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WASHINGTON: The Federal Reserve will likely reduce its monthly purchases of mortgage-backed securities and Treasuries simultaneously when it is time to pare back its support for the U.S. economy, though policymakers are debating whether to wind down the buying of MBS at a faster pace, Fed Chair Jerome Powell said on Wednesday.
LONDON: Barclays will pay out more than a billion dollars in dividends and buybacks to shareholders after beating first-half profit forecasts on strong investment banking fees and the release of cash set aside to cover bad loan charges.
Markets having second thoughts about rebound
NEW YORK:Wall Street notched a comeback on Tuesday with all the major indexes closing higher, and yields on safe-haven U.S. Treasuries bouncing off lows as investors sought riskier assets even as worries remained about a resurgence in COVID-19.
THE size of the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) (pic) balance sheet is back on the radar of investors as it recently hit a new milestone – the US$8 trillion (RM33 trillion) mark.
UK house prices fell for the first time in five months in June, an indication the property market may have lost momentum as a tax incentive was due to come to an end.
SHANGHAI: Renewed virus restrictions across Asia have weakened consumer spending, but inflation may keep ticking higher in some of the region’s biggest economies.
WASHINGTON/LONDON Wall Street was broadly under pressure on Thursday and European shares fell for the first time in two weeks on hawkish signals from the U.S. Federal Reserve, even as U.S. technology stocks notched gains.
WASHINGTON: Global stock markets were mixed on Monday, U.S. Treasury yields ticked up and gold slid as investors prepared themselves for an upcoming Federal Reserve meeting and any clues on the trajectory of its unprecedented monetary stimulus.
CENTRAL bankers around the world are mulling the future of their massive bond-buying programmes in a post-pandemic world, knowing that with big balance sheets come big expectations.