The most important thing to understand about the Federal Reserve’s decision Wednesday is that it has decided to keep the monetary policy dial set to “stimulate.”
Eurozone economic sentiment rebounded in October,
recording it first advance in four months and rising to just above its long-term
average, data from the European Commission showed Thursday.
Gilts began the fourth quarter outperforming their Group of Seven peers as waning price pressures fuel bets that U.K. interest rates will remain at a record low into 2015.
German unemployment unexpectedly declined in October in a sign of companies’ confidence in the underlying strength of Europe’s largest economy.
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