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Fed rate cut is coming, but market insiders doubt it’s necessary

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Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell reacts after the two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee on interest-rate policy on June 13, 2018, when
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US should support ECB, pressure Germany to stimulate economy

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Frankfurt’s skyline as viewed from the top floor of the new European Central Bank headquarters. Ralph Orlowski | Getty Images Widely publicized attacks on the
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Dovish ECB and Fed, low interest rates hurt bank margins: SocGen

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French bank Societe Generale’s headquarters in Paris. Chesnot | Getty Images News | Getty Images Banks must be prepared for interest rates to remain low
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virtual/digital lenders will benefit consumers

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A customer uses an automated teller machine in Singapore. Nicky Loh | Bloomberg | Getty Images Singapore is about to shake up its banking sector
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How PBOC controls the yuan (RMB) amid trade war

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A bank employee counts US currency and Chinese currency notes at a bank in Nantong, Jiangsu Province of China. Xu Jinbai | Visual China Group
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Yield curve inverts again as Trump reignites trade war, recession fear

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The critical spread between the 10-year Treasury yield and the 2-year yield inverted multiple times throughout Friday’s trading session after President Donald Trump ordered American
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Bank Indonesia cuts rates, analysts expect more policy easing in Asia

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The entrance of Bank Indonesia, the central bank in Southeast Asia’s largest economy. Iqro Rinaldi | Reuters Indonesia’s surprise interest rate cut is the latest
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Dow plunges after Trump orders manufacturers to leave China

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Stocks plunged on Friday after President Donald Trump ordered that U.S. manufacturers find alternatives to their operations in China. Apple led the way lower. The
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There is enough economic data for the Fed to warrant a rate cut

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday insisted that there is enough economic data that warrant the Federal Reserve to “take preemptive action here and cut interest

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