Fed keeps September rate rise on table

Vice-chair says it is too early to rule out move at next meeting

China unlikely to change BoE rate policy

Exchange rates and global weakness offset domestic strength, says Carney

Fischer expects US inflation to head higher

Fed watching China ‘even more closely than usual’

Taking China seriously

Looking through short-term swings, where is the economy moving?

GDP data show surprising lift in UK trade

Exports up 3.9% quarter on quarter and business investment strong

Venezuela cracks down on Colombia migrants

South American neighbours recall ambassadors in border dispute

Fed in rate dilemma as US growth surges

Second-quarter GDP is revised up to 3.7% annualised pace

China looms large over Wyoming

Policymakers meet at Jackson Hole amid global market uncertainty

Ukraine secures debt restructuring deal

Agreement paves way for $40bn IMF support programme

The trade that matters

Worries about stagnation may miss where exports create value

Signs of differentiation in EM meltdown

Previous bouts of turmoil show all EMs can be caught up, but better fundamentals are being rewarded

Japan plays ketchup on inflation

Japanese inflation may be weak, but Kuroda takes comfort in pricier ketchup

China slowdown threatens Abenomics

Spillover effects will hurt Japan’s exports and war on deflation

China devaluation stirs deflation fears

Concern reflected in falling long-term bond yields and inflation expectations

Dudley’s remarks on Fed rate rise debate

September ‘seems less compelling’ but the data on the US and international outlook could change

Fed’s Dudley cools September liftoff talk

Rate rise remarks show policy makers rattled by market turmoil


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