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ET Asian markets were mostly lower Friday ahead of the U.S. labor report, while stability in the yen allowed Japanese stocks to move higher at the end of a bad week for the Nikkei...November nonfarm payrolls is due later Friday and the much-watched
Societe Generale economist Brian Jones is usually above consensus when it comes to forecasting nonfarm payroll gains, but this month, he's relatively bearish he predicts only 150,000 workers were added to nonfarm payrolls in November, below the 185,
The Amazing Space Mr. Munk is perhaps best known for Barrick Gold Corp., a mining firm he founded in 1983. What started with a small stake in a Northern Ontario mine has evolved into the world's largest gold producer. The Globe and Mail Mining
U.S. job growth likely remained solid in November, with the unemployment rate falling, which could bring the Federal Reserve a step closer to curtailing its massive monetary stimulus. Nonfarm payrolls are expected to have increased by 180,000 last
A nonfarm payrolls report on Friday will headline a week full of data. The 10-year note yield, which falls as prices rise, was down 3 basis points on the day at 2.770%. The 30-year bond yield fell 2.5 basis points to 3.834%, and the 5-year note
U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday as investors continued to wrestle with the question of when the Federal Reserve will begin to scale back the stimulus it provides the economy and pondered whether Wall Street's record run had become overextended.
The dollar retreated below ¥103 as part of a broad decline Tuesday, as investors looked toward data later this week that could shed light on when the Federal Reserve could begin to reduce its unprecedented monetary stimulus...Photo: Reuters) The
Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Rockwell Global Capital, said although he believes that, all in all, the final tally of holiday shopping will be satisfactory, that might not be good enough to keep the market rally going. "With the market at
Rio Tinto's revised iron ore strategy has opened the door to a return of more cash to shareholders, according to Credit Suisse analysts. The forecast Rio Tinto will pay a $1.92 dividend in the 2013 financial year, $2.11 in 2014 and $2.32 next year...
US payrolls, manufacturing, services data loom Dec. Trading desks will be back to full staff this week after the Thanksgiving break in the US and investors are expected to be in a mood to buy -- at least that's what traders are hoping.