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US Core CPI Tops Estimates, Pressuring Fed as It Weighs Hike

March 15th, 2023|

Augusta Saraiva BloombergMarch 14, 2023 Underlying gauge rose 0.5% in February, most in five months Shelter accounted for more than 70% of overall monthly gain Underlying US consumer prices rose in February by the most in five months, forcing a tough choice for Federal Reserve officials weighing still-rapid inflation against banking turmoil in their next

Powell’s Legacy Risks Being Tarnished Further by SVB Collapse

March 15th, 2023|

Rich Miller BloombergMarch 15, 2023 Fed faulted for not heading off troubles at the bank Former Fed Governor Tarullo calls it a ‘supervisory failure’ The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank threatens to further besmirch the reputation of Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, on top of the blemish he’s suffered for being slow to recognize the risk of

US Business Activity Shrinks for Seventh Month, Prices Rise

January 24th, 2023|

Augusta Saraiva BloombergJanuary 24, 2023 S&P Global composite measure at 46.6 in January after 45 Composite prices paid gauge firms for first time since May US business activity contracted for a seventh month, though at a more moderate pace, while a measure of input prices firmed in a sign of lingering inflationary pressures. The S&P

Top Money Managers See Global Stocks Gaining in 2023

December 9th, 2022|

Sagarika Jaisinghani, Jan-Patrick Barnert, Ksenia Galouchko BloombergDecember 9, 2022 Some of the world's biggest investors predict that stocks will see low double-digit gains next year, which would bring relief after global equities suffered their worst loss since 2008. Amid recent optimism that inflation has peaked — and that the Federal Reserve could soon start to change its tone— 71%

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