gives up gains

By Chris Thomas July 13 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets (...)

The EU proposes pan-European pension products

THE story of the European Union is in part that of the steady accretion of (...)

Why the falling oil price isn’t hurting markets

INVESTORS could easily get confused about the impact of oil-price rises on (...)

Why falling oil isn't hurting markets

INVESTORS could easily get confused about the impact of oil prices rises on (...)

The Treasury publishes proposals to cut red tape

TEN days after he became America’s 45th president in January, Donald Trump (...)

Podcast: Super Mario to the rescue

As the European Central Bank meets in Estonia this week, is it time for Mario (...)

Why government-bond yields have been falling again

EVERY year it seems that analysts and investors play a ritual game. They begin (...)

Sulk but no tantrum likely as central banks sidle towards exit

LONDON (Reuters) - History suggests that financial markets react violently (...)

GLOBAL MARKETS-S&P on track for worst day since Sept on Trump concern

NEW YORK, May 17 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks and the dollar fell while bond prices (...)

India needs to curb a borrowing spree by its state governments

WHICH Indian state sounds more likely to repay a loan: Bihar, the country’s (...)

Delay seen, again, on Trump growth agenda after Comey sacking

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Not even a week after the Trump administration and Congress (...)

Investors are both bullish and skittish about share prices

TEN years ago this month investors were pretty confident. True, there were (...)

The markets are uninspired by the Trump tax plan

REMEMBER why the "Trump bump" began, all the way back in November? The rationale (...)

Why the Federal Reserve should keep its balance-sheet large

HOW much money should exist? The Federal Reserve must soon confront this deep (...)

The markets adjust their Brexit calculations

SOMETIMES the markets are genuinely surprised. On the morning of April 18th, (...)

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