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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

04 Nov 2017

Central bankers on the move, but where's the inflation?

LONDON Now the Bank of England has raised interest rates for the first time in a decade, it is beyond doubt major central banks in industrialized economies are eager to shift away from ultra-easy policy.

01 Sep 2017

Disorderly Brexit chances 25 percent; UK economy to slow further

LONDON The chances of Britain eventually exiting the European Union in a disorderly manner have eased a bit, according to a Reuters poll of economic forecasters, who still say a free trade deal, even if there is a transition period, is the most likely outcome.

31 Aug 2017

UK house prices seen restrained; Brexit vote hits London - Reuters poll

LONDON British house prices will at best keep up with inflation this year and next, with no rises expected at all this year in London, where the Brexit vote is holding back the market the most, according to a Reuters poll of property market experts.

19 Aug 2017

Getting to the core of global inflation

LONDON Stock markets have spent the year rising on bets of a resurgence in inflation, while central bankers trying to manage the global economy have spent the same time repeatedly reassuring everyone it's just around the corner.

09 Jul 2017

Inflation elusive, but central bankers getting twitchy

LONDON A significant pickup in inflation still remains tantalisingly out of reach in most developed economies -- aside from asset prices -- yet several central banks are leaning towards launching or stepping up efforts that could slow it down. | Video

29 Jun 2017

Global stock markets still on a roll, led by Europe, Asia

BENGALURU/LONDON Global stock market indexes are set for more gains by the end of this year, with notable optimism in the latest Reuters poll driven by an economic revival in Europe as well as bright prospects for much of Asia.

29 Jun 2017

Reuters poll: Global stock markets still on a roll, led by Europe, Asia

BENGALURU/LONDON Global stock market indexes are set for more gains by the end of this year, with notable optimism in the latest Reuters poll driven by an economic revival in Europe as well as bright prospects for much of Asia.

26 May 2017

Higher pay in May, or some other day?

LONDON Through the global economy's recovery over most of the past decade from a debilitating financial crisis, one thing that has not turned higher in any meaningful way is workers' pay.

03 Mar 2017

Sterling set for slow burn through initial EU divorce proceedings: Reuters poll

LONDON The battered British pound is set for a slow burn lower along with diminished growth prospects once the UK government triggers official proceedings for divorce from the European Union as it is expected to do later this month, a Reuters poll found.

23 Feb 2017

Lull in once-rampant British housing market to persist for years - Reuters poll

LONDON The British housing market, on a tear for more than two decades with only a brief correction during the financial crisis, appears to be set for a long pause as the government negotiates its exit from the European Union.

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