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NEW YORK: The Federal Reserve edged towards a longer-range plan for monetary policy at its meeting last month, raising serious questions about a strategy known as yield curve control that is untested in the United States, and signaling it may rely on explicit promises about its inflation or employment goals to steer public expectations.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday said it was looking to recover another $96 million in assets in real estate and artwork linked to the 1MalaysiaDevelopment Berhad (1MDB) international money-laundering conspiracy.
SINGAPORE: Gold futures edged closer toward US$1,800 an ounce – a level last seen at the end of 2011 – as demand for haven assets surged amid concerns over rising coronavirus infections.
NEW YORK: Shares of U.S. banks dropped on Friday, with Wells Fargo's stock falling more than 6% and Goldman Sachs Group Inc down 7%, after the Federal Reserve capped dividend payments and barred share buybacks until at least the fourth quarter after its annual stress test
LONDON: UK equities have underperformed every year since the 2016 referendum, and have been a consensus underweight among money managers. Just as the long-shunned market was starting to recover from years of political instability and uncertainty over ties with the European Union (EU), the coronavirus pandemic has left the country facing its worst recession in 300 years.
GOLDMAN Sachs expects Asia Pacific’s real estate investment trusts to outperform the broader market on their dividend prospects as economies reopen.
BENGALURU: The Federal Reserve struck the right tone in its first pandemic-era economic outlook, suggesting years of extraordinary policy support for an economy facing a slow and long slog back, according to a majority of economists in a Reuters poll
BENGALURU: American Airlines Group Inc said on Sunday it plans to secure US$3.5bil in new financing, to improve the airline’s liquidity as it grapples with travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus.
NEW YORK: American Airlines Group Inc said on Sunday it plans to raise US$1.5 billion by selling shares and convertible senior notes, to improve the airline's liquidity as it grapples with travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus.