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A trader ponders his options in the Standard & Poors 500 stock index futures pit at the Chicago Board of Trade January 28, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois.
S&P 500 holds its ground after banking rout ahead of FOMC meeting

Equity indices recover some momentum after the bailout of Credit Suisse

Daniela Hathorn
09:07, 17 March 2023
A customer handles cash at a market in the U.K.
GBP/USD latest: US CPI, UK spring budget, banking shares rout

GBP/USD runs into resistance after a three-day rally as risk appetite shifts

Daniela Hathorn
14:07, 15 March 2023
A man bicycles past the Bank of Japan headquarters buildings in Tokyo
Projected Japan interest rate in 5 years: Can BoJ hold its nerve and maintain low rates?

The Bank of Japan is unlikely to raise its policy rate despite rising inflation and a weaker yen. Read on for the latest overview of the projected Japan interest rate in 5 years.

Fitri Wulandari
13:21, 14 March 2023
A businessman holds wooden blocks with percentages and up or down arrows. Mortgage and loan rates. Interest rate, shares, rating. The concept of business and finance.
How do interest rates affect the stock market

Learn the relationship between interest rates and stock prices.

Jenny McCall
17:08, 10 March 2023
Climate activists protest in front of a showroom that hosts BlackRock, ahead of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2023, in the Alpine resort of Davos, Switzerland, January 15, 2023.
EXCLUSIVE-BlackRock fast-tracks eviction of ESG violators from MSCI-linked ETFs

LONDON, March 9 (Reuters) - BlackRock Inc BLK.N, the world's biggest asset manager, has halved the time it takes for companies breaching certain environmental, social and governance-related standards to be removed from a number of its iShares exchange-traded funds.

11:50, 9 March 2023
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban speaks during a business conference in Budapest, Hungary, March 9, 2023.
Hungary's Orban says central bank money supply cuts are too drastic

BUDAPEST, March 9 (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday that the National Bank of Hungary's cuts to money supply were too fast and drastic as inflation has probably peaked and price growth was driven by energy costs and sanctions on Russia.

11:37, 9 March 2023

Miniatures of windmill, solar panel and electric pole are seen in front of General Electric logo in this illustration taken January 17, 2023.
GE sticks to 2023 earnings forecast amid renewable energy troubles

CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 9 (Reuters) - General Electric Co GE.N on Thursday reiterated its earnings outlook for this year as booming demand at its aerospace business is expected to make up for challenges at the company's renewable energy business.

11:34, 9 March 2023
A file photo of motorists queuing to fill natural gas at a Petronas station with its landmark Petronas Twin Towers headquarters in the background, in Kuala Lumpur February 4, 2012.
Malaysia needs to invest $375 bln in renewables to reach 2050 climate goals - report

KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 (Reuters) - Malaysia will need to double its investments in renewable energy transition to at least $375 billion in order to achieve its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2050, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) said on Thursday.

11:28, 9 March 2023
Members of the workers' union of UA Zensen listen to speakers, during a kick-off rally for the annual 'shunto' wage negotiations, in Tokyo, Japan March 9, 2023.
Japan's largest union group clinches pay deal exceeding inflation ahead of 'shunto' day

Big firms set to offer biggest pay in quarter century

11:01, 9 March 2023
A file photo shows sign outside the Bank of Canada building in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 23, 2017.
Bank of Canada and Fed head for historic divergence, in a blow to loonie

TORONTO, March 9 (Reuters) - As the Bank of Canada pauses its interest rate hikes, investors are betting that the sensitivity of Canada's economy to higher borrowing costs will result in a historically large gap between the tightening campaigns of the BoC and the U.S. Federal Reserve.

10:59, 9 March 2023
A file photo shows a pedestrian passing a
MORNING BID AMERICAS-Job runes, China offer sliver of rate hope

A look at the day ahead in U.S. and global markets from Mike DolanEven as markets rush to price a resumption of half point U.S. interest rate rises later this month, the door to a smaller hike may have been left ever so slightly ajar.

10:59, 9 March 2023
A Dassault Aviation logo is pictured on the company booth during the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) at Cointrin airport in Geneva, Switzerland, May 24, 2016.
Dassault Aviation seeks more Rafale exports, defends business jets

March 9 (Reuters) - Dassault Aviation AM.PA highlighted negotiations for new Rafale fighter export orders and hit back at European critics of business jets as it posted higher profits on Thursday.

10:51, 9 March 2023
Lithuanian Euro coins with Lithuanian litas banknotes in the background are seen in this photo illustration taken in Riga on December 4, 2014.
Lithuania aims to raise $539 mln from temporary windfall tax on banks

VILNIUS, March 9 (Reuters) - Lithuania's finance minister proposed on Thursday a temporary windfall tax on bank profits, aiming to raise an estimated 510 million euros ($538.7 million) over a two-year period.

10:48, 9 March 2023
Signage outside the entrance of the Reserve Bank of Australia building in Sydney, Australia.
Projected Australia interest rate in 5 years: RBA determined to dampen persistent inflation

With inflation to stay high, what is the projected Australia interest rate in 5 years?

Fitri Wulandari
12:01, 3 March 2023
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Projected ECB interest rates: How high can rates go as bank signals more hawkishness?

As there’s no signs of above-target inflation fading away, ECB sees more rate hikes around the corner.

Jekaterina Drozdovica
11:48, 3 March 2023

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