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According to a recent Reuters poll, house prices in the US are likely to rise at a higher pace than that of consumer inflation till 2022. Full Article

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This week is going to be action-packed in the United States, with preliminary GDP figures for Q3 tapping the markets on Wednesday... Full Article

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Recent comments from Federal Reserve officials suggest that the US central bank may be hitting the pause button on rate cuts. Full Article

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Investments into startups by US-based venture capitalists look set to exceed $100 billion for the second consecutive year in 2019. Full Article

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Japan holds on to its lead as the world's biggest overseas owner of US Treasuries in July, after surpassing China. Japan's holdings climbed Full Article

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The US government's budget deficit for the current fiscal year crossed $1 trillion in August, for the first time in seven years. Full Article

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ECB President Mario Draghi is leaving the European Central Bank with the last stimulus bundle that has shared associates and drawn doubts... Full Article

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Einen schönen Freitag, Händler.Der EZB-Präsident Mario Draghi verlässt die Europäische Zentralbank mit dem letzten Konjunkturpaket, das Zweifel an ... Full Article

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The SEC Chairman, Jay Clayton, has cautioned against growth in corporate debt, boosted by accomodative monetary policies over several years. Full Article

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The Argentinian government, Latin America's third largest economy, implemented currency control measures on Sunday to restrict purchase of Full Article

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During the late Asian session, the prices of the yellow metal slipped as the United States and China hinted that trade discussions between.. Full Article

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Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari has hinted his interest in supporting additional rate cuts to support US economy's growth. Full Article

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The US dollar maintained its bullishness in early Friday trading after the release of an upbeat retail sales report Full Article

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According to data released by the Labor Department on Tuesday, US CPI rose 0.3% higher in July after rising 0.1% higher last month Full Article

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On Monday, President Trump and US congressional leaders agreed to a two-year extension of US debt limit and federal spending caps. Full Article

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