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Sentiment is awful. Is that enough?
Signs of distress emerge as Americans save less and poorer borrowers fall behind on car loans
Companies have rushed to assess the likelihood of Chinese invasion since the war in Ukraine began
Strict new standards could mark the beginning of another round of financial woes for China’s producers
And if so, how?
Senator majority leader hopes to pressure US lawmakers as industry confronts China’s growing power
Analysts warn that falls at the pump are ‘intermission’ with more cost pressures to come
Joe Biden has few tools at his disposal to cut prices in time to help his party in the US midterm elections
American businesses cite concerns about Brexit, labour shortages and rising taxes
Analysts point to signs of ‘reverse currency war’ as policymakers try to stem imported price jumps
Markets shift back to pricing in 0.75% increase this month after University of Michigan report
US lawmakers consider ditching broader legislation as industry warns that investment will move overseas
Also, the job market
Strong dollar pushes down the euro and Japanese yen
Christopher Waller would support ‘larger hike’ at July meeting if ‘incoming data’ warrants move
Pundits have long ignored the issue because declining interest rates kept borrowers’ servicing costs low
The Fed needs to hold its nerve on tightening further
A corporate feud over low-earth orbit satellites has pitted the west against China
And is the great moderation really over?
Some traders are betting central bank will opt for 1 percentage point increase despite telegraphing a smaller rise
Markets price in higher chance of 1% rate rise this month after bigger-than-expected jump in prices
IMF to lower global growth forecast, UK economy expands, euro hits parity with the dollar
The damage from the sharp rise in prices has already been unleashed
The biggest Fed hike since Volcker is being priced as a possibility in the bond market
And more on crypto bailouts