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JPMorgan's Dimon warns inflation, political polarization, wars creating risks not seen since WWII

NEW YORK (AP) — The nation’s most influential banker, JPMorgan Chase CEO , told investors Monday that he continues to expect the U.S. economy to be resilient and grow this year. But he worries geopolitical events including the and the , as well as U.S. political polarization, might be creating an environment that “may very well be creating risks that could eclipse anything since World War II.”

Stock market today: Asia stocks are mostly lower after Wall St rebound led by Big Tech

HONG KONG (AP) — Asia stocks were mostly lower on Friday after gains for Big Tech shares helped U.S. stock indexes claw back much of their slide from the day before.

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When will Fed cut rates? As US economy flexes its muscles, maybe later or not at all

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ever since the Federal Reserve signaled last fall that it was likely done raising interest rates, Wall Street traders, economists, car buyers, would-be homeowners — pretty much everyone — began obsessing over a single question: When will the Fed start cutting rates?

ASEAN finance leaders end meetings in Laos, pointing to challenges from geopolitics, volatile prices

LUANG PRABANG, Laos (AP) — Southeast Asian economies are gaining ground as tourism and exports recover from the shocks of the pandemic, but geopolitical tensions and volatile commodity prices still pose serious risks, regional financial leaders said Friday.

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IMF confirms increasing Egypt's bailout loan to $8 billion

CAIRO (AP) — The executive board of the International Monetary Fund confirmed a deal with Egypt to increase its bailout loan from $3 billion to $8 billion, in a move that is meant to shore up the Arab country’s economy which is hit by a staggering shortage of foreign currency and soaring inflation.

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US consumers remain confident, but their feelings about the near future is a bit more cloudy

U.S. consumer confidence held steady this month even as Americans wrestle with higher prices and feel less optimistic about the short-term future.

IMF says the economic situation in debt-stricken Sri Lanka is gradually improving

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — The economic situation in debt-stricken Sri Lanka has started to gradually improve following its worst economic crisis two years ago, the International Monetary Fund said Thursday.

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Stock market today: Asian stocks gain ahead of US and Japan rate decisions

HONG KONG (AP) — Asian stocks advanced Monday ahead of policy decisions this week by Japan’s central bank and the Federal Reserve.

US consumer sentiment ticks down slightly, but most expect inflation to ease further

WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumers became slightly less optimistic about the economy this month, though they continue to expect inflation to cool further, a potential sign that price increases will keep slowing.

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Elderly retirees face big losses after Chinese trust goes bust, reflecting turbulent economy

CHENGDU, China (AP) — Some investors in a troubled trust fund in China are facing financial ruin under a government plan to return a fraction of their money, casualties of a slump in the property industry and a broader economic slowdown.

Japan's economy avoids recession by growing in last year's final quarter, according to revised data

TOKYO (AP) — Japan's economy managed to grow in the fourth quarter of last year, averting a recession, according to revised government data released Monday that had previously shown a contraction.

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Britain's governing Conservative Party hopes tax cuts can lift ailing election fortunes

LONDON (AP) — In the run-up to the U.K.'s general election that opinion polls show the governing Conservative Party losing, Treasury chief Jeremy Hunt will seek to regain the political initiative by announcing tax cuts Wednesday during his annual budget statement.

Stock market today: Japan's Nikkei tops 40,000, as investors await China political meeting

HONG KONG (AP) — Asian stocks were mostly higher Monday ahead of China’s top annual political gathering, while Japan’s benchmark surpassed the 40,000 level for the first time.

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Average long-term US mortgage rises to 6.94% after marking fourth-straight weekly increase

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The average long-term U.S. mortgage rate rose for the fourth consecutive week, another setback for prospective homebuyers just as the spring homebuying season gets going.

Stock market today: Asian shares are mixed after Wall Street slips lower and bitcoin bounces higher

BANGKOK (AP) — Shares were mixed in Asia on Thursday after a lackluster day on Wall Street, where selling of technology stocks pulled benchmarks lower.

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Stock market today: Asian shares mostly decline, while Tokyo again touches a record high

TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares mostly declined Monday, although Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei 225 index touched another record high in morning trading.

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Stock market today: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 surges to all time high, near 39,000

BANGKOK (AP) — Japan’s Nikkei 225 share benchmark surged Thursday to an all-time high, bypassing its previous record set in December 1989 on heavy buying by global investors.

Consumers sentiment rose slightly last month as growth improves, inflation falls

WASHINGTON (AP) — A measure of consumer sentiment ticked higher this month, after , underscoring that Americans are starting to feel better about the economy after several years of gloom.

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Stock market today: Asian shares track Wall Street's rebound

BANGKOK (AP) — Shares rose in Asia on Thursday after Wall Street stocks recovered much of their sharp losses from a day before.

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Israel's finance minister blasts Moody's downgrade of the the country's credit rating

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Israel's finance minister on Sunday slammed the decision by financial ratings agency Moody’s to downgrade Israel’s credit rating, saying the announcement is a “political manifesto” that “did not include serious economic claims.”

China, US hold economic talks as trade issues heat up on the campaign trail

BANGKOK (AP) — Chinese and U.S. officials have met in Beijing for talks on tough issues dividing the two largest economies, as trade and tariffs increasingly draw attention in the .

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Americans have saddled themselves with credit card debt. Now renters and the poor are falling behind

NEW YORK (AP) — While the U.S. economy is broadly healthy, pockets of Americans have run through their savings and run up their credit card balances after battling inflation for more than two years.

China pledges help for renters, among other moves to prop up its ailing property market

BANGKOK (AP) — China promised more help for renters as it rolls out a flurry of measures to prop up its ailing property market, while also promising to keep government spending at a “necessary intensity.”


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