Sep 21 2017
Excluding food and energy, 12-month core CPI held steady at 1.7 percent, the same increase seen every month since May.
Microsoft shares ended down 0.2 per cent, while Alphabet was off 0.6 per cent, with both stocks seeing a pickup in volume late in the day.
However, Carney also said that interest rates are likely to rise "over the coming months", reiterating what was said at the BoE's most recent policy meeting and had already pushed the pound broadly higher.
The Philippine Stock Exchange index, the 30-company benchmark, jumped 113 points, or 1.4 percent, to close at 8,294.14 Monday.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 45.56 points, or 0.2 percent, to 22,376.91, the S&P 500 gained 3.12 points, or 0.12 percent, to 2,506.99 and the Nasdaq Composite added 7.22 points, or 0.11 percent, to 6,461.86.
Canada's benchmark stock index posted its highest closed in almost six weeks on Monday, led by gains for its heavyweight energy sector, while financials and industrials also gained ground.
While not expected to lift interest rates, remarks from the bank and its boss Janet Yellen will be pored over for clues about future moves and its plans to wind down its vast stimulus programme put in place during the financial crisis.
GM Faces Strike Deadline in Canada
The company has two plants in Mexico making small SUVs including the Equinox, weakening the union's bargaining position. As the clock ticked closer to the deadline, Unifor Local 88 and General Motors said they were making progress.
Jennifer Garner cries over 'Hamilton' after dental anesthesia
While there are not that many people that beat classic internet video , but Jennifer Garner's recent #TBT comes damn close. The actress shared in the caption that she was delirious from laughing gas and novocaine after a dentist visit.
Still a chance for Jose to get close to the US
As Tropical Storm Jose moves northwestward, north of the Bahamas, two disturbances are drifting westward in the eastern Atlantic. Below are the latest forecasts for Jose. "Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 115 miles [185 km] from the center".
"In the short run financials will benefit", said Chad Morganlander, portfolio manager at Washington Crossing Advisors, if the Fed action pushes long-term rates higher relative to short-term rates.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is considering calling a poll for as early as next month to take advantage of his improved approval ratings and disarray in the main opposition party, according to government and ruling party sources.
South Korean shares dipped 0.1 percent, against a backdrop of caution ahead of the Fed meeting as well as continuing tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Gold traders and analysts surveyed by Bloomberg turned bearish for the first time in 13 weeks as dollar recovers and US stocks reached record highs.
How the Fed will respond will be closely watched by market participants.
CPI rose 0.4 percent last month, and the index for the latest 12 months accelerated to 1.9 percent. The oil refineries in the Gulf of Mexico are restoring their activities after Harvey and Irma hit the hurricanes in the last few weeks.
USA crude futures CLc1 were down 54 cents at $49.35, while Brent crude futures LCOc1 were 65 cents lower at $54.97. The S&P 500 traded above a record level of 2,500 and set a new high for its second day in a row, while the Dow settled at a record for the fifth day. Brent crude slipped 0.1 percent to $55.42, not far from an nearly five-month high of $55.99 marked on Thursday.
Sep 21 2017
Applause, criticism greet leak of Zinke's monument recommendations
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Sep 21 2017
Taco Bell to get rid of drive-thru, add booze
For New York, specifically, the chain plans to open 50 locations in Manhattan - where there are only six restaurants now. The cantinas' smaller scale and hipper atmosphere highlight that the chain "isn't afraid to try new things", Grams said.
Sep 20 2017
Mexico City rocked by massive natural disaster
At a nearby market, a worker in a hardhat walked around the outside warning people not to smoke as a smell of gas filled the air. While people in the United States have dealt with hurricanes, people in Mexico just got rocked by a 7.1 natural disaster .
Sep 20 2017
Violence erupts at Georgia Tech after campus police kill Scout Schultz
Losing a student, friend, colleague, and campus leader is one of the most hard experiences that any of us will have to face. But Chris Stewart, a lawyer for the family, said Schultz was carrying a small utility tool and the blade wasn't out.
Sep 19 2017
Trudeau warns Boeing over trade dispute
Mrs May's one-day visit to Canada is focused on trade and the dispute over aircraft manufacturer Bombardier. "That's not the way the world should operate".
Sep 18 2017
West Indies deny England again in one-off T20 in Durham
We kind of gave it an ultimatum... we got the outfield roped and we were in agreement that if it continued to be unsafe or if anything dramatic or drastic happened we'd call it quits.
Sep 18 2017
Here's What Trump And Clinton Voters Watch
The tweets come after a week in which Clinton has released her memoir and North Korea launched a ballistic missile over Japan. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said later that day that Clinton was pushing "false narratives" in the book.
Sep 17 2017
Jesse Lingard: 'Facing Everton will not faze Romelu Lukaku'
In the box he's really risky , he's fast, he's strong. "If we defend like we have the last few games, maybe it's his afternoon". Everton are coming off three straight losses across all competitions, and have not scored a single goal during that streak.
Sep 17 2017
'Narcos' Location Manager Killed In Mexico, Vehicle Sprayed With Bullets
It's now unclear if Portal's death will affect production or whether the murder will move production back to Columbia. A producer for the Netflix crime drama Narcos has been shot dead in central Mexico while looking for new locations.
Sep 15 2017
IEA Sees Oil Market Moving Back Into Balance
The Paris-based IEA's monthly report noted that the US reliance on the Gulf Coast makes it vulnerable to events like Harvey. USA crude settled up $1.07, or 2. 2 percent , to $49.30 per barrel and Brent crude was up 89 cents to $55.16 a barrel.
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Sep 15 2017Russian submarines fire seven cruise missiles at Isis militants
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Sep 14 2017Erdogan dismisses North Atlantic Treaty Organisation concerns overs Russian Federation defence system deal