Bloomberg by Oliver Renick
Earnings season is off to a rough start in the stock market and American executives are back to blaming their favorite culprit for struggling profits: the U.S. dollar.
Strength in the currency and unfavorable foreign ... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Matthew Boesler
U.S. household expectations for inflation in three years’ time fell last month, according to a Federal Reserve Bank of New York survey, while views on future spending bounced back.
The s... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Jonathan Crawford
U.S. natural gas futures surged to a 21-month high as forecasts showed unseasonably high temperatures that would prop up demand for the power-plant fuel, trimming a supply glut.
Gas climbed as much as 5.5 percent ... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Anna-Louise Jackson
Once again, it’s all about the economy.
That’s what investors in the U.S. stock market are thinking as the Federal Reserve moves closer to raising interest rates and new data shows the world’s largest econ... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Gavin Finch & Richard Partington
Britain crashing out of the European single market could cost banks and associated businesses in the U.K. almost 40 billion pounds ($51 billion) in lost revenue, undermining a key sector of the economy,... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Liz McCormick
The U.S. short-term financing markets and the $2.6 trillion money-fund industry are grappling with one of the most chaotic quarter-end stretches since the financial crisis. Repo rates are soaring and money-market funds ar... view full article >>