Shorter-maturity government bonds are heading for their worst first half in six years as Britain prepares to become the first major economy to begin exiting emergency stimulus.
Graeme Wheeler is finding that he can’t be the only major central banker to raise interest rates this year and still expect his nation’s currency to weaken.
High school teacher I-Chung Huang said he’s hunted in vain for a home in Taipei’s soaring market for four years, convinced that owning an apartment could help him find a wife.
Banks should drive the revival of Europe’s asset-backed securities market as they stand to profit from it, European Central Bank supervisory board member Andreas Dombret said.
U.K. Business Secretary Vince Cable said that an early interest-rate increase to cool the housing market would damage lending to small businesses and hurt the recovery.
Asian stocks outside Japan fell as energy shares dropped ahead of a Federal Reserve policy decision today. The Topix index rose to a five-month high in Tokyo.
Six years after Denmark’s most recent housing crash, the governor of the central bank says the mortgage market is far from balanced.
Sinan Al Dulaimi, 43, works for the United Nations in Baghdad, where he has lived in the eastern Zayouna area since he was 14.
The most reliable emerging-market currency bet of the past nine years is making a comeback on signs China is finished engineering the sharpest-ever decline in the yuan.
Thirty-five years ago this month, a U.K. central banker by the name of Peter Cooke was worrying about a surge in lending to developing countries.
Shiller and Blitzer Issue Caution on House Prices (Audio)