By Gina Lee Investing.com – Chinese factory gate prices rose at a faster rate in July comparative to the previous month. This added to the pressures faced by businesses as they deal with...
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(Bloomberg) -- China’s factory inflation surged again in July, following a short-lived retreat in the previous month, as commodity prices remained high despite the government’s steps to rein...
(Bloomberg) -- ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) SA boosted its guidance for global steel demand after a record-breaking price rally yielded the company’s best quarter since 2008. The biggest...
(Bloomberg) -- China broke out of its usual pattern of daily liquidity operations by boosting cash injections into the financial system, after the country’s stocks and bonds tanked on...
(Bloomberg) -- After a week of market turmoil, China watchers are looking for signals from a key Politburo meeting this week on whether there’s more pain to come and if the central bank will...
(Bloomberg) -- Corn dropped near the lowest since mid-April and soybeans slipped on prospects of beneficial U.S. rains after a hot, dry start to June. Outlooks for better weather in a...
(Bloomberg) -- One pillar of this year’s blistering commodities rally -- Chinese demand -- may be teetering. Beijing aced its economic recovery from the pandemic largely via an expansion in...
(Bloomberg) -- The euro rallied above $1.22 for the first time since 2018, advancing for the third day as stronger-than-expected economic data added to optimism the region’s recovery is...
(Bloomberg) -- Copper powered to a seven-year high as the rush for growth played out in metals markets, with traditional haven gold dropping amid growing optimism for an end to the...
(Bloomberg) -- Gold and silver fell to one-month lows as the worsening pandemic in Europe hurt sentiment, while investors weighed signs the European Central Bank will increase stimulus this...
(Bloomberg) -- The Turkish lira may be on course for its worst month since August 2018, fueling speculation that the central bank will once again turn to an outsized interest-rate hike to...
(Bloomberg) -- The Turkish lira extended losses to a fifth day, set for its worst month this year, as traders speculated official efforts to shore up the currency aren’t sufficient.The...
(Bloomberg) -- European equities may not catch a break from being stuck in neutral as they head into a volatile end of the year, according to strategists surveyed by Bloomberg. The Stoxx...
(Bloomberg) -- Oil rose to its highest in nearly a week amid a weaker dollar and expectations for supply declines in U.S. inventories.Crude futures gained 2.1% in New York, while the...
(Bloomberg) -- China’s exports rose for the fourth straight month in September while imports surged, pointing to further recovery in global trade and a robust domestic rebound. Exports grew...
(Bloomberg) -- China’s yuan fixing was weaker than expected for a second day, reinforcing speculation that the central bank wants to slow the currency’s biggest quarterly rally since...
(Bloomberg) -- ABN Amro Bank NV (AS:ABNd) will stop providing corporate finance outside Europe and exit trade and commodity financing altogether as the Dutch bank tries to turn around an...
(Bloomberg) -- Is it a pause, or something more profound? Either way, China’s crude purchases are stuttering, helping to put the oil price rally on hold. At least for now. While the world’s...
(Bloomberg) -- There’s a big shift in the balance of power in the global gold market. A relentlessly expanding physical hoard of bullion stored in London and New York means exchange-traded...
(Bloomberg) -- The Chinese economy returned to growth in the second quarter, marking an important milestone in the global struggle to recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Gross domestic...
(Bloomberg) -- Wirecard AG's (DE:WDIG) interim chief executive officer was supposed to be getting ready to run a new department called “Integrity, Legal and Compliance.” Now he faces a...
(Bloomberg) -- The top European official in charge of handling failing banks warned against using taxpayer money to rescue lenders that were barely surviving before the coronavirus...
(Bloomberg) -- A critical German court ruling on the European Central Bank’s half-decade of quantitative easing is worrying the likes of Aberdeen Standard Investments and UBS Group AG...
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