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Market Talk - Tuesday, Nov. 22
The major Asian stock markets had a mixed day today.
Market Talk - Friday, Nov. 18
Home sales in the US declined for the ninth consecutive month in October, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Market Talk - Thursday, Nov. 17
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard stated that rate hikes have only had a “limited” effect on inflation thus far. Bullard.
Market Talk - Wednesday, Nov. 16
Bank of England chief economist Huw Pill said interest rates were likely to rise further because the bank could not win a victory in its attempt to stem inflation to integrate into the economy.
Market Talk - Tuesday, Nov. 15
The major Europe stock markets had a mixed day.
Market Talk - Monday, Nov. 14
Fed Vice Chair Lael Brainard surprised the markets by stating that the Fed may slow the pace of rate hikes.
Market Talk - Tuesday, Nov. 8
The oil markets had a mixed day today.
Market Talk - Monday, Nov. 7
The major Asian stock markets had a green day today. The major Europe stock markets had a mixed day.
Market Talk - Friday, Nov. 4
In the next five years, India may become the third-largest economy after the United States and China, says International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Outlook database.
Market Talk - Thursday, Nov. 3
Private payrolls in the US increased by 239,000 in October, according to the ADP. Wages rose 7.7% on an annual basis, declining 0.1% from the month prior.
Market Talk - Wednesday, Nov. 2
The market expects the Bank of England to raise interest rates by 75 basis points on Thursday, the biggest increase since 1989.
Market Talk - Tuesday, Nov. 1
The Bank of England received solid demand from investors on Tuesday at its first auction to sell government bonds from its 838 billion pounds ($961 billion) quantitative easing stockpile.
Market Talk - Monday, Oct. 31
The Russian rouble pared early losses to gain ground on Monday in the first session since Moscow said it would suspend its role in the landmark Black Sea grain deal over the weekend.
Market Talk - Friday, Oct. 28
Inflation continued in September in line with expectations, according to data released this Friday by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Market Talk - Thursday, Oct. 27
U.S. gross domestic product advanced 2.6% during Q3, surpassing estimates of 2.3%, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Market Talk - Wednesday, Oct. 26
The Bank of Japan offered to buy more bonds than planned at its regular market operations on Wednesday. The BOJ will purchase 100 billion yen ($675 million) more bonds than planned across three- to 25-year tenors.
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