Draghi and Fischer defend reform calls

Top central bankers reject claim they are too politicised

Yellen expects US economy to strengthen

Fed chair points to rate rise this year if recovery continues

US Senate boosts Obama in trade fight

Legislative dance highlights tough balancing act in Congress

Dodd-Frank reform fight ends in stalemate

Chance of near-term changes to post-crisis act seen as remote

Fed minutes show recovery doubts

Prospect of near-term rate rise is dimmed by flat economic data

Customers shop in the stores of The Shops At Columbus Circle shopping center in New York, NY, Monday, May 27, 2013.

JPMorgan uses big data to read US economy

Bank launches research unit to analyse 30m of its customers

Los Angeles boosts fight on minimum wage

City council votes for $15 an hour level by 2020

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The wary retreat of the bond bulls

Long fall and recent collapses in nominal and real yields on safe securities should be at an end

US homebuilding at seven-year high

Housing starts give comfort after slew of disappointing data

Finance chiefs back action on bubble fear

Concerns increase over risks from long era of ultra-low rates

Investment from emerging nations surges

Asia becomes a rival to US and Europe as FDI flow hits record

No spring bounce in flat US economy

Data show that a forecast second-quarter rebound is yet to come

Senate compromise gives ‘fair’ trade deal

Timetable for ‘fast-track’ TPP authority slips but hope remains

Saudis claim oil price strategy success

World’s largest crude exporter seeks to douse US shale surge

Seasons cloud the outlook for US growth

Official data may insufficiently account for seasonal factors

Flat retail sales offer no spring bounce

Lacklustre US data confound hopes for a rebound

Fed faces tighter scrutiny from Congress

Draft Republican bill would impose new transparency requirements

Weak patches visible behind US jobs data

Hiring rebounds, but Fed still not expected to raise rates

US economy adds 223,000 jobs in April

Figures signal renewed momentum after poor first-quarter growth

Ex-military chiefs press Congress on trade

US warned of ‘harmful strategic consequences’ if deals not reached


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