Negative rates are seen by some quarters as the fuel to speed up economic growth. The eurozone and Japanese experience, however, paints a different picture.
Latin America's darling for a decade, Mexico's economy has taken a tumble in 2019 but its low debt level could allow for increased borrowing to spur growth.
Consumer prices could jump if the UK leaves the European Union without a Brexit deal, with a 10% slump in the pound raising the rate of inflation by 1%.
Using options volume, intra-day price activity and historical vs implied volatility data to measure and manage event risk with binary outcomes.
The pound could soar or slide by double digits depending on whether the UK Brexits with or without a deal, impacting the rate of inflation in the process.
Major Latin American economies have shrugged off the Argentine peso's collapse, charting their own course. But are dark clouds gathering over Mexico?
Equities are feeling the growing pain of the trade war more than the US and Chinese economies as companies absorb the tariffs to keep market share.
Higher tariffs fired as warning shots might become permanent as the spiraling US-China trade war disrupts supply chains and casts a pall over global growth.
In this Treasury futures webinar, you will learn about the conversion factor invoicing system to determine relative value between the deliverable securities.
After a quiet start, the hurricane season is expected to pick up steam in the fall, likely disrupting oil production and exports in the US Gulf of Mexico.
The Fed has failed to stoke inflation, which has been persistently low due to retiring baby boomers spending less and millennials loaded with student debt.
US trade policy on China is evolving rapidly with new tariffs set to go into place on Sept 1 and Dec 15, adding to the costs of the Sino-US trade war.
The US jobs market has been healthy, but with the economy widely expected to decelerate in the coming year, at what stage might jobs growth begin to fade?
Will the pound test its record low against the US dollar set in 1985 as UK under the leadership of Boris Johnson stumbles to the Brexit deadline on Oct 31?
After being in a state of dormancy over the past eight years, high volatility is showing signs of making a comeback across a wide range of asset classes.
Currency markets are helping to thwart efforts to shrink the US trade deficit, which is expanding despite tariffs, by weakening currencies like the yuan.
Gold, copper and oil rose and fell in tandem as China led emerging economies' voracious appetite for commodities. The trade war helped change that dynamic.
Rallies due to inclement weather during spring planting go bust in the summer as fears of severe crop damage prove overblown. Other factors at play, too?
Flooding damaged some of the crop but did not ruin the entire US harvest, with rising grain output outside America playing a bigger role in setting prices.
The Black Sea region is putting its mark on the global wheat market as Russia and Ukraine emerge as dominant players in a challenge to the US.