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  1. EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil's real outperforms Latam peers
    Reuters | 09/27/21 10:54 AM EDT

    Central bank intervention saw Brazil's real outperform most Latin American currencies on Monday, while a near 4% jump for oil major Ecopetrol put the Colombian equity benchmark on course for its ...

  2. FOREX-U.S. dollar rises, lifted by higher Treasury yields
    Reuters | 09/27/21 10:14 AM EDT

    The U.S. dollar gained for a second straight session on Monday, bolstered by the rise in Treasury yields ahead of a slew of Federal Reserve speakers this week who could reinforce expectations of the ...

  3. Strong U.S. business spending on equipment seen underpinning GDP growth in Q3
    Reuters | 09/27/21 10:00 AM EDT

    * Core capital goods orders increase 0.5% in August. * Core capital goods shipments rise 0.7% * Durable goods orders surge 1.8%; unfilled orders up 1.0% By Lucia Mutikani. New orders and shipments of key U.S.-made capital goods increased solidly in August amid strong demand for computers and electronic products, keeping business spending on equipment on track for another quarter of robust growth.

  4. Bare Metal Cloud Demand in Telecommunication Industry to Increase at 23% CAGR through 2031
    PR Newswire | 09/27/21 10:00 AM EDT

    NEW YORK, Sept. 27, 2021 ?As per a newly published report by Fact.MR, the global bare metal cloud market?is poised to total US$ 12 Bn by the end of 2021. The market registered growth at a CAGR of 24% from 2016 to 2020.

  5. Two Fed officials depart amid scrutiny over investment trades
    Reuters | 09/27/21 09:54 AM EDT

    Two Federal Reserve officials who came under scrutiny for investment trades they made last year announced their retirements on Monday, in a controversy that has already sparked a planned review of the Fed's ethics rules.

  6. GLOBAL-MARKETS-Treasury yields, energy stocks rise as oil hits 3-year high
    Reuters | 09/27/21 09:52 AM EDT

    * Oil climbs on tight supply, strong demand. * Markets hope Beijing will contain Evergrande fallout. * U.S. stock indices mixed. * U.S. 10-year Treasury yield hits 1.5% * Bonds pressured by hawkish central banks, inflation. By Matt Scuffham and Sujata Rao.

  7. Fed's Evans sees taper close, expects rate hike in 2023
    Reuters | 09/27/21 09:35 AM EDT

    The U.S. economy will soon meet the Federal Reserve's bar for beginning to reduce its bond purchase program, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said on Monday, but it will be late 2023 before an interest rate hike is warranted.

  8. Two Fed officials depart amid scrutiny over investment trades
    Reuters | 09/27/21 09:30 AM EDT

    Two Federal Reserve officials who came under scrutiny for investment trades they made last year announced their retirements on Monday, in a controversy that has already sparked a planned review of the Fed's ethics rules.

  9. TREASURIES-U.S. 10-yr yield tops 1.5% level last seen in June
    Reuters | 09/27/21 09:29 AM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields resumed their march higher on Monday, with 10-year yields hitting their highest level in three months on solid economic data and signals the Federal Reserve is shifting towards ...

  10. Durable Goods Orders Rise Sharply in August Despite Continued Supply Constraints
    | 09/27/21 09:08 AM EDT

    Orders for appliances, computers, cars and other durable goods increased in August, though factory operators continued to confront parts and labor shortages as well as higher material costs. New orders for products meant to last at least three years increased 1.8% to a seasonally adjusted $263.5 billion in August as compared with July, the Commerce Department said Monday, marking the biggest increase since May. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal had forecast a 0.6%...

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