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Wall Street waters choppy amid negative macro 'tsunami'

* U.S. stocks decline, following Europe and Asia * VIX fear gauge jumps 6% * Dollar strong after Sterling slump * Gold, oil down in choppy trading By Lawrence Delevingne Sept 26 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks and oil prices declined in choppy trading on Monday, while the dollar and Treasury yields pushed higher, as Wall Street digested a raft of mixed macroeconomic news.
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Australian shares set to edge higher, NZ falls

Sept 27 (Reuters) - Australian shares are likely to snap a three-day losing streak on Tuesday, as investors look set to take a breather after a steep selloff that was spurred by prospects of increasing interest rates and worries of recession in the United States. The local share price index futures YAPcm1 rose 0.3%, a 13.6-point premium to the underlying S&P/ASX 200 index .AXJO close.
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Wall Street waters choppy amid negative macro 'tsunami'

* U.S. stocks decline, following Europe and Asia * VIX fear gauge jumps 6% * Dollar strong after Sterling slump * Gold, oil down in choppy trading By Lawrence Delevingne Sept 26 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks and oil prices declined in choppy trading on Monday, while the dollar and Treasury yields pushed higher, as Wall Street digested a raft of mixed macroeconomic news.
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RBNZ's Orr says tightening cycle mature but still a little more to do

By Lucy Craymer WELLINGTON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - New Zealand Central Bank Governor Adrian Orr on Tuesday said the central bank still had some work to do but the tightening cycle was already very mature. "We still have some work to do but the good news is because we've done so much already the tightening cycle is very mature, it's well advanced," Orr said at the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Alternative Economic Strategy Launch in Wellington.

S.Korean inflation expectations fall for a second month in Sept

SEOUL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - South Korean consumers' inflation expectations fell in September for a second month after six months of rises, although the decline was small, a central bank survey showed on Tuesday The Bank of Korea said in a statement respondents to the survey gave a median answer of 4.2% when asked about their expectations for consumer inflation for the coming 12-month period, down from 4.3% in August, when the rate fell from 4.7% in July.

Iraq oil minister: OPEC monitoring oil prices, seeks market balance

Sept 26 (Reuters) - Iraq Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul Jabbar on Monday said the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and allies including Russia, known as OPEC+, are monitoring the oil price situation, wanting to have a balance in the markets. "We don't want a sharp increase in oil prices or a collapse," he said in a televised interview on state TV.
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Wall Street ends lower, Dow confirms bear market

(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click or type LIVE/ in a news window) * Fed rate hikes have investors 'throwing in the towel' * Casinos jump as Macau allows tour groups after nearly 3 years * Indexes: Dow -1.11%, S&P 500 -1.03%, Nasdaq -0.60% By Noel Randewich Sept 26 (Reuters) - Wall Street slid deeper into a bear market on Monday, with the S&P 500 and Dow closing lower as investors fretted that the Federal Reserve's aggressive campaign against inflation could t
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Buoyant dollar weighs on Latam FX; stocks sink

* FX, stocks falls to lowest level in over 7 weeks * Czech national bank expected to hold interest rates * Mexico likely to raise key interest rate - poll (Updates prices, comments) By Bansari Mayur Kamdar and Amruta Khandekar Sept 26 (Reuters) - The Brazilian real led a sharp drop in Latin American currencies on Monday as traders flocked to the safe-haven U.S.
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Nord Stream pressure drop shows situation is tense - German regulator

FRANKFURT, Sept 26 (Reuters) - A pressure drop on both the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines disclosed on Monday underpin Germany's assessment that the situation is tense, the president of the country's network regulator Klaus Mueller said on Twitter. Reporting by Christoph Steitz; editing by Matthias Williamsa
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The Dow is in a bear market. What does that mean?

Sept 26 (Reuters) - The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the oldest of Wall Street's three main stock indexes, dropped 1.1% on Monday, extending the decline from its January peak to more than 20%, meeting a common definition for a bear market. Worries that the Federal Reserve's war against decades-high inflation is pushing the U.S. economy into a downturn have sent the U.S.
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Wall Street ends lower, sinks deeper into bear market

(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click or type LIVE/ in a news window) * Fed rate hikes have investors 'throwing in the towel' * Casinos jump as Macau allows tour groups after nearly 3 years (New throughout, updates prices and market activity to close) By Noel Randewich and Shreyashi Sanyal Sept 26 (Reuters) - Wall Street slid deeper into bear market territory on Monday, with the S&P 500 and Dow closing lower as investors fretted that the Federal Reserve's aggress
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Iraq oil minister: OPEC monitoring oil prices, seeking market balance

Sept 26 (Reuters) - Iraq Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul Jabbar on Monday said OPEC and OPEC+ are monitoring the oil price situation, wanting a balance in the markets. "We don't want a sharp increase in prices," he said in a televised interview on state TV. "We entered a challenging period. Global factors led to lower oil prices, most importantly lower growth and higher inflation rates," Abdul Jabbar said.

C$ hits weakest level since May 2020 as bond yields surge

* Canadian dollar weakens 1.1% against greenback * Touches weakest level in more than two years at 1.3808 * Flash estimate shows wholesale trade up 0.8% in August * Canadian 10-year yield rises 14 basis points By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar tumbled to its lowest level in more than two years against its broadly stronger U.S.
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Trudeau to survey Fiona damage as residents battle blackouts

By John Morris PORT AUX BASQUES, Newfoundland, Sept 26 (Reuters) - P rime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to visit Canada's storm-ravaged eastern provinces as soon as this week, as thousands of residents were still without power more than two days after storm Fiona swept homes into the sea and left at least one person dead. Fiona was one of the worst storms to hit Canada, and government officials have said it could take months before infrastructure could be fully restored.

Ukraine urges EU to help make emergency food routes permanent

By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Ukraine on Monday urged the European Union to support its plans to make the emergency paths for grain exports through the bloc permanent, with investment in at least five border terminals and a pipeline through which sunflower oil would flow. Ukraine's agriculture minister Mykola Solsky told EU counterparts and the European Commission his country needed financial support to reduce its reliance on Black Sea exports that Russia had blocked and cou

Swiss National Bank's Maechler determined to bring down inflation

ZURICH, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The Swiss National Bank will do "everything" to reduce inflation, governing board member Andrea Maechler said on Monday, saying last week's rate hike was intended to signal the central bank's determination to fight price increases in Switzerland. "We have tightened monetary policy and raised interest rates to send a clear signal that we will do everything to bring down inflation over time," Maechler told broadcaster SRF in an interview to be shown later on Monday.
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Sterling hits all-time low versus broadly stronger dollar

By John McCrank NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The British pound dropped to an all-time low against the dollar on Monday as investors worried Britain's new economic plan will hurt the country's finances, while the Bank of England said it was watching financial markets "very closely" following sharp moves in asset prices. The dollar, helped by sterling's decline and a fresh 20-year low for the euro, hit a two-decade high against a basket of six peer currencies.
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U.S. yields hit fresh highs as rate hike concerns grip markets

By Davide Barbuscia NEW YORK, Sept 26 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury yields hit fresh highs on Monday, rising in tandem with euro zone and British government debt yields amid concerns that central banks globally will keep tightening monetary policy to curb stubbornly high inflation. Global bond yields - which move inversely to prices - kept climbing after a week that saw the Federal Reserve deliver its third straight 75 basis point rate hike and the British pound slide to a 37-year low against the do

Fed officials stare down market volatility, say inflation remains paramount focus

By Howard Schneider and Lindsay Dunsmuir WASHINGTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - U.S. Federal Reserve officials on Monday sloughed off rising volatility in global markets, from slumping U.S. stocks to currency turbulence abroad, and said their priority remained controlling domestic inflation. Asked at a Washington Post event whether he felt U.S. investors had taken an overly optimistic view of Fed policy until a recent sharp sell-off begin, Atlanta Fed president Raphael Bostic said that was beside the p

Brazil does not need to fear recession abroad, strong dollar, says Guedes

Sept 26 (Reuters) - Brazilian Economy Minister Paulo Guedes said on Monday that the country need not to fear recession abroad or a stronger dollar, arguing that Latin America's largest economy has its own growth dynamics. Speaking to businesspeople at an event in the state of Bahia, he stressed that the country has continental dimensions, is in good fiscal shape and heading towards what may be a 3% expansion this year.

RBNZ Orr says tightening cycle mature but still a little bit more to do

By Lucy Craymer WELLINGTON, Sept 27 (Reuters) - New Zealand Central Bank Governor Adrian Orr on Tuesday said that the central bank still had some work to do but the tightening cycle was already very mature. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) last month delivered its seventh straight interest rate hike, taking the benchmark rate to 3.0%. Reporti



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