EghtesadOnline: The dollar saw its biggest advance since Jan. 26 after the July U.S. jobs report showed stronger-than-expected employment and wage gains, spurring the greenback to its first weekly gain since early July.
EghtesadOnline: U.S. stocks opened mixed as investors assessed the latest batch of corporate results ahead of Friday’s jobs report. The British pound slumped after the Bank of England cut its U.K. growth outlook.
EghtesadOnline: There are plenty of explanations for the weaker-than-expected May jobs report, but the big picture is clear: The U.S. labor market has lost some of its mojo.
EghtesadOnline: The dollar weakened and Treasuries advanced with gold after the latest jobs report offered mixed signals on the strength of the American labor market, while U.S. stocks pushed to fresh records as technology shares extended a rally.
EghtesadOnline: Most Asian stocks rose, with a falling yen pushing shares higher in Japan, as investors weighed the impact of the American jobs report and the path for U.S. monetary policy tightening.
EghtesadOnline: Stocks in Asia rose as trading began in a busy week that includes a meeting between China President Xi Jinping and Donald Trump and culminates in the monthly U.S. jobs report.
EghtesadOnline: Equity markets outside Japan declined after data showed Chinese producer prices rising at the fastest pace since just after the Beijing Olympics, while consumer prices were weaker than expected. Treasury yields and the dollar continued to climb after a strong jobs report in the U.S.
EghtesadOnline: Asian stocks advanced after the Trump administration’s plan to roll back financial regulations sparked a rally in global bank shares. The dollar was mixed as a U.S. jobs report showed weaker wage growth.
EghtesadOnline: Bond traders are becoming more certain the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next month as economists say a U.S. jobs report Friday will show enough improvement to justify such a move.
EghtesadOnline: A dollar rally on jobs growth proved short-lived as attention swung back to Tuesday’s U.S. presidential election.