Canada gains 21,100 jobs in September, jobless rate falls to 5.2%

TORONTO - Canada's economy gained a net 21,100 jobs in September, largely in part-time work, Statistics Canada said on Friday. The jobless rate fell to 5.2%, beating analysts' forecasts of...

Jittery Futures Coiled Tightly Ahead Of Today's Jobs Report Main Event

Jittery Futures Coiled Tightly Ahead Of Today's Jobs Report Main Event S&P futures rebounded from an overnight drop and swung between gains and losses as investors looked forward to...

Sept. jobs report won't stop Fed from hiking rates: Fmr. NEC chief economist

Joe Lavorgna, SMBC Nikko Securities, on what tomorrow's jobs report means for the markets. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Guy Adami, Dan...

Friday's jobs report could be a case where good news isn't really good

In normal times, strong job gains and rising wages would be considered a good thing. But these days, they're exactly what the U.S. economy doesn't need. Investors are closely watching the nonfarm...

Stock Market Falls After Jobless Claims Rise; Oil Stocks Gain; Food And Beverage Stocks Decline

The Nasdaq composite traded 0.1% lower, after initially climbing. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.3% and the S&P 500 lost 0.2%. Oil giants Chevron and Exxon Mobil (XOM) led gains while...

Is This The Next Major Threat For Oil Demand?

Is This The Next Major Threat For Oil Demand? By Tsvetana Paraskova of OilPrice.com Manufacturing growth in the United States slowed in September to its lowest rate since the pandemic...

The number of US job openings fell by more than 1 million in August

The number of job openings dropped to just under 10.1million, down from 11.2million in July. That’s the lowest total since June 2021. Layoffs bumped up slightly to 1.5 million, from 1.4 million...

The Fed hasn't realized the chances of a 'nirvana' where inflation falls without unemployment soaring, economists say

The Fed thinks unemployment has to top 4%, but waning price expectations could drag down wage growth instead, Pantheon Macro's chief economist said.

UK Fears High US Interest Rates May Erase Trussonomics Gains

-- Liz Truss’s government is worried that persistent high US interest rates could cancel out the benefits of her program of deregulation and low taxes as she attempts to transform the UK...

Futures Storm Higher After Smaller Than Expected RBA Rate Hike Boosts Speculation Global Tightening Is Ending

Futures Storm Higher After Smaller Than Expected RBA Rate Hike Boosts Speculation Global Tightening Is Ending Yesterday's furious rally, which following a miserable September and Q3,...

UK manufacturing PMI shows falling output, weak foreign demand

LONDON - British manufacturing output fell for a third month in a row in September and orders declined for a fourth consecutive month, hurt by falling foreign demand, according to a closely...

BoE under pressure over pensions ‘time-bomb’

Central bank has ‘work to do’ outside mainstream banking sector, says chief economist

BoE's Pill: bond purchases won't cap long-term rates

By David Milliken LONDON -The Bank of England's new programme of bond purchases aims to cure market dysfunction, not cap yields or offer cheaper credit to the government or financial...

Fed is slowing economy by decelerating hiring: Apollo Global Management chief economist

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A US housing recession has arrived and it could lead to a 20% decline in home prices and Fed interest rate cuts by...

Falling home prices will help lower inflation and could ultimately lead to interest rate cuts by the Fed in the second half of 2023, according to ING.

These 4 trends are keeping Boomers unemployed and holding the US back from a full recovery

Millions of seniors were pushed into early retirement. Failure to rehire them can steer the US "into an iceberg," ZipRecruiter's chief economist said.

Larry Summers roasts UK tax cuts, warns global crisis looming

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers issued a grim warning after the British pound touched an all-time low this week: The U.K, he said, has lost sovereign credibility and risks triggering...

Speed and scale of events may force Bank to expedite next rate decision

Amid extraordinary market changes, the Bank of England seems unlikely to sit on its handsIf one looks only at the pound, the governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, scored a small victory...

Homeowners warned of ‘significant’ rise in UK interest rates

Bank of England’s chief economist speaks out after mini-budget, with financial markets expecting rates to reach up to 6%Britain’s homeowners have been warned to brace themselves for a...

Bank of England economist hints at 'significant' rate rise

The central bank's chief economist signalled in a speech it could not be 'indifferent' over the pound's slump.

BoE chief economist calls for ‘significant monetary response’ to turmoil

Huw Pill signals central bank does not expect to act before November following UK government’s tax-cutting plans

Kwarteng’s tax cuts will force ‘significant’ interest rate rises by Bank of England

Chief economist says mini-budget will increase inflationary pressure in remarks likely to further spook mortgage borrowersBusiness news –live updatesA senior Bank of England official has warned...

The markets are in meltdown

The chancellor has spent his life praising the virtues of free markets. It’s just a shame they don’t feel the same way about himToday we consider the plight of chancer chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng...

Futures Jump, Yields And Dollar Slide After Gundlach Says He's A "Buyer" Of Treasuries

Futures Jump, Yields And Dollar Slide After Gundlach Says He's A "Buyer" Of Treasuries US equity futures and European stocks staged a solid rebound after the recent rout which saw the...

Tax the rich more to help energy crisis victims, says ECB

Measures would affect inflation less than an increase in deficits, argues central bank’s chief economist

Deutsche Bank's Chief Economist Sees 'Painful' UK Recession

Deutsche Bank's Chief Economist Sees 'Painful' UK Recession  Bloomberg

Here’s exactly when Vanguard’s US chief economist now thinks we’re ‘most likely’ to enter a recession

A number of reports, including this one from Vanguard, say it’s more than likely we will soon enter a recession. Nevertheless, experts say with the right savings strategy, there is plenty that can...

Factory Jobs Are Booming Like It’s the 1970s

American manufacturers have now added enough jobs to regain all that they shed. The resurgence has not been driven by companies bringing back factory jobs that had moved overseas. Instead, the...

Mortgage rates climb higher, triggering home price drops

The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage increased to 6.29% for the week ending Sept. 22. The 15-year mortgage rose to 5.44%, up from 5.21% last week and up from 2.15% last year. Other...

Mortgage rates climb higher, triggering home price drops

The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage increased to 6.29% for the week ending Sept. 22. The 15-year mortgage rose to 5.44%, up from 5.21% last week and up from 2.15% last year. Other...

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