Asian Shares Mixed as Markets Eye US Interest Rates, Prices | Business News

Asian Shares Mixed as Markets Eye US Interest Rates, Prices |  Business News

By YURI KAGEYAMA, AP Business Writer TOKYO (AP) – Asian shares were trading mixed Monday, as investors eyed surging energy costs and prospects for interest rate hikes in the US Benchmarks edged up in Japan and Australia, while falling in South Korea and China. Some analysts worry that if the US Federal Reserve raises interest … Read more

inflation | stock markets: How to read macro data to decipher market movements

inflation |  stock markets: How to read macro data to decipher market movements

Close to 100 macro data points get released every month. They vary in frequency of release and the period of data capture. For example, inflation data released in March will show the actual inflation of February, but the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) data released on the very same date show the actual data for … Read more

Are Coloradans really saving money? Lawmakers recap the 2022 legislative session

Are Coloradans really saving money?  Lawmakers recap the 2022 legislative session

DENVER (KDVR) — The 2022 legislative session came to an end this week with dozens of bills quickly going through the Capitol. But with inflation and prices historically high, will these new bills and laws help your pocketbook? The theme for Governor Jared Polis and the Democrats at the legislature this session was to save … Read more

Markets pricing in central bank rate increases over the next year

Markets pricing in central bank rate increases over the next year

As inflation continues to rise around the globe, central banks are trying to combat rising prices by ending their respective asset purchase programs and by increasing interest rates. Most of the major central banks have ended their Quantitative Easing programs, with the exception of the ECB and the BOJ (however the ECB is expected to … Read more

us inflation: Jeff Bezos says Joe Biden mushing, misdirecting on big business taxes, inflation

us inflation: Jeff Bezos says Joe Biden mushing, misdirecting on big business taxes, inflation

New York: “You want to bring down inflation? Let’s make sure the richest corporations pay their fair share,” US President Joe Biden had said in a tweet. Never one to balk, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos pushed back calling Biden out publicly. The newly created Disinformation Board should review this tweet, or maybe they need to … Read more

The Inflation Measures That Business Leaders Should Follow

The Inflation Measures That Business Leaders Should Follow

Inflation is rising however you measure it. Dr. Bill Conerly based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Business leaders have two concerns about inflation: their own particular selling prices and costs, and the general trend for inflation. The general trend is important information in business strategy and also helps managers understand the direction … Read more

5 Tips to Sell Your Home In a Hot Real Estate Market

5 Tips to Sell Your Home In a Hot Real Estate Market

E + / Getty Images Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know just how red hot the housing market has been of late. The current median home price – half are higher, half are lower – is $ 375,300, according to the National Association of Realtors, up 15 percent from a year earlier. … Read more

Commercial Mortgages: Commercial real estate investors have a case of high anxiety | Business News

Commercial Mortgages: Commercial real estate investors have a case of high anxiety |  Business News

Like the first movie Mel Brooks produced, commercial real estate market participants have a case of high anxiety. Interest rates are high, costs are high, and inflation is high – all of which are causing anxiety for not only homebuyers, but also commercial real estate investors, lenders, general contractors and brokers. The alarming rate of … Read more

Market panic because of Biden and Powell’s inflation incoherence

Market panic because of Biden and Powell’s inflation incoherence

Fed chairs have historically been inscrutable when talking in public, leaning on something called “Fedspeak.” By talking in riddles, financial markets don’t overreact to your every word. But speaking in riddles is different than acting in riddles. And that’s exactly what the Biden administration and Fed chair Jerome Powell are doing. That’s why we had … Read more