January 4, 2023
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Japanese yen hits 150 against the U.S. dollar, weakest levels not seen since August 1990

[ad_1] The Japanese yen weakened past 150 against the U.S. dollar, a key psychological level, reaching levels not seen since August 1990.The Bank of Japan's two-day meeting is slated for next week. Policymakers have ruled

Japanese yen hits 150 against the U.S. dollar, weakest levels not seen since August 1990

[ad_1] The Japanese yen weakened past 150 against the U.S. dollar, a key psychological level, reaching levels not seen since August 1990.The Bank of Japan's two-day meeting is slated for next week. Policymakers have ruled

UK’s new finance minister scraps almost all planned tax cuts in bid to appease markets

[ad_1] Jeremy Hunt is interviewed for Sophie Raworth's 'Sunday Morning' at BBC Broadcasting House in London.Tejas Sandhu | Lightrocket | Getty ImagesLONDON — U.K. Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt used his first Monday on the job

British pound rises as new UK finance minister brings forward policy announcements to today

[ad_1] Jeremy Hunt arrives at his home in London after he was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer following the resignation of Kwasi Kwarteng. Picture date: Friday October 14, 2022.Aaron Chown | Pa Images | Getty

British finance minister races back to London as pressure builds for another policy U-turn

[ad_1] Kwarteng on Monday sought to assuage lingering concerns by bringing forward the date of his plan to balance the government's finances to Oct. 31.Ian Forsyth | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesLONDON — U.K.

China is no longer just any emerging market — it has become its own beast

[ad_1] A worker disinfects the Sanlitun shopping complex in Beijing in June as stores in the area were closed for three days after a Covid outbreak. There's greater caution on China this year, as stringent

Paul Tudor Jones believes we are in or near a recession and history shows stocks have more to fall

[ad_1] Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones believes the U.S. economy is either near or already in the middle of a recession as the Federal Reserve rushed to tamp down soaring inflation with aggressive rate hikes."I

The shaky stock market is barreling towards key tests with bank earnings, inflation data on deck

[ad_1] The two biggest questions hanging over the stock market will take center stage next week as Wall Street tries to steady itself after a volatile start to October. One key test is corporate earnings,

Good riddance September: We gauge the damage in the market and get ready for October

[ad_1] While the outlooks for stocks and the economy are bleak, Jim Cramer says it's not 2000 or 2008. [ad_2] Source link

Fed rate hikes have made some corporate bonds very attractive. How to profit from it

[ad_1] As stocks sink and interest rates rise, investors are getting more excited about corporate bonds than they've been in a generation. One side effect of Federal Reserve tightening policy is it has made interest