Aug 19 (Reuters) – There was a time, and I admit I miss it,
when the August Jackson Hole conference of central bankers got
about as much mainstream attention as a particularly
well-attended chess match.
By James Saft
(Reuters) – Share buybacks by U.S. corporations, a key source of support for equity prices in recent years, are slowing, raising questions over why and what it will mean.
Aug 7 (Reuters) – Relax, people, the ECB is going to hire a
You might think that the threat of deflation, a recession in
Italy and some alarming signs of slowing growth in key member
states like Germany would call for action from the euro zone
Aug 5 (Reuters) – Companies and consumers alike are
declining to play their assigned roles in Abenomics, undermining
Japan’s chances of escaping deflation and economic malaise.
July 29 (Reuters) – While most investors are transfixed by
trying to anticipate the next jurisdiction-hopping, tax-driven
merger, there are small but growing signs that global growth may
be headed for a slowdown.