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Day: April 17, 2018

Fed’s Evans backs ‘patiently’ raising interest rates in absence of inflation

With inflation still kept at pay, interest rates can go up in a gradual manner without causing the economy to overheat, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said. The central bank official said that even though a low unemployment rate normally would cause pressure on prices and wages, both inflation readings and expectations remain low. That …

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AMD and Caterpillar are among the stocks that could be big earnings season winners, according to Wall Street analysts

Analysts are raising their estimates aggressively on some industrial and semiconductor stocks into their earnings reports, a sign they could be big winners, according to analysis from MKM Partners. For example, American Airlines “epitomizes what we’re looking for,” Jim Strugger, managing director, derivatives strategist, at MKM said in a note this week. Analysts have raised …

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Home prices have risen 114% since 1960 — here’s how much more expensive life is today

Today, everything from movie tickets to college tuition is more expensive, and not simply because of inflation. In a new study, Student Loan Hero examined just how much pricier things are for today’s young people than they were for their predecessors and found that, in many cases, costs have spiked. “Millennials and other generations have …

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Debt could dissuade students, hurt US economy, says Fed official

Rising debt levels could dissuade potential students from pursuing education and from buying homes and other investments, harming the overall U.S. economy, a Federal Reserve official said on Tuesday. Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker called the labor market “fairly tight” in a speech that focused on student loans, which stood at $1.34 trillion a year …

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Tax cut riches have gone to execs and investors over workers by nearly 3-to-1 margin

Employers appear to be using proceeds from corporate tax cuts to continue the practice of rewarding shareholders and executives over workers. In the first quarter of 2018, corporate America dedicated $305 billion to stock buybacks and cash takeovers compared with $131 billion in pretax wage growth, according to TrimTabs, which compiles market and economic data …

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Utilities boost US industrial output in March, while factory growth was sluggish

U.S. industrial production rose 0.5 percent in March as a rebound in utilities from the prior month’s weather-related decline offset sluggish output of machinery and food products. The U.S. Federal Reserve’s measure of the industrial sector comprises manufacturing, mining, and electric and gas utilities. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast a 0.4 percent rise in …

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Aggrieved Banco Popular bondholders train their sights on Banco Santander

Subordinated bondholders that were bailed-in as part of the ‘textbook’ resolution of Banco Popular last summer have opened up a new front in their legal efforts to either get the decision annulled or, failing that, get compensation for their losses. Two groups of investors have now made court filings in New York seeking information from …

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Sterling and Euro Reverse Gains after Disappointing Data, Dollar Rebounds Broadly

Sterling and Euro strengthened earlier today but both reversed earlier gains after disappointing economic data. On the other hand, Dollar is trying to make a come back as buying accelerates in early US session. It’s more a coincidence than a response. But the greenback picks up momentum after US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin repeated President …

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One of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world is leaving Japan

Kraken is pulling operations from one of the biggest markets for cryptocurrency trading. The San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange said Tuesday that it would withdraw services in Japan due to rising costs of maintaining its business there, but indicated it could return in the future. It added that the suspension of activity in Japan would only …

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