Dollar weakens as doubts grow about timing of fiscal stimulus, rate hikes - MarketWatch published on February 23rd, 2017 at 10:11 PM MarketWatchDollar weakens as doubts grow about timing of fiscal stimulus, rate hikesMarketWatchThe dollar weakened Thursday as traders focused on doubts about the timing of rate hikes following minutes from the Federal Reserve and the implementation of fiscal policy proposed by President Donald Trump. In the Fed minutes, which were released ...The Fed isn't sure whether Trump will be good or bad for the economy â but it thinks investors are ignoring the risksmySanAntonio.comEUROPE MARKETS: European Stocks End Lower, Retreat Further From 14-month HighMorningstar.comFederal Reserve could raise rates 'fairly soon,' meeting minutes showOmaha World-HeraldBarron's (blog) -Action Forex -The Independentall 530 news articles »
Bundesbank president: Did not support further ECB stimulus - CNBC published on February 23rd, 2017 at 10:11 PM CNBCBundesbank president: Did not support further ECB stimulusCNBCThe president of the German Bundesbank has told CNBC that he could not support the European Central Bank's recent stimulus decisions, adding that monetary policy shouldn't be accommodative for more than it is needed. "No single person is running the ...and more »
Fiscal Stimulus to Boost US Economic Growth, Says OECD - DailyFX published on February 20th, 2017 at 10:11 PM Fiscal Stimulus to Boost US Economic Growth, Says OECDDailyFXAccording to a report today from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), United States GDP is set to enjoy moderate growth as we head toward the end of the year, and set to accelerate as projected fiscal stimulus hits the ...and more »
ECB Scouts for Forward Guidance Pitfalls on Road to Stimulus End ... - Bloomberg published on February 20th, 2017 at 10:11 PM THE BUSINESS TIMESECB Scouts for Forward Guidance Pitfalls on Road to Stimulus End ...BloombergEuropean Central Bank officials are beginning to wonder how they're going to tell the world when the end of the stimulus era is in sight.Economy good, but homes in German cities overpriced, says Deutsche BundesbankArab Newsall 15 news articles »
ECB Sees 'No Room for Complacency,' Shows No Sign of Cutting Stimulus - Wall Street Journal (subscription) published on February 16th, 2017 at 10:11 PM Wall Street Journal (subscription)ECB Sees 'No Room for Complacency,' Shows No Sign of Cutting StimulusWall Street Journal (subscription)FRANKFURTâEuropean Central Bank officials saw âno room for complacencyâ at their latest policy meeting as they pledged to continue their support for the eurozone's â¬10 trillion economy through the end of this year to help offset potential political risks.
ECB discounted inflation jump as it pressed on with stimulus - Fox News published on February 16th, 2017 at 10:11 PM Fox NewsECB discounted inflation jump as it pressed on with stimulusFox NewsFRANKFURT, Germany â Top European Central Bank officials viewed the current spike in inflation as "transient" as they decided last month to keep pumping newly printed money into the economy to support the strengthening economy. A written summary of ...ECB stimulus regime turns a profit for eurozone taxpayersFinancial TimesECB Willing to Bend Its QE Rules in Push to Keep Up StimulusBloombergECB minutes suggest little appetite to curb stimulusYahoo FinanceInvesting.com -EconoTimesall 73 news articles »
Obama Stimulus Funds Went to California Dam in 'Good Shape,' But Not Oroville - Washington Free Beacon published on February 16th, 2017 at 10:11 PM Washington Free BeaconObama Stimulus Funds Went to California Dam in 'Good Shape,' But Not OrovilleWashington Free BeaconThe 2009 stimulus package funded millions of dollars for safety improvements for a dam in California that was in âgood shape,â but not to the Oroville Dam that is now on the verge of a spillway crisis. Nearly 200,000 residents north of Sacramento were ...What is happening with the Oroville Dam spillway?Popular Scienceall 1,295 news articles »
Fed aims to hike rates, based on more growth and fiscal stimulus: Dudley - CNBC published on February 15th, 2017 at 10:11 PM CNBCFed aims to hike rates, based on more growth and fiscal stimulus: DudleyCNBCThe Federal Reserve aims to raise U.S. interest rates in the months ahead if the economy continues to grow a bit above its trend and if, as expected, fiscal policies provide stimulus, an influential Fed policymaker said on Wednesday. "We expect to ...and more »