.... Markets implied 'terminal rate' for the Fed funds target rate next year dropped about 30 basis points over the past week and moved back into March from September - a little over 100 bps higher than current rates.
There is still 66 bp of tightening priced for the November Fed meeting, but speculation is rising that the central bank will now opt for a 50 bp rise after three 75 bp hikes in a row.
Two-year Treasury yields fell below 4% for the first time in two weeks, while 10 year Treasury yields lost half a percentage point in a week.
After a strong rally on Monday, S&P 500 futures are up another 1% or more ahead of the open today, and the ...
... Global purchasing managers' index
saw a slight fall to 47.3 in September from 47.6 in August, marking the third month in a row under the 50 mark that separates expansion from contraction.
The index declined for a fifth consecutive month and hit the ... ... curtailed the chip sector.
The challenges from weaker demand were worsened due to continued easing of supply chain bottlenecks and price pressure.
Suppliers' delivery times worsened by the least since January 2020, while input and output prices went down by ...
The manufacturing output contracted for a third month in a row in September, hit by falling exports and uncertainty about whether or not the economy is on the brink of recession, according ... ... cheaper for overseas buyers. The currency weakness also raises the cost of imports of fuel and raw materials, which are often priced in dollars.
report showed that input cost inflation went up for the first time in five months, partly due to the ...
... September due to the fact that it hit 55.1, as opposed to August's 56.2.
S&P Global India Manufacturing PMI
said that expansion rates remained historically high despite cooling down from August. Manufacturing
was in expansion for the 15th month in a row, according to the
The report said that companies hired extra workers and added more inputs in order to accommodate higher sales. The upturn in input buying was aided by cooling price pressures. It said that purchasing costs rose at the slowest pace in just over two years, while output charge inflation fell to a seven-month low.
, Associate Director at
S&P Global Market Intelligence
, said that the Indian ...
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Manufacturers have scaled back their purchasing activity, with the sub-index of quantity of purchases falling for the second month in September due to fewer new orders and efforts to reduce overall stock levels.
Input costs went down for the second month in a row as prices of raw materials declined due to softer demand.
In order to boost sales, producers looked to pass on some cost savings to customers, which led to the sub-index of output prices dropping at the fastest pace since December 2015.
There are major problems ...
The government announced on Thursday that the US economy fell by 0.6% from April to June, despite rising consumer prices and rising interest rates, the U.S. economy shrank at a rate of 0.8% from March to June; June, unchanged from its previous ... ... from April to June, unchanged from its previous second-quarter estimate.
It was the second quarter of economic contraction in a row, one informal rule of thumb for a recession. Most economists believe that the world's biggest economy is not yet in a downturn ...
... companies announced Thursday.
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