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US Economy News Today: Fed Officials See Interest Rate Cuts Getting Closer

Today, the housing market had a stronger-than-expecting showing in building permits and housing starts and the Federal Reserve's Beige Book will offer some economic anecdotes. Read More

Inflation Data Is Promising for Mortgage Rates. What Homebuyers Should Know

The battle against inflation is a long haul. But this week’s data proves there ... with the economy no longer overheated, mortgage rates should float lower. Financial experts are closely watching ... Read More

How bad is inflation, really? A fresh look at the economy and CPI this week

A new economic index based on 240 million consumers offers optimism as the June inflation report is released this week. Read More

Inflation stays at 2% – when will interest rates fall?

UK inflation remained unchanged in June after hitting the Bank of England’s target in May. What does it mean for households, interest rates and the economy? Read More

Inflation Drops Again in June, Clearing the Path to a Fed Rate Cut This Fall—and Relief for Homebuyers

The Fed's Latest Interest ... about inflation, the economy, and future Fed rate moves. Yields on the 10-year dropped on Thursday morning after the new inflation data. Average rates on 30-year fixed ... Read More

Inflation expected to slow again in June, but high prices are still crushing Americans

The Labor Department will release the closely watched June consumer price index report Thursday, which is expected to show prices rose 3.1% last month. Read More

Upcoming June inflation data could open door to 2nd Bank of Canada rate cut

The Bank of Canada will get its last look at inflation figures this week before deciding whether to deliver back-to-back rate cuts on July 24. Read More

Powell says Federal Reserve is more confident inflation is slowing to its target

Chair Jerome Powell said Monday that the Federal Reserve is becoming more convinced that inflation is headed back to its 2% target and said the Fed would cut rates before the pace of price increases ... Read More

Taylor Swift’s tour kept up inflation – but the Bank of England can just shake it off

The surging price of hotel rooms caused in part by the Eras tour and other big events may be temporary – but there were some real nasties in the latest release from the Office for National Statistics ... Read More

Bank of Canada rate-cut odds rise after June inflation release

The Bank of Canada will be closely scrutinizing June inflation figures as the central bank prepares for its next interest rate decision on July 24. Read More

Stock market today: Asian shares are mixed as China reports its economy grew 4.7% in last quarter

Asian shares began the week trading mixed as China reported that its economy expanded at a 4.7% annual pace in the last quarter. Read More

Canada's inflation slows slightly more than expected in June, raising odds of BoC rate cut next week

Canada's annual inflation rate cooled more than expected in June to 2.7 per cent, Statistics Canada data showed on Tuesday, increasing the likelihood of another Bank of Canada (BoC) interest rate cut ... Read More

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