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JGBs flat in muted trading amid higher risk sentiments among investors

Sep 13, 2017 04:01 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The Japanese government bonds traded flat in muted trading session as investors shifted towards riskier assets including equities and oil. Also, a rise in US Treasury yields post the tepid 10-year auction added to further...

Australian bonds track weakness in U.S. Treasuries post softer 10-year auction

Sep 13, 2017 02:58 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The Australian bonds slumped, tracking weakness in the U.S. Treasuries, after the latter rose for a third straight session as softer demand for benchmark 10-year notes pressured overall bond prices at the latest 10-year...

Income inequality ticks down as the rich see their incomes fall: ABS

Sep 13, 2017 02:28 am UTC| Insights & Views Economy

Income inequality has dropped slightly in Australia, largely driven by a fall in incomes for the richest 20% of the population, according to the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Survey of Household Income and...

U.S. Treasuries collapse ahead of 10-year, 30-year auctions; hopes of rise in August PPI push yields higher

Sep 12, 2017 11:01 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The U.S. Treasuries nose-dived Tuesday as investors wait to watch the countrys 10-year auction, scheduled to be held today by 17:00GMT, besides, the JOLTs job openings report, due by 14:00GMT. Further, the 30-year bond...

German bonds trend lower ahead of 10-year auction, August CPI inflation

Sep 12, 2017 10:35 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The German government bonds trended lower Tuesday as investors wait to watch the countrys 10-year auction, scheduled to be held on September 13 by 09:35GMT. Also, the consumer price inflation index, due on the same day by...

UK gilts plunge after August CPI beats expectations, raising hopes of BoE rate hike

Sep 12, 2017 09:23 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The UK gilts plunged Tuesday after the countrys consumer price inflation index (CPI) for the month of August exceeded market hopes, adding to possibilities of an interest rate hike by the Bank of England (BoE) at its...

Japan likely to expand around 2 pct q/q annualized through rest of fiscal 2017, says Danske Bank

Sep 12, 2017 08:55 am UTC| Commentary Economy

The Japanese economy is expected to register GDP-growth of around 2 percent q/q annualized through the rest of fiscal 2017 and a significant slowdown in fiscal 2018 when stimulus starts to wear off. Public spending is also...

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U.S. Treasuries jump ahead of FOMC members’ speeches, September manufacturing PMI

The U.S. Treasuries jumped Friday as investors await the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) members George and Kaplans speech, scheduled to be held today by 13:30GMT and 17:30GMT respectively. The yield on the...

German PMI surges to 6-1/2 year high as manufacturing booms

Germanys private sector economy ended the third quarter strongly, with business activity growth accelerating to the fastest in almost six-and-a-half years, according to flash PMI survey data from IHS Markit. Improved...

RBNZ unlikely to alter monetary policy stance next week, due to election uncertainty: Westpac Research

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) is expected not to alter its monetary policy stance at its meeting next week, owing to election-related uncertainties. The RBNZ has run a very consistent line on monetary policy over...

USD/INR likely to trade towards 65 level with support at 64, says Scotiabank

The USD/INR currency pair is expected to trade towards the 65 level with the 64 support, but the pair will be buffered against a sharp and persistent depreciation given the nations large foreign reserves that rose to a...

JGBs gain tracking following U.S. Treasuries after North Korea threatens hydrogen bomb attack

The Japanese government bonds gained tracking similar momentum in the U.S. counterpart after North Korean leader Kin-Jong-Un said that the North would consider the highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history...

Politics

Undocumented youth divided over how to fight back against Trump immigration clampdown

Young immigrants from across the US participated in the first act of civil disobedience by undocumented youth under the Trump administration on July 26 in Texas. After protesters sat in the street outside the state capitol...

India at 70: after the celebrations, single-party dominance menaces democracy

Seventy years ago, Jawaharlal Nehrus famous Tryst with Destiny speech not only marked Indias independence from British rule but also expressed the vision for a united, democratic, egalitarian and modern country. Not...

Can corporate America afford to walk away from President Trump?

After campaigning as the candidate best able to work with business, President Donald Trump has shown he is anything but. A stream of resignations from high-level business counsels hit a crescendo recently when Trump was...

Little prospect of regime change in Russia short of a popular uprising – and that's unlikely

Vladimir Putins power in Russia can often look unassailable. However much Western media might champion potential opponents, the president maintains a tight grip, and its easy to see why. Any successor to Putin who was not...

Warning signs of mass violence – in the US?

There are those who say that comparing President Donald Trumps rhetoric to that of Adolf Hitler is alarmist, unfair and counterproductive. And yet, there has been no dearth of such comparisons since the 2016...

Science

Scientists Create Robots The Size Of DNA Strands That Can Rearrange Molecules

Robots are great for a lot of things and can perform functions that humans would either have a hard time accomplishing or simply would not be able to do. Among the latter case is rearranging the molecules of a living...

China Signs Deal With Israel Over Lab-Grown Meat, Food For The Future

With the world facing the global crisis known as climate change, most countries are doing whatever they can to reduce carbon emissions. However, one of the biggest contributing factors to greenhouse gasses that is rarely...

How diseases can be targeted using nanotechnology – and why it's difficult

Scientists are designing materials that are a thousand times smaller than the width of a hair. Known as nanomaterials or nanoparticles, some could help treat diseases. However, the engineering of particles for...

Denmark Finally Sells Last Oil Company For $7.45 Billion

As a country committed to fighting climate change and reducing its carbon footprint, Denmark is finally selling off the last remaining oil company in the country. The oil firms were owned by A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S and the...

Trump’s Pick For NASA Head Is Not A Scientist And A Prominent Climate Change Denier

The Trump administration has proven to be incompetent in filling crucial roles with qualified people, evidenced by an anti-EPA EPA head and an anti-DOE head of DOE. Now, the president has nominated a non-scientist who is...

Technology

Amazon Planning To Sell Smart Glasses And Smart Security Camera

Amazon is currently dominating the smart assistant market with Alexa and its Echo speakers, but the online merchant giant is planning to extend its list of products to include smart glasses and smart security cameras....

Developer Calls EA ‘Corporate Monsters’ For Allegedly Trying To Destroy His Studio

Slightly Mad Studios is the company behind some truly amazing racing titles in the video game industry, including Need For Speed: Shift. The CEO of the studio Ian Bell recently had a candid conversation with YouTuber...

Resident Evil 7 Chris Redfield Revealed In New Trailer

The upcoming free downloadable content for Capcoms Resident Evil 7 game is only a few months away, and the publisher released a new trailer featuring franchise icon Chris Redfield. Since the first Resident Evil game, the...

Wall St. Hack Cause Havoc Among Lawmakers And Investors

Being the victim of a hack is never a good thing, but when the target is a top US regulator overseeing trading at Wall St., the situation becomes catastrophically more consequential. This is exactly what the U.S....

Really Big Original Xbox Controller Available For Xbox One

Gamers who have used or owned the original Xbox will remember the big, bulky Duke controller that made playing games either fun or way too much of a hassle. This peripheral is being brought back and is compatible with the...
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September 22 14:30 UTC Released

USECRI Weekly Annualized*

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0.0 %

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0.3 %

September 22 14:30 UTC Released

USECRI Weekly Index*

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143.4 %

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143.3 %

September 25 00:30 UTC 33313331m

JPNikkei Mfg PMI

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Previous

52.2 bln $

September 25 08:00 UTC 37813781m

DEIfo Business Climate*

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Forecast

116.0 %

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115.9 %

September 25 08:00 UTC 37813781m

DEIfo Current Conditions*

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Forecast

124.8 %

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124.6 %

September 25 08:00 UTC 37813781m

DEIfo Expectations*

Actual

Forecast

107.9 %

Previous

107.9 %

September 25 11:30 UTC 39913991m

TRCapacity Utilisation*

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Forecast

Previous

78.8 %

September 25 11:30 UTC 39913991m

TRManufacturing Confidence*

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Previous

110.7 %

September 25 12:30 UTC 40514051m

USNational Activity Index*

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Forecast

Previous

-0.01 %

September 25 13:00 UTC 40814081m

MXIGAE Econ Activity YY

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Previous

2.4 %

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