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Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans, one of the U.S. central bank's
strongest advocates for further monetary policy easing, Top Federal Reserve
officials differed on whether the U.S. central bank needs to be more aggressive
in spurring economic growth, indicating another round of easing is far from
finance ministers set the stage for today’s gathering in Brussels of the
European Union’s 27 chiefs, approving Cyprus’s bailout and detailing how they
would aid Spanish banks. Consensus breaks down on safeguarding governments in Spain and Italy, with German Chancellor
Angela Merkel rejecting calls to do more to cut their borrowing
increasingly isolated as French President Francois Hollande, Italian Prime
Minister Mario Monti
and Spanish Premier Mariano Rajoy unite to push for quicker action to ease the
crisis that emerged in Greece in late 2009.
rose a second day and oil climbed after bigger-than-expected gains in Japanese
retail sales and U.S. housing boosted confidence in global growth. The dollar
fell before a European summit on the debt crisis.
benchmark stock index slid for a seventh day, the longest
stretch of losses in 13 months, as concern the nation’s economic slowdown is
curbing earnings growth overshadowed an improving outlook for exports to the
up on Thursday after the euro showed some resilience ahead of a European
Union summit, which is unlikely to deliver new measures to tackle the region's
debt crisis and may prompt investors to turn to the safety of the U.S. dollar
Brent crude advanced a
fourth day in London
as a strike by Norwegian energy workers over pensions halted 15 percent of the
country’s oil output. Futures climbed as much as 0.6 percent after closing at
the highest price in a week yesterday. U.S. home sales and durable- goods
orders beat forecasts in May, as a European Union ban on Iranian oil takes
effect, central banks act to protect growth and on speculation OPEC will curb
some of its excess supply.
crisis hits gold demand in India, Weaker local currencies are weighing on gold
demand from India, the world's largest consumer of the precious metal, and
Indonesia, another leading Asian buyer, as traders also favour cash on concerns
over deterioration in the euro zone crisis.
Japan’s retail sales rose more
than forecast in May, a sign that consumer spending will
help sustain a rebound in the world’s third-largest economy.
extended a monthly loss on concern yields that are within 20 basis points
of the record low will curb demand when the U.S. sells $29 billion of seven-
year notes today
India may spend 300
billion rupees ($5.3 billion) tripling the length of its expressway network
to ease traffic jams that are slowing trade, wasting fuel and sapping economic
Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh pledged to restore confidence in Asia’s third-largest
economy as he resumed control of the finance ministry after growth
slowed to the weakest in almost a decade and the rupee slumped.
Inc. (AMZN) will make it easier for developers to add
social features to games for the Kindle Fire tablet, a person with knowledge of
the matter said, working to narrow Apple (AAPL)
Inc.’s lead in the market for tablets.
(AAPL) plans an overhaul of iTunes that would mark one of the
largest changes to the world’s biggest music store since its 2003 debut, according
to people with direct knowledge of the matter.
will sell its first tablet from mid-July for $199, hoping to replicate its
Smartphone success in a hotly contested market now dominated by Amazon.com
Inc's Kindle Fire and Apple Inc's iPad.
expects to roll out a consumer version of its electronic eyewear that can
live-stream images and audio and perform computing tasks in less than two
years, though it stopped short of putting a price tag on the "smart"