Inflation Is Posing 19 Problems for One Central Bank

nytimes.com European Central Bank's annual forum is held in Sintra, Portugal. Since 2014, this annual meeting has been preoccupied by one major goal: how to stoke inflation in the eurozone. Inflation is the highest it has been...

Business Highlights: Summer travel, auto sales slump

apnews.com ___After two pandemic years, a summer travel bounce — and chaosJERUSALEM (AP) — Summer travel is underway across the globe, but a full recovery from two years of coronavirus could last as long as the pandemic itself....

U.S. manufacturing sector slows in June; new orders measure contracts

investing.com WASHINGTON - U.S. manufacturing activity slowed more than expected in June, with a measure of new orders contracting for the first time in two years, more evidence that the economy was cooling amid aggressive...

Ukraine war's disruption sends agriculture input prices up nearly 10% in Q1

investing.com - Russia's invasion of Ukraine has significantly disturbed global agricultural markets by sharply driving up prices of key products and inputs such as fertilizer and animal feed, the European Union's statistics...

Eurozone inflation hits record 8.6% in June

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Nordic central banks join the 50 bps rate hike club

investing.com LONDON - Norway and Sweden have joined the ranks of central banks opting for 50 basis-point interest rate rises, delivering their biggest policy tightening moves in two decades. June saw the U.S. Federal Reserve...

Inflation in eurozone hits record 8.6% as Ukraine war continues

theguardian.com ECB plans first interest rate rise in 11 years as food prices increase and Putin’s invasion drives up energy costsInflation across the eurozone has soared to a fresh record of 8.6% in June as Russia’s war in Ukraine...

Eurozone inflation rises to 8.6 percent, the highest ever, driven by high energy prices

nytimes.com Eurozone inflation rises to 8.6 percent, the highest ever, driven by high energy prices. Nearly half of the countries in the currency area have now reached double-digit inflation. The fallout of the war in Ukraine...

Futures, Yields Slide In Recessionary Start To New Quarter

zerohedge.com Futures, Yields Slide In Recessionary Start To New Quarter As DB's Jim Reid puts it "if you want the good news this morning it's that H1 is now finally over. If you want the bad news it's that there's...

Euro-Zone Inflation Hits Record in Boost for Big-Hike Calls

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Japan Inc. disagrees with BOJ's view cost-push inflation will be temporary

investing.com TOKYO - Japanese companies expect inflation to stay around the central bank's 2% target for years to come, a survey showed on Friday, disagreeing with Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's view that the recent...

Eurozone inflation hits record 8.6% in June

ft.com Sharp acceleration of food and energy prices sharpens ECB debate over speed of planned interest rate rises

Euro zone inflation hits record 8.6% as the European Central Bank prepares for its first rate hike in 11 years

cnbc.com Euro zone inflation reached a new record high in June just ahead of the European Central Bank's first rate increase in 11 years. Headline inflation came in at 8.6% for last month, according to preliminary figures...

Eurozone Inflation Touches New Record High in June

investing.com By Scott Kanowsky Investing.com -- Annual inflation in the eurozone rose to a fresh record high in June, climbing to 8.6%, according to a preliminary estimate from the EU's statistics office on Friday. The increase,...

Dow Jones Newswires: Eurozone inflation rose to record high of 8.6% in June

marketwatch.com Consumer prices rose 8.6% on year in June after climbing 8.1% in May, according to a first estimate released Friday by Eurostat, the European Union's statistics agency.