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Sujata Rao

Daily Briefing: Oil gets poured on troubled markets

18 Sep 2019

Saudi oil output is said to be returning to normal by the end of the month end, so the market mood improved. U.S. shares closed higher, with the S&P 500 just 1% off record highs.

UPDATE 2-Pound rebounds towards six-week high vs dollar

17 Sep 2019

* Graphic: Trade-weighted sterling since Brexit vote http://tmsnrt.rs/2hwV9Hv (Recasts, adds latest prices)

Euro zone's 140 billion-euro interest windfall could allow spending boost

17 Sep 2019

LONDON Record-low borrowing costs and falling debt payments could give the euro zone a 140 billion-euro windfall by the end of 2021, freeing cash for projects ranging from new roads to climate protection.

Pound slips from six-week high vs dollar as Johnson sticks to Oct. 31 Brexit pledge

17 Sep 2019

* Graphic: Trade-weighted sterling since Brexit vote http://tmsnrt.rs/2hwV9Hv

RPT-ANALYSIS-Not so fast: central banks push back against markets greedy for stimulus

12 Sep 2019

Sept 12 High on hopes of never-ending central bank stimulus and desperate for clarity on the size and timing of their next fix, financial markets look like they are being walked back from the more aggressive bets by officials wary of excessive exuberance.

Not so fast - central banks push back against markets greedy for stimulus

11 Sep 2019

High on hopes of never-ending central bank stimulus and desperate for clarity on the size and timing of their next fix, financial markets look like they are being walked back from the more aggressive bets by officials wary of excessive exuberance.

GLOBAL-MARKETS-Investors unwind bearish bets as optimism grows on trade and stimulus

11 Sep 2019

* All eyes on ECB meeting; euro zone fiscal stimulus prospect (Updates throughout, adds prices)

GLOBAL-MARKETS-Investors unwind bearish bets as optimism grows on trade and stimulus

11 Sep 2019

* All eyes on ECB meeting; euro zone fiscal stimulus prospect (Updates throughout, changes byline, dateline)

Daily Briefing: August may end well, but it's been a bruising month

30 Aug 2019

World stocks are set to close August on an upbeat note, with MSCI's global index at a one-week high. Most Asian markets are in the black, Europe is opening higher and Wall Street futures are also up.

Daily Briefing: The bears make themselves at home

29 Aug 2019

Are the bears here to stay? The rush into government bonds accelerated on Wednesday. Yields on 30-year U.S. Treasuries and 10-year German bunds reached record lows of 1.905 percent and minus 0.716 percent, the entire Finnish yield curve turned negative and the U.S. 2-10 curve stayed inverted.

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