Hope fades ahead of CPI data

By Craig Erlam We’re seeing some risk aversion in markets on Thursday as we await inflation data from the US later in the week. It probably won’t come as a surprise to

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Another wild session

By Craig Erlam Equity markets in Europe were marginally higher Thursday as bond market concerns eased and we await the latest inflation data from the US. The Bank of England bond market

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Steady post-inflation shock

By Craig Erlam Stock markets are mixed on Thursday following a rollercoaster week in the run-up to, and aftermath of, the US inflation report. Investors got ahead of themselves in a desperate

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Nerves ahead of US inflation

By Craig Erlam We aren’t seeing much change in Europe ahead of the open on Tuesday after a broadly positive session in Asia as China, Hong Kong and South Korea returned following

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Risk rebound continues

By Craig Erlam European stocks were off to a positive start on Monday, following a relatively muted day in Asia amid bank holiday closures in China, Hong Kong and South Korea. UK

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Fed isn’t popping champagne

By Moody’s Analytics U.S. consumers finally got a little relief on the inflation front in July because of a significant decline in gasoline prices, but the Federal Reserve isn’t going to celebrate

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Markets mixed as spotlight shines on US CPI

By Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM Asian shares struggled for direction Tuesday morning as concerns about inflation and the outlook for economic growth weighed on sentiment. Overnight, Wall Street’s main

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Bad medicine is what I need

By Jeffrey Halley      Central banks have gone full Bon Jovi handing out some monetary policy bad medicine over the past 24 hours, as the fight against inflation permeates even the most ardent

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On the ropes

By Craig Erlam Equity markets are tumbling again on Wednesday as the latest batch of inflation data delivered another heavy blow to sentiment. US inflation reached 9.1% in June, up from 8.6%

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