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Stocks meander on caution over trade talks, dollar gains

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar gained on Monday as optimism ebbed over a potential U.S.-China trade deal that President Donald Trump outlined...

Productivity stagnant despite global stimulus: WEF

LONDON (Reuters) - Economies around the world have failed to boost productivity levels despite $10 trillion of central bank stimulus unleashed since...

Spooked by Libra, EU pledges to regulate digital currencies

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union's finance commissioner pledged on Tuesday to propose new rules to regulate virtual currencies, in a reaction to Facebook's...

As Fed policymakers comb data, few decisive signals on outlook

SAN FRANCISCO/ WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve policymakers on Friday signaled they are on high alert for signs that uncertainty over trade policy and...

WTO win won’t sway United States from its combative trade stance

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - President Donald Trump has hailed a ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO) that gives the United States the right to...

Easing concerns about U.S. economy lift equity markets

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A report showing a modest increase in U.S. jobs lifted world equity benchmarks broadly on Friday, restoring calm after one...

Fears of U.S. slowdown weigh on stocks; bonds rally

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Weak economic data in the United States and Europe weighed on global stock benchmarks on Tuesday, sending investors into safe-haven...

Stocks inch higher as investors downplay escalating trade war

(This September 30 story has been refiled to correct company name in paragraph 11 to "Amundi" from "Amundi Pioneer") By David Randall NEW...

Snapback to higher bond yields? At least five years, strategists say

BENGALURU (Reuters) - A return to significantly higher yields will take longer than previously thought, according to a Reuters poll of fixed-income strategists who...

Spillover: world economies’ next big headache

LONDON (Reuters) - Factories have been the first victims of the Trump-era global trade rows. Now the question is how much their troubles will...