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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell signaled that there is no clear time limit to the current pause on interest-rates hikes in a wide-ranging interview on CBS News’ “60 minutes” yesterday.


The U.K. government is looking for last-minute concessions from the European Union to keep Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement alive when Parliament votes this week.


Turkey fell into its first recession in a decade, dealing a blow to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as the country heads toward bellwether municipal elections this month.

Gross domestic product shrank a seasonally adjusted 2.4 percent last quarter from the previous three months, when it declined a revised 1.6 percent, according to data released on Monday. That matched the median estimate of economists in a Bloomberg survey. From a year earlier, GDP dropped 3 percent.



 

[Reuters] Asian shares struggle after U.S. payrolls shock

[CNBC] Fed Chair Powell: ‘The law is clear,’ Trump can’t fire me

[CNBC] The Latest: China airlines told to ground Boeing 737 Max 8s

[Reuters] Trump budget seeks 5 percent cut in non-defense spending: OMB

[Bloomberg] China Traders Who Loved Leverage Left Reeling by Friday’s Plunge

[Reuters] Australia home price boom fuelled by low rates-RBA study

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