China's Central Bank Holds Key Policy Rates 

The People's Bank of China kept key policy rates steady and drained liquidity from the banking sector as economic data shows fresh signs of weakness.

Consumers' bad feelings about a good economy shouldn't be ignored, Boston Fed President says 

In a conversation with MarketWatch, Susan Collins said she is wary of a negative self-fulfilling prophecy among pessimistic Americans.

Fresh uncertainty around Fed rate cuts exposes stock market's winners and losers 

Higher U.S. inflation is dashing investors' hopes for multiple Federal Reserve rate cuts this year, while opening the door to 5% Treasury yields across the board and cleaving the stock market into distinct categories of winners and losers.

'Envy of the World'-U.S. Economy Expected to Keep Powering Higher 

Economists lift their growth forecasts in latest Wall Street Journal survey.

America's Bonds Are Getting Harder to Sell 

Record issuance raises worries that debt sales will exacerbate volatility.

The U.S. Is Trying to Cripple Russia's Vast Arctic LNG Project 

Supercooled gas has quickly become one of the world's most important energy sources-and a geopolitical flashpoint.

After U.S. Inflation Shock, Next Shoe to Drop Could Be in Tokyo 

The Bank of Japan may intervene in the market to slow the weakness of the yen. But ultimately, it depends on the Fed.

Fed Faces a Long, Slow Fight Against Inflation in Services 

Last year, the Fed's rate hikes seemed to be chopping away at price growth like a machete through butter. Not anymore.

China Is Stingy With Economic Data. The Fallout for Stocks. 

China's opacity with data hurts investor confidence, experts say.

Rents Are Still Rising and Pumping Up Inflation 

How quickly price increases will slow to levels acceptable to the Fed is an open question.

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