The Indian government is preparing to heat the governor of the central bank

NEW DELHI / MUMBAI (Reuters) – The Indian government intends to continue to demand that the country's central bank eases loan regulations and re-deposits excess reserves, even if this could…

Private pay rises in October; Salary increase in the third quarter

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US private sector salaries rose most sharply in eight months in October, suggesting that overall employment growth accelerated this month after Hurricane Florence weighed on restaurant and…

US consumer confidence at 18-year high; House price gains slowly

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Consumer confidence in the US rose to an 18-year high in October, driven by a robust labor market that supports expectations for strong economic growth by early…

US consumer spending solid; Income growth smallest in 15 months

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US consumer spending rose for the seventh month in a row in September, but income, with moderate wage growth, had the lowest profit in more than a…

US consumer spending rises; Income growth smallest in 15 months

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Consumer spending in the US rose for the seventh consecutive month in September, but income, with moderate wage growth, had the lowest profit in more than a…

Exclusive: BOJ-Augen optimizes the bond purchase program, but will not make any changes – sources

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan is considering optimizing its bond purchases to better reflect the fundamentals of the sovereign debt market, according to senior figures after years of…

US economic growth slows down less-than-expected in the third quarter

WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The US economy slowed less-than-expected in the third quarter as a tariff-driven decline in soybean exports was partially offset by the strongest consumer spending in nearly four…