Minuscule moves likely pre-Yellen

US existing home sales fell sharply in January with a decline of 4.9% reported. The figure, well below the 2.4% increase of December and expectations for a decline of 0.8%, left the annual pace of sales at 4.97m, a low not seen since April 2014. Sales of both homes...

Finally! Greece secures 4-month funding lifeline

Subscribe After weeks of squabbling Eurozone finance ministers finally agreed to extend bailout funding for Greece by an additional four months overnight. The agreement, conditional on Greece announcing a series of acceptable reform measures on Monday, will allow the...

Delayed. Is a Fed mid-year rate hike dead?

Subscribe Mid-year rates lift off delayed? That was the question many were left pondering following the release of the January FOMC minutes earlier this morning with the committee, on balance, striking a more dovish tone that what had been envisaged by the markets....

Most of Asia holidaying. Markets to meander?

Subscribe Manufacturing conditions across New York City improved at a slower pace in February with the New York Fed’s Empire State Index slipping to 7.78. The reading was below the 9.95 level of January and expectations for a decline to 8.50 with the business 6-month...
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