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UK families hit with biggest decline in spending power since 2013

UK families had £194 of discretionary spending in May, £4 less than the same month a year before, as inflation hit consumers' wallets. The figures from Asda show that those on the lowest incomes..
City A.M.

Here's a super-quick guide to what traders are talking about right now

here's a super-quick guide to what traders are talking about right now
Dave Lutz, head of ETFs at JonesTrading, has an overview of markets this Thursday: · US Banks jumped after they all beat the Fed's second stress test and shared the wealth with their..
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Jun.29 -- Alan Ruskin, global head of FX strategy at Deutsche Bank, and Alessio De Longis, portfolio manager at OppenheimerFunds, discuss market reaction to comments from European Central Bank..
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News video: Peter Hooper Sees Four Fed Hikes in Next 12 Months

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Jun.29 -- Peter Hooper, chief economist at Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., discusses the influence of inflation on the Federal Reserve's rate path. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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News video: Making Sense Of Central Bankers' Comments

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Jun.28 -- Nader Naeimi, head of dynamic markets at AMP Capital, discusses the hawkish commentary coming out of central banks and inflation expectations. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
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Rate hike must be "seriously" considered says BoE chief economist

rate hike must be "seriously" considered says boe chief economist
The Bank of England needs to “seriously” consider raising interest rates to stop rising inflation, according to its chief economist. Andy Haldane said: "We need to look seriously at the..
City A.M.

Bunnings to open 16 new stores, creating 1,000 jobs

bunnings to open 16 new stores, creating 1,000 jobs
DIY retailer Bunnings is opening another 16 UK stores before the end of the year, creating around 1,000 new jobs. The retailer, which is Australia's largest hardware chain, has already opened four..
City A.M.

German inflation edges up unexpectedly in June

BERLIN (Reuters) - German consumer inflation accelerated unexpectedly in June driven by higher costs for food and services, data showed on Thursday, suggesting a solid upswing in Europe's largest
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Brazil cuts inflation target after drop in consumer prices


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Why It's So Difficult To Call The Market Top

why it's so difficult to call the market top
Via Global Macro Monitor, This is one of our favorite posts of all-time. Thought it apropos to re-post given that everyone and their mother is trying to call the top in stocks.  It’s all about..
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COLUMN-Wages: the dog that isn't barking, far less biting: McGeever

Markets continue to defy gravity thanks to nearly a decade of unprecedented central bank stimulus, but economic recovery and record low unemployment across the developed world have failed to ignite..
DNA

No let up in British consumer credit growth

no let up in british consumer credit growth
The amount of credit offered to British consumers grew by the most in six months in May, continuing the trend of a big expansion in consumer growth which has caught the eye of the Bank of..
City A.M.

Sterling hits month highs as Carney continues to drive the market

sterling hits month highs as carney continues to drive the market
Sterling reached its highest point against the US dollar in more than a month today as it built further on gains yesterday in response to Bank of England governor Mark Carney. The pound rose to..
City A.M.

German inflation: Early reading from Saxony ticks higher


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Are car loans a slow-motion car crash?

are car loans a slow-motion car crash?
The car industry understandably attracts a lot of attention in the financial press. Although the sector is small compared to giant sectors like financials and technology, cars are culturally relevant..
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How a dearth of workers’ pay rises hits bond investors

Focus turns to lack of wage growth as spending power and inflation weaken
FT.com

Carney: Tighter policy needed if businesses look through Brexit uncertainty

carney: tighter policy needed if businesses look through brexit uncertainty
Tighter monetary policy will be needed if businesses look through Brexit uncertainties and increase investments, according to the Bank of England’s governor, Mark Carney. At a speech delivered to..
City A.M.

Kill bill: This is how much your household expenditures have soared by

kill bill: this is how much your household expenditures have soared by
The cost of household bills has increased twice as fast as salaries over the past decade, according to new study by Santander.  The research found that basic household bills, including council..
City A.M.

House prices rise faster in North than South: Nationwide

house prices rise faster in north than south: nationwide
Annual property inflation of 3.3 per cent was recorded in Northern England. In a reversal of fortune for the North South divide, this compares to 2.6 per cent in the South, says Nationwide.
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Weak wage growth gives BoE time before raising rates says MPC dove Cunliffe

weak wage growth gives boe time before raising rates says mpc dove cunliffe
The Bank of England still has time before it raises interest rates despite an increasingly difficult trade-off between rising inflation and weak wage growth, according to one of the remaining doves on..
City A.M.

Wrong time for interest rate rise, Cunliffe warns

wrong time for interest rate rise, cunliffe warns
The Bank of England deputy governor wants to see what happens with inflation before backing a rise.
BBC News

Dixons Carphone sales soar 10% despite fears of UK consumer spending slowdown

Other retailers have been sounding the alarm over the squeeze from Brexit-fuelled inflation
Independent

Stagecoach thrown off track by "onerous" East Coast contract

stagecoach thrown off track by "onerous" east coast contract
Pre-tax profits at rail and bus operator Stagecoach slumped more than 80 per cent in the year to 29 April, sending shares dipping nearly six per cent in early trading. *Read more*: Go-Ahead's Govia..
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