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Inflation and Deflation

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  • Bank of Korea holds rates steady, cut seen in early 2015

    South Korea's central bank governor flagged downward revisions to forecasts for inflation and economic growth, raising expectations of an imminent interest rate cut after the bank opted to hold the policy rate steady on Thursday. Governor Lee Ju-yeol...
  • Japan machinery orders tumble in another blow to economy and PM Abe

    Recession-hit Japan suffered a fresh blow on Thursday as data showed a key gauge of capital spending tumbled in October - a worrying sign for its recovery given that business investment was a big drag on the economy in the third quarter. The machinery...
  • French core inflation turns negative, points to deflation risk

    French core inflation turned negative in November, with the first drop in the indicator since records started in 1990 pointing to a growing risk of deflation in the euro zone's second-largest economy. That risk has become a major headache for France...
  • Janus's Gross says no bear market in bonds on slow-moving Fed: webcast

    Bill Gross, the closely watched bond investor, on Wednesday said the Federal Reserve will most likely begin raising U.S. interest rates in the middle of 2015 but fixed-income securities will not be hurt as much as people anticipate. "I don't forecast a...
  • Philippine central bank to put rate rises on pause as growth slows

    The Philippine central bank looks set to leave interest rates on hold for a second straight meeting on Thursday, and possibly well into next year, due to slower growth and falling prices. All 12 analysts polled by Reuters said the central bank would keep...
  • Japan wholesale prices show first fall in nearly two years

    Japan's wholesale prices marked their first annual fall in nearly two years in November due largely to slumping oil prices, data showed on Wednesday, complicating the central bank's task of meeting an ambitious inflation target. The corporate goods price...
  • UK pay growth may be at turning point: Bank of England's McCafferty

    A Bank of England rate-setter said on Wednesday that a long run of weak wage growth in Britain might be at a turning point, strengthening the case for higher interest rates now. Ian McCafferty, one of two BoE policymakers who have voted for higher...
  • BoE's Carney says rates will rise despite inflation dip

    British interest rates will have to rise despite an expected dip in inflation but the exact timing of the hike is uncertain and any moves are likely to be gradual, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said in an interview published on Wednesday. Carney,...
  • Study costs, restrictions carefully before buying long-term care insurance

    Mackey McNeill, a CPA and personal financial specialist in Bellevue, Ky., talks with clients in their 50s and early 60s about protecting their retirement savings from potential long-term-care expenses--which currently average more than $85,000 a year...
  • RBI finds falling inflation a hard sell for Indian consumers

    Waiting for the right moment to cut interest rates, India's central bank faces a problem over public perceptions that price rises will return to double-digits even though forecasts show retail inflation fell to a record low of 4.5 percent last month....
  • China's falling inflation raises prospect of faster easing

    China's inflation hit a five-year low in November, stoking expectations that Beijing will move more aggressively to head off the risk of deflation in a slowing economy, which put fresh life into soaring share markets after a reversal on Tuesday. Consumer...