German finance minister sees signs ECB will raise rates
Howard Schneider and Mary Beth Sheridan President Obama voices concern about government crackdown that has left more than 1,000 dead. Two Koreas say theyll hold family reunions for first time in 3 years Chico Harlan In the latest sign of a thaw, North and South agree to meet-ups for some of those separated by war. Schaeuble was quoted as telling Germanys Handelsblatt daily that the prospect of further aid is being held out on condition that Greece fulfills its obligations and in the expectation that this will be about far smaller sums than to date, because Greece will then already have a primary surplus. He said he cant name any specific figures or measures and that decisions will have to be made next year, but again rejected the idea of a second debt writedown for Greece following a massive debt restructuring deal agreed with private sector bondholders last year. Asked where the money for a further Greek aid package would come from, Schaeuble said that hasnt been decided but noted that the eurozones rescue fund, the European Stability Mechanism, is far from exhausted. Germanys opposition has seized on Schaeubles comments about Greece to attack the governments credibility ahead of Sept. 22 elections.
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That cannot last forever – even if it is a relief to the federal budget,” he said. “The central bank has announced it will raise rates again when the economy improves. That is good.” ECB chief Mario Draghi actually said after the last meeting on rates on August 1 that rates will remain low for some time. The ECB has based this ‘forward guidance’ on the inflation outlook remaining subdued, and growth weak.
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I still have a strong desire to purchase books, often as fast (or faster) than I can read them. Sure, Im more efficient at buying them than I used to be as I utilize more used book services, Kindle Daily Deals, and so on, but I still spend more money on books than I should and I often give into book impulse buys. When I go grocery shopping, I do a good job of sticking to my list when I shop by myself, but when my children are with me, its a lot harder. Its not because they ask for things or put stuff in the cart, but because my focus is diverted. I end up making less-than-perfect shopping choices andI know that I am.
It brings under one roof, public, private and people sector stakeholders engaged in seeking solutions to poverty housing issues. “Our Forum has gained considerable traction over the years. Like a ‘Davos of poverty housing’, it is an incubator for leading minds to offer creative solutions to address housing issues in Asia-Pacific. One in eight still lives in a slum in the region; so there is tremendous scope for collaboration between governments, businesses and civil society to improve the situation,” said Rick Hathaway, Vice President for Asia-Pacific, Habitat for Humanity International. He added: “The traditional approach to tackling poverty housing by simply building more homes is one dimensional and limiting.
Finance is the Biggest Sector Once Again – Real Time Insight
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But excluding Finance, total earnings for the rest of the S&P 500 companies would be down -2.8%. So why were earnings in the Finance sector so hot? These two charts will tell you pretty much everything you need to know: (Improving credit quality is a good thing, but as a bank, I’d rather have strong loan growth and net interest margin expansion boosting my bottom line than simply taking a lower provision for loan losses… but I digress.) Mr. Mian also points out in his article that the Finance sector has reclaimed its leadership role in the S&P 500, as it now contributes a higher percentage of earnings than any other sector for the first time since the financial crisis.