for November in both categories. Based on employment data, those very good figures might prove to be low. Adjusted for deflation (that sounds weird, doesn't it?) growth could be pushing 0.7%. Durable goods orders should look good too, but airline
Headline CPI is a measure of inflation that includes food and energy prices.) The questions investors should be asking are: Is deflation bad for the stock market if it benefits consumers and their pocketbooks? Are declining energy prices going to derail earnings
maybe we start to worry that inflation is getting too low. There are no signs that the United States is worrying about deflation in the same way that Europe is. But that will be something that the Federal Reserve will be keeping an eye on as well. Stipp
VALLETTA, Dec 15 (Reuters) - The governor of the Central Bank of Malta - a member of the European Central Bank board - said on Monday that the possibility of a deflationary situation in the euro zone was a concern as its would lead a rise in real interest rates.
inflation should be minimal. And so far Fed officials have indicated they view the decline in inflation as a “good” deflation and have not, as of yet, sounded alarms that this might lead into falling core inflation providing a pretext to delay policy
to 2008 and from 2008 to present. The deflation of the global credit bubble has clearly ..... credit-related asset classes. The deflation of the global credit bubble remains the ..... despite mounting evidence of budding deflation . One does not need a Ph.D. in economics
s clear that Europe is treading very close to outright deflation , a strongly negative situation from an economic perspective ..... incorporate oil’s price influence on overall inflation/ deflation ? Remember, in the US pre-crisis, the Fed erred by letting
WARSAW, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Poland should consider further interest rate cuts if consumer prices continue to fall early next year or if the economy slows, rate-setter Jerzy Hausner said in an interview published on Monday.
* FTSEurofirst 300 ends down 2.4 pct, loses 8.2 pct in 6 days
PARIS, Dec 15 (Reuters) - European shares tumbled again on Monday, resuming last week's sharp sell-off as the relentless drop in oil prices hurt energy shares and fuelled fears of deflation in the euro zone.