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June 17, 2015 Fed eyes mixed bag of data as new rate 'regime' nearsSource: Reuters
The U.S. Federal Reserve is meeting with the possibility of an interest rate hike squarely on the table, but with a different issue center stage: Is the worst of 2015 over?
June 17, 2015 European Stocks Lower Amid Greek Default Risk--Update
Inside Fidelity - The îStoxxî Europe 600 was 0.3% lower midmorning. Germany's DAX-30 was down 0.3% while France's CAC-40 lost 0.7%. Strategists said that as well as ongoing jitters over Greece, investors were likely...
The euro fell for the first time in three days against the dollar amid concern time is running out for Greece to secure a bailout.
The Fed will take a pass at this meeting and leave market participants debating whether the first rate hike will come in September or December
Yahoo Finance - Standard & Poorâs 500 Index futures dropped 0.4 percent by 8:22 a.m. in London, and the îStoxxî Europe 600 Index fell 0.5 percent. The euro added 0.4 percent as the rate on 10-year Spanish...
Saudi Arabia is opening one of the world’s most-restricted stock markets to foreigners for the first time on Monday. The move comes as the biggest economy in the Middle East seeks to reduce its reliance on oil income, which...
stream.marketwatch.com - Greece-worry redux: Losses for the îStoxxî Europe 600 weighed on stock futures. Europe stocks fell 1%, as Greeceâs Athens Composite sank 5% and the yield on Greeceâs 10-year bond...
WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen and most of her colleagues are insistent that they plan to raise interest rates this year. So markets will be focused on this week’s U.S. central bank’s policy meeting for...
June 15, 2015 U.S. gas prices rise but appear to be peaking -surveySource: Reuters
The average price of regular grade gasoline rose by 3 cents over the last two weeks, the smallest gain in more than two months of steady increases, according to the Lundberg survey released on Sunday.
Last-ditch talks between Greece and the institutions representing its creditors did not succeed in securing a deal on Sunday, leaving a final decision on a possible default to euro zone finance ministers, the European Commission...
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