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Corporate earnings are not telling a true story due to the large amount of share buybacks in the last year, according to the chief economist of The Carlyle Group . Record distributions to shareholders in the form of buybacks and dividends are
Rupee was seen opening little changed around 60.40 compared with its Tuesday's close of 60.42/43 as expectations of strong corporate inflows are likely to be offset by caution ahead of US Federal Reserve's policy meet outcome due late on Wednesday.
Try $757.9 Billion During its March meeting, members of the Federal Open Market Committee expressed concern that inflation might be too low. American bank customers, who have seen their deposits lose more than $750 billion in purchasing power to
This has caused millions of lower- and middle-income Americans to be set back in their financial progress by many years while wealthier, stock-owning Americans were carried to levels of wealth that might otherwise have required much longer to achieve.
Stubbornly weak inflation is shaping up as the wild card for US monetary policy makers this year, with top Federal Reserve officials stumped by why it has lingered so low for so long and at odds as to what to do about it. As the Fed wrestled through
Today (Friday), Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson appeared on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." to discuss the future of the Fed policy under incoming chairwoman Janet Yellen . With the Dow Jones Industrial Average trading around
Federal Reserve, hasnt been eager for the Fed to quit its stimulative policies...Published: November 23, 2013 Is it time for the Federal Reserve to start its exit from the extraordinary set of policies it has pursued over the past few years? That
Banks Ready for the Now Certain Fed Taper Most analysts ( but not all ) predicted a tapering of the Federal Reserves quantitative easing programs at their September meeting. While those predictions turned out to be premature, a growing consensus of
A Japanese central bank official warned business leaders that tapering off the U.S. Federal Reserve 's asset purchasing program would affect emerging economies. The U.S. central bank's $85 billion per month asset purchases have suppressed interest
The big story in economics is the recent rise in interest rates. In just the past several weeks, as talk has grown about reducing the pace of bond purchases via quantitative easing, yields on the US 10-year have surged past 2.5%...In a post at his