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San Francisco Fed President John Williams said the Fed is not locked into the four rate hikes most officials expected in December, but will raise rates “three or four or five times” this year depending on economic data…Read More
She added in remarks to Sueddeutsche Zeitung that the question of debt sustainability and progress on Greek pension reforms would be key to any participation. “It is clear that pension reform is the trigger that will prove that Greece’s economic position is improving,” she was quoted as saying…Read More
The German economy ministry said Wednesday that the economic activity is trending upwards but it warned that external headwinds continue to pose a challenge.
Haruhiko Kuroda also said in remarks he had been due to give in Paris that he believed monetary policy in Japan and the euro zone would succeed “in the near future”.
The world’s second-largest economy reported 6.9% growth in the third quarter of 2015, the slowest pace since the global financial crisis.
The world’s largest company could owe more than $8 billion in back taxes as a result of a European Commission investigation into its tax policies, according to an analysis by Matt Larson of Bloomberg Intelligence.
“The emergence of new players on the market, such as Iran, creates additional risks for oil prices,” Medvedev said.
Bullion hit a two-month high of $1,112 last week as volatility in Chinese stocks raised concerns about the state of the global economy, leaving investors looking for refuge in gold and other safe havens.
The UK’sbeleaguered supermarkets received a welcome Christmas present as consumers spent £3.3 billion during the week ending Boxing Day – 8% more than in the same period a year ago – according to global information and insights company Nielsen.
Google hopes to form partnerships with many automakers and suppliers as it develops self-driving cars to reduce traffic accidents and expand mobility for elderly and disabled people, the head of its vehicle project said.
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