Asian stock markets were mixed Friday as traders looked ahead to data on U.S. employment costs that might influence Federal Reserve decisions on planned interest rate hikes.
The U.S. dollar is soaring as Fed readies interest rate hikes — Here’s why DXY has more room to rally
U.S. dollar bulls wake up after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signals a more aggressive round of rate rises may be in the offing.
These 11 arguments will define ‘titanic battle’ between stock market bulls and bears as Fed lifts rates
A “titanic battle” between stock-market bulls and bears looms as the Federal Reserve prepares to lift interest rates, says Deutsche Bank's Alan Ruskin.
Asian stock markets tumbled by unusually wide margins Thursday after the Federal Reserve indicated it plans to start raising interest rates soon to cool inflation.
Fed will raise its policy interest rate above the inflation rate ‘sooner rather than later,’ says ex-governor Quarles who resigned last month
The Federal Reserve will raise its policy rate above the inflation rate 'sooner rather than later,' said former Gov. Randal Quarles on Tuesday.
Asian shares were mixed in muted trading Wednesday as many investors stayed on the sidelines ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting that will indicate how aggressive it will be in fighting inflation.
IMF urges El Salvador to end bitcoin’s legal tender status as the crypto loses half of its value since November
The International Monetary Fund’s executive board urges El Salvador to narrow the scope of its Bitcoin law by terminating the cryptocurrency’s legal tender status, as bitcoin lost half of its value from its record high in ...
Asian shares skidded Tuesday following a volatile day on Wall Street. Inflation-fighting measures from the Federal Reserve and the possibility of conflict between Russia and Ukraine are overhanging markets.
Investors are beginning to pay attention to the threat of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. Here's what the crisis could mean for global financial markets..
The Russian ruble fell Monday to the lowest level since Nov. 2020 on concerns the country will invade Ukraine and trigger U.S. sanctions. One ruble fetched as low as 0.012774 dollars, down from $0.012888.
Crypto collapse has ‘echoes of the subprime crash,’ says Nobel laureate: Risks ‘disproportionately’ fall on those ‘who don’t know what they are getting into’
Economist Paul Krugman, a Nobel-Prize winner and a longtime crypto skeptic, said he is seeing “uncomfortable parallels” between crypto and the subprime crisis.