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Here are the signals that economists are watching to gauge labor-market momentum on.wsj.com/39vzA74
A New York Fed model predicts a 0.6% contraction for this year and a 0.5% downturn in 2023, with inflation remaining very elevated this year before waning next year on.wsj.com/3y2YEvP
Glynn’s Take: RBA Retaking Control of the Policy Narrative on.wsj.com/3A0qCK7
Fed report says interest rates are well below what academic formulas suggest on.wsj.com/3tFf5vK
Russia is squeezing the supply of natural gas to Europe’s biggest economies, raising concerns of a fuel shortage this winter on.wsj.com/3xW8m2R
Manufacturing output dropped 0.1% last month, marking the first decline since January on.wsj.com/3N1schm
Kansas City Fed Chief Esther George said she voted against the central bank’s supersize rate rise this week because large moves in policy can unsettle businesses. on.wsj.com/3O39uYc
Bank of Japan Maintains Ultralow Interest Rates on.wsj.com/3O76J8b
Fed Reports Point to Businesses Expecting Higher Inflation on.wsj.com/3Oowq3X
What Is a Recession and Are We in One Now? on.wsj.com/3b5bwYZ
Unusually specific interest rate guidance provided by Federal Reserve officials crashed into ugly May consumer inflation data released on Friday on.wsj.com/3MY5Dua
The highest interest-rate increase in decades comes as the Federal Reserve raises its inflation forecast and signals higher rates through 2022 on.wsj.com/3NZNtt5
Taiwan Central Bank Raises Rates by 0.125 Percentage Point on.wsj.com/3xtU5sJ
The average rate on a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage rose to 5.78%, well above the 3.11% recorded near the start of the year on.wsj.com/3tHkMcy
Capital Account: In reversal from recent decades, the Federal Reserve would rather risk recession than higher inflation on.wsj.com/3O18q6Y
Initial jobless claims decreased to 229,000 last week as employers continued to avoid layoffs in a still-tight labor market on.wsj.com/3tE0gtd
The Bank of England raised interest rates by a quarter percentage point, tightening policy more cautiously than the Fed as the U.K.’s economy falters on.wsj.com/3mVEM7r
‘Over coming months, we will be looking for compelling evidence that inflation is moving down, consistent with inflation returning to 2%. We anticipate that ongoing rate increases will be appropriate,’ Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday. on.wsj.com/3OdKjlm
Live Updates: Fed's Powell Says Another 0.75 Percentage Point Hike Is Possible in July on.wsj.com/3MUtXgk
Watch Live: Federal Reserve News Conference. on.wsj.com/3QBkIVF
Fed Meeting Live Updates: Officials Agreed to a 0.75-Percentage-Point Rate Rise on.wsj.com/3NXGdxR
The Federal Reserve lifted interest rates by 0.75 percentage point, the biggest increase since 1994, and signaled a more aggressive rate-rise path on.wsj.com/3aWA5r3
Live Coverage: Rapid Shift in Interest Rate Expectations Could Upend FOMC Voting Unanimity on.wsj.com/3tDM9UO
Live Coverage: Central Bank Estimates Second Quarter Growth at 0% on.wsj.com/3HrmowC
Live Coverage: Anticipated Rate Increase Pulls Down Investors’ Inflation Expectations on.wsj.com/3NWsh7v
Former New York Fed President William Dudley and former Fed senior adviser Ellen Meade discuss rate policy at the WSJ CFO Network Summit on.wsj.com/39of9Ja
Live coverage: Goldman says its inflation gauge could alarm the Fed; Italian bond yields fall as ECB holds emergency meeting; retail sales data shows inflation is stinging consumers on.wsj.com/3xTw2oB
Economists have thus far devoted remarkably little attention to how their theories and models got inflation so wrong, Greg Ip writes on.wsj.com/3HqZGob
“Brace yourself.” Bank executives predict economic turmoil ahead, but differ on how severe it might become. on.wsj.com/3aXWbcP
Live coverage: U.S. stock futures rose and government bonds steadied as investors await the Fed’s interest-rate decision. on.wsj.com/3mS4BW2
European Central Bank policy makers will gather Wednesday for an emergency meeting to discuss turbulence in the region’s bond markets on.wsj.com/3tDCygy
Many investors fear that tighter monetary policy by the Fed would intensify the squeeze on the stock market on.wsj.com/3xOkaUU
Yield Curve Spreads Send Mixed Recession Signal on.wsj.com/3aVSBQs
The producer-price index rose a seasonally adjusted 0.8% in May from the prior month, up from a 0.4% monthly gain in April on.wsj.com/3Hjz4Wl
Live Updates: Wall Street Slips Ahead of Fed's Next Interest-Rate Decision on.wsj.com/3NWX5VB
Glynn’s Take: RBA Gearing Up for a Run of Blockbuster Rate Hikes on.wsj.com/3xPg2E4
‘The only argument against a 75 basis point hike is that the Fed hates surprising the market and deviating from guidance,’ economists at Jefferies wrote in a research note on.wsj.com/3xPkVgv
The UK’s economy contracted again in April, as surging inflation weakened consumer spending and programs to contain Covid-19 were wound down on.wsj.com/39lW2Qa
Bank of Japan Makes Biggest Fixed-Rate JGB Purchases in Four Years Amid Rising Bond Yields on.wsj.com/3mKzrj2
Fedspeak Cheat Sheet: What Fed Officials Said Before Their June Meeting on.wsj.com/3txRMnr
A string of troubling inflation reports is likely to lead Federal Reserve officials to consider surprising markets with a larger-than-expected interest rate increase at their meeting this week on.wsj.com/3tyEwix
Brazil’s central bank raised its benchmark lending rate ahead of the tightening cycles of many other central banks, and now the effects of those increases are finally starting to be felt on.wsj.com/3tCbaj5
Fed policy makers are redefining what a “soft landing” would entail on.wsj.com/39idchv
Inflation is (mostly) set to drive up the costs of your summer fun—from airfare to seafood to propane on.wsj.com/3xL1chX
Where did officials go wrong on inflation? They applied an old playbook to a new crisis. “We fought the last war.” on.wsj.com/3mFiGWG
The public’s expected path of inflation over the short run jumped in May, according to a report Monday from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. on.wsj.com/3mJe55G
A look ahead to expected economic news this week, including policy decisions from the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England on.wsj.com/3zFdvhf
As the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting approaches, its inflation-fighting strategy is complicated by sizzling prices on.wsj.com/3MNUCvp
Consumer inflation in China remained low in May, with prices up 2.1% from a year earlier, matching April’s rate on.wsj.com/3myIIuH
The Treasury Department also reported progress in talks with Vietnam and Taiwan over their foreign-exchange policies on.wsj.com/3aNf0Q3
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